How trustable is software-based security? Can one truly rely solely on software alone to protect high value data? Or is there a solution to complement this scenario? Mi-Trust (Network Based Virtual Trusted Platform Module – NBvTPM) is an integrity measurement software for the client PC, cloud and server. It is a pre-built security layer inside the operating system. Ongoing Internet threats such as phishing, pharming and malware vulnerabilites can sneak into any IT system without the user’s or administrator’s knowledge. To address this concern, Mi-Trust protects systems by providing a secured computing environment to ensure the secure transfer of information. This technology utilises NBvTPM security software component based on TPM (Trusted Platform Module) microchip embedded into IT hardware that stores cryptographic keys.
Mi-Trust features are as follows:
Mi-Trust creates trustworthiness of a software environment. File and application hashing can be verified against a baseline. This is to monitor any unauthorised tampering of applications. Mi-Trust can be applied to create trusted environments in the following:
Mi-Trust can be applied in Government Services and Enterprise sectors.