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Intel teams up with Symantec and Vasco to create hardware-based security system

Posted on Saturday, February 19 2011 @ 03:00:11 CET by

The Register reports Intel is cooperation with security companies Symantec and Vasco to develop a hardware-based one-time-password system to increase protection against fraudsters, phishers and identity thieves.
"The notion of username and password as security is ridiculous," Intel's Identity Protection Technology (IPT) marketeer Jennifer Gilburg told The Reg at a briefing on Wednesday in San Francisco.


"We've taken the notion of a one-time password that generates a dynamic code every 30 seconds and we've embedded it into the chipset," Gilburg says, "into the [manageability engine] of the 2nd Generation Intel Core and Core vPro. This is brand new technology; Intel is the first to do this."



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