Intel tackles notebook security

    Date06 Mar 2000
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Intel Corp. plans to announce this week a new security architecture designed to make stolen notebooks 'as useful as bricks.' The new preboot security method, which is based on IPAA ( Intel Protected Access Architecture), will integrate additional software and . . . Intel Corp. plans to announce this week a new security architecture designed to make stolen notebooks 'as useful as bricks.' The new preboot security method, which is based on IPAA ( Intel Protected Access Architecture), will integrate additional software and hardware components into laptops to provide an added level of protection, said officials at the Santa Clara, Calif., company.
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