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Passwords, mobile devices, and security
Tuesday - 11/20/2012, 9:42pm EST
Wave Systems posits a simple solution to this question.
Steven Sprague is the company's CEO, and he joins host John Gilroy on today's show.
Wave Systems has been in business since 1988 and has a software system that works on the Trusted Platform Module. This is a hardware security chip that has been installed in over 600 million personal computers. If you use the offering from Wave Systems you can eliminate the need for passwords and still yield secure communication.
If you are looking at systems to protect desktop computers and mobile devices, you should do your due diligence and take a look at their EMBASSY trust server.