PGP unfazed by MS disk encryption

Wednesday, 26 April 2006, 4:51 PM EST

PGP says the whole disk encryption kit Microsoft will bundle with Vista is no threat to its position as the first port of call for forgetful laptop luggers. At its InfoSec press briefing, Microsoft was pushing its BitLocker software as peace of mind for firms wanting to sling old HDDs.

In contrast, PGP marketing manager Jamie Cowper reckons its encryption toolset should be an integral part of an ongoing security strategy.

At The Register.

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