Seagate announces hardware FDE for laptop and desktop machines

Ali, Saqib docbook.xml at
Fri Oct 5 10:48:12 EDT 2007

> I think the really interesting question is what happens when you lose
> a FDE-ed hard drive.  Do you still need to publish the incident and
> contact potentially affected individuals?  If the answer is "no", I'm
> sure this technology will be quickly adopted, independently of its
> actual implementation.

California Senate Bill CA1386 provides a "Get Out of Jail Free" Card
if you are using "reasonable" means to protect the confidentiality of
data. However you still have to proof it


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