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Seagate bakes in security September 23, 2009

Posted by wastedspacer in Architecture, IT Security.
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Looks like Seagate has now standardized on producing drives with native encryption features baked in to their enterpise products – consumer products should be next! With this direction, other HD manufacturers should quickly follow suit.

This direction should make corporate/government encryption at rest standards a lot more achievable. An added bonus would be a reduced performance overhead caused by software such as Bitlocker.

Here’s the full article:

The Register Article

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