Multifactor authentication is an important step in Digital Rights Management (DRM) and appears to be Sun's answer to Microsoft Corp's chip-based RDM story, Next Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB) recently backed by Disney.
What does NGSCB stand for?
NGSCB stands for Next Generation Secure Computing Base (Microsoft; fka Palladium)
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4 platforms --Flexibility for future interoperability with Microsoft Vista(R) and Microsoft Next Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB) --Ability to leverage TPM custom features About Winbond Winbond Electronics Corporation, a global company based in Hsinchu, Taiwan, is a leading supplier of semiconductor solutions worldwide.
Another threat to open source is technological - proposed systems like Microsoft Corp's next generation secure computing base, formerly Palladium.
BUSINESS WIRE)--May 7, 2003 Atmel(R) Corporation (Nasdaq:ATML) Atmel Corporation announced today its participation in the Next Generation Secure Computing Base (NGSCB) demonstration at WinHEC 2003 in New Orleans with a secure USB input solution.