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TPM Secures Wireless Access Points

by TCG in Action

Much has been made recently of unsecured certificates and passwords. The Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability, which left keys in the open and vulnerable to hackers, alone has created countless hours of work and coverage. And lost or stolen passwords and keys continue to be an issue.

Network Security

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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).

Authentication, News & Events

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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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