Trusted Platform Module woes

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Trusted Platform Module woes

Despite the ubiquity of the Trusted Platform Module, holdups exist and adoption remains slow. Among them are issues with interoperability, considering Apple, Google and Microsoft all use different standards.

In 2008, an unencrypted laptop went missing from the car of a worker at US health care system Barnabas Health. And, although fewer than 2000 records were exposed, the health care provider subsequently made self-encrypting drive (SED), a type of hardware-based encryption, a mandatory part of its ...

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