Corporate enterprise, government entities, healtcare and more are looking to add additional security to protect access to their network and business information. Intel® Identity Protection Technology on the latest PCs with Intel® Core® vPro™ processor can be combined with authentication security solutions to address the need of these business, government and heathcare entities. Intel® Identify Protection Technology (Intel® IPT) is meant to augment security features that allow for user identification and encryption by adding a hardware layer of protection.
In 2012, Intel launched the latest release of Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT), a hardware-based security token for One-Time Password (OTP) usage for security authentication solutions.
White Paper: Deeper Levels of Security with Intel® Identity Protection Technology
With the latest release in 2012 of Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT) introduced additional capabilities beyond the initial one-time password (OTP) solutions embedded in silicon and provided an extension of secure computing to a broader range of consumer, enterprise and business applications.
The new Intel IPT capabilities included:
(warning, really technical)
I have been working on this idea of peer-to-peer mesh networking for a while now and run into problems with OpenSSL. Just a little warning, this blog is for people who are a little crazy about cryptography and already know a bunch about OpenSSL & PKI. With this warning, let’s go ahead…