Storing Data In Insecure Times

Good post by Tom Coughlin (thank you)

The Trusted Computing Group (TCG) session at the RSA Conference in San Francisco brought together proponents of standardized security technology with interested technology developers and end users.  In the introductory talk by Dr. Joerg Borchert, President of the TCG, he pointed out that according to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse 536,508,478 records have been breached from unencrypted drives that were lost, stolen or hacked.  Today computer security is a key feature in protecting privacy since pervasive connectivity exposes every node in a modern network.

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