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Samsung adds full disk encryption to solid state drives
Wave Systems and Samsung today announced new self-encrypting SSDs that automatically protect data as it is written to the drive and reverse this as information is retrieved. While this has already been adopted as a standard feature available in many commercial laptop and desktop systems with hard disk drives, Samsung says their hardware-based solution is an industry first for solid state drives and claims numerous advantages over similar setups using traditional platter hard drives.
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