Trusted computing a shield against worst attacks?

Friday, 1 September 2006, 12:12 AM EST

Trusted computing proponents may have found their best argument yet for incorporating specialized security hardware into every computer system.

A report published this week by computer firmware developer Phoenix Technologies concluded that the risks posed by the most damaging digital attacks could be eliminated if companies adopted technology to identify users' computers on the network.

At SecurityFocus.

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