IBM announces CPU-level security architecture

Wednesday, 12 April 2006, 12:21 PM EST

Security is a tricky thing. We all want it (well, many of us want it), but we don't want the hassle of dealing with it. With the plethora of mobile devices available now and that number growing by the day, securing your data has become a key issue. IBM feels that it has the solution to some of those security concerns in its newly announced SecureBlue architecture, which is supposed to provide data protection to the masses in an easy-to-use package that could be added to anything from medical equipment to mobile phones.

At Ars Technica.

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