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Project TNC@FHH

 

Endpoint security is one of today’s most important subjects in the area of IT Security. Several architectures focus on this subject, e.g. Cisco’s Network Admission Control (NAC), Microsoft’s Network Access Protection (NAP) and Trusted Computing Group’s Trusted Network Connect (TNC).


TNC@FHH Logo 

 

 Endpoint security is one of today’s most important subjects in the area of IT Security. Several architectures focus on this subject, e.g. Cisco’s Network Admission Control (NAC), Microsoft’s Network Access Protection (NAP) and Trusted Computing Group’s Trusted Network Connect (TNC). 

 
 The Trusted Network Connect Sub Group (TNC-SG) has defined and released an open architecture and a growing set of standards for endpoint integrity. The TNC architecture enables network operators to enforce policies regarding endpoint integrity at or after network connection. The standards ensure multi-vendor interoperability across a wide variety of endpoints, network technologies, and policies. It leverages and integrates with existing network access control mechanisms such as 802.1X or others. The ambition of the project is the implementation of TNC architecture or some of its subareas on the basis of open standards. TNC@FHH has its own internet page where you also can download the current versions of the implementation.  

 Zeitraum: 
 WS 06/07-SS07

 Projektstand: 
 begonnenes Projekt

 Projektdauer:  1 Semester

 Projektart: Projekt im Hauptstudium

 Projektleitung: 
 Prof. Dr. Josef von Helden ( Fakultät IV ) 

Master Thesis Martin Schmiedel (german)
      Martin Schmiedel: "Access Requestor and Policy Decision Point in TNC@FHH" / "Entwicklung einer Client-/Server-basierten Software für die Prüfung der Vertrauenswürdigkeit von Netzwerkkomponenten"

Overview of AR and PDP in TNC@FHH by Martin Schmiedel (english) 

More thesis’ and activities about TNC are intended.

The result of the work performed is a first experimental version of an operational TNC implementation called TNC@FHH.

 
Basic features: 

 

Summer School Oxford 2006

 For any questions, suggestions etc. please feel free to contact  tnc@inform.fh-hannover.de. 


Martin, Daniel and Josef took part in the “First European Summer School on Trusted Infrastructure Technologies” held at St. Catherine's College, Oxford, from 3rd to 8th September 2006. The aim was to bring together academics, researchers, and advanced students to spend a week together learning about current developments in Trusted Computing and related technologies, and to explore the surrounding research agenda. 
Here you’ll find the TNC presentation held by Josef during summer school: 

TNC FH-Hannover Summer School Oxford 2006 v12 

Pictures of First European Summer School on Trusted Infrastructure Technologies

Technology

TNC, 802.1x, EAP, RADIUS

Projekt Director

Prof. Dr. Josef von Helden

Students

Martin Schmiedel, M.Sc.
Daniel Wuttke, M.Sc.
Mike Steinmetz, B.Sc.
Ingo Bente, B.Sc.

Cooperation

TCG

Project status

work in progress




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