The Entity Attestation Token (EAT)

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Authors Giridhar Mandyam  , Laurence Lundblade  , Miguel Ballesteros  , Jeremy O'Donoghue 
Last updated 2019-03-24
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An attestation format based on concise binary object representation (CBOR) is proposed that is suitable for inclusion in a CBOR Web Token (CWT), know as the Entity Attestation Token (EAT). The associated data can be used by a relying party to assess the security state of a remote device or module. Contributing TBD


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Laurence Lundblade (
Miguel Ballesteros (
Jeremy O'Donoghue (

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