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SafeGuard PrivateDisk

Encrypt every sector of your computer's hard drive securely and transparently.

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Sophos bids on Utimaco to strengthen endpoint security

The rules of security are changing, and with its bid to buy Utimaco, Sophos is just one company looking to round out its offerings.

By July 28, 2008


TCG spec to be foundation of storage encryption

Three new storage encryption standards were proposed by the Trusted Computing Group. Will they mean the end of software encryption?

By January 29, 2009


Looking ahead at security trends for 2009

The recession might slow innovation and business in many sectors, but information security will continue to be a dominant priority for tech companies in 2009.

By December 23, 2008


Apple to open up for the enterprise?

With its culture of secrecy, Apple seems to prefer one-off deals. But regardless of how it decides to encrypt iPhones, it will need to work with major management vendors.

By August 26, 2008


Sophos to offer $340 million takeover bid for German rival

The U.S. provider of Internet security software says it will offer a 92 percent premium for the shares of Utimaco Safeware AG.

By July 28, 2008


CNET News Daily Podcast: More DRM blues around digital music

More DRM blues around digital music. MobileMe: improving but still not perfect. Gauging the odds for the latest Google wannabe.

By July 28, 2008


McAfee overpaid big time for SafeBoot

The strategy to bundle SafeBoot's full-disk encryption into McAfee's PC security software is a sound one, but it's still hard to justify the $350 million sale price.

By October 9, 2007


Encrypting laptops is worth the money

IT security budgets remain tight. One major exception, however, is the willingness of companies to pay for full disk encryption for laptops.

By May 16, 2007


IBM laptop features fingerprint scanner

ThinkPad T42 is equipped with biometric device designed to limit access to sensitive data.

By October 4, 2004