Hi Trevor.
Thanks. I will check it out.

Fyi. I found a couple references at scaprepo.com  tracing to Windows 2012.  

Eg. Oval:org.secpod.oval:def:38125. / cce-37631-9

However at first glance they did not appear to be very granular.

aside: l envisioned the following 'wag' acceptance strawman:

From: Trevor Vaughan
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 19:00
To: SCAP Security Guide
Reply To: SCAP Security Guide
Subject: Re: TPM posture inquiry

Hi Brent,

We're working on this right now in the SIMP project https://simp-project.com.

We will be providing a set of custom Facter facts to gather this information and report it back for automated configuration.



On Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 1:17 PM, Brent Kimberley <Brent.Kimberley@durham.ca> wrote:
Are there automated methods for assessing TPM posture?

For example - verify TPM is: enabled, activated, contains a unique EK (i.e. tpm_getpubek is not reflective of known compliance vector fragments.)

( I apologize in advance if this question is off topic or common knowledge.)

Best Regards,

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