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Toshiba Self-encryting Drives Get FIPS Certification

by TCG in Action

From Toshiba March 25, 2014: “...MQ01ABUxxxBW series, a mobile-grade thin 7mm hard disk drive (HDD) with self-encrypting technology, including Toshiba's unique wipe technology, which automatically erases data when an HDD is accessed by an unregistered system, has achieved validation to U.S. Federal Information Processing Standard 140-2 (FIPS 140-2).

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Avoiding Heartbleed

by TCG in Action

The newly-disclosed Heartbleed vulnerability  is particularly painful. Attackers can use a malformed heartbeat message to elicit a memory dump  from vulnerable servers (those running code based on OpenSSL 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f).

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SEDs Great for Business, Says Samsung

by TCG in Action

Since 2009, TCG has talked about the many benefits of SEDs, or self-encrypting drives.
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IF-MAP 2.2 - Learning from Experience

by Lisa Lorenzin, Juniper Networks

IF-MAP, the interface for a Metadata Access Point, is a standard client/server protocol for accessing a Metadata Access Point (MAP).

Network Security

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RSA Recap: Endpoint Compliance and Security Automation at TCG Association Session

by TCG in Action

Now that it’s a few weeks in the rearview mirror, we can start to think about all we saw and heard at RSA.

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