Given the slew of privacy regulations and publicly disclosed breaches, laptop encryption is now a must-have.
Seagate, McAfee and Dell advances in self-encrypting PC computers.
The company's new 3.5-inch terabyte drive that also offers full-disk encryption joins a growing number of encrypting drives from Hitachi, Fujitsu and Seagate, and likely more to come.
IT security budgets remain tight. One major exception, however, is the willingness of companies to pay for full disk encryption for laptops.
Cold boot attacks can expose any information stored in PC memory--including encryption keys. And With information security, never underestimate the bad guy's skills.
A look at market conditions tells you why it made sense for security widget maker SafeNet to buy Ingrian, and for Symantec to partner with GuardianEdge.
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Seagate releases a flood of new hard drives and products