The BBC has questioned whether Microsoft's publication of a post claiming that firmware attacks are on the rise is a red herring to distract from the issues the company is having with Microsoft Exchange Server.
Microsoft's new security chip, announced last week, will have an impact on hardware-only attacks, an American security professional says, adding that it could also assist in firmware security, but would result in added costs.
VENDOR NEWS: If we’re to rethink data’s potential, we must also rethink the systems used to store and process it, writes Seagate.
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