Mon, Oct 30 2006 17:49
Seagate bakes security into hard-disk drive
Hard-drive maker Seagate Technology on Monday provided more details
on encryption technology designed to make life tougher for computer
The Scotts Valley, Calif.-based company has developed full-disk encryption technology that can be built into hard-disk drives.
The new Seagate DriveTrust Technology automatically encrypts all the
data written to the disk, making it inaccessible to anyone who doesn't
have the correct password when the computer first boots up.
Story at news.com.com
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