The Memory of Cars
An estimated 5% of the memory market goes into automobiles today and this is expected to grow to 10% within the next few years as cars use more and more electronic functions to provide greater safety, greater efficiency, driver assist capabilities, communication between vehicles and local networks and richer telemetric and entertainment functions. Today about…Read More
Bloomber Business Week – The Battle for Smart Car Data
In the July 18-24 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek, there is an article on the Battle for Smart Car Data. The article points out that McKinsey estimates that in-car data services and ride sharing could generate $1.5 Trillion annually by 2030. They also point out that there were 228M smartphones in use in the U.S. in 2015…Read More
SED SSDs in Toshiba’s 2016 Catalog
In their 2016 product catalog, Toshiba lists several client solid state drives (SSDs) that are self-encrypting under either the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Opal or Pyrite specifications generic lexapro. Sizes range from 60GB to 1TB. Want more details? Click here to visit the Toshiba site and look for the “Storage Products SSD/SSHD/HDD” catalog. You can…Read More
Sandisk X300 SSD
SanDisk Corporation announced the inaugural members of its broad ecosystem of independent software vendors (ISV) for security management around the newly announced SanDisk X300s SSD, the company’s first self-encrypting SSD based on TCG Opal 2.0 specifications. ISV partners including Absolute SecureDrive™, Check Point Full Disk Encryption, Microsoft BitLocker for Encrypted Hard Drive, Wave Systems EMBASSY® Security Center,…Read More
Lights, Camera, Legal Action?
by Simon Tidnam Imagine you’re driving through an intersection when another car slams into you. You’re stunned to hear the other driver claim they had right of way. It’s not going to be easy to prove who was at fault. Now imagine you have a video recording that shows exactly what happened. Wouldn’t that be…Read More
Welcome to the Un-Car
What’s the biggest news out of CES last week? Car companies are cool again. No, they didn’t reveal a vehicle that’s capable of time travel when it hits 88 mph. They didn’t need to. They unveiled cars smart enough to predict where you want to go, drive you there, and learn from the other vehicles…Read More
Should Microsoft Have the Keys to My Stuff?
The technology behind computer security is getting more and more sophisticated, but the purpose behind it remains reassuringly simple. It all comes down to access. Who can see your stuff? Who can’t see your stuff? Who makes the decision? These are straightforward questions and when a security concern arises, these are the ones we should…Read More