SECURE BLUE is a type of computer hardware designed by
enables data encryption to be built into a microprocessor . It can be
added to existing processors, and encrypts and decrypts data as it
passes through them, without requiring any power from the processors
themselves. Possible uses of the technology are to protect data on
stolen devices and enforcement of
Digital Rights Management (DRM).
* ^ Evers, Joris (April 9, 2006). "
IBM bakes security into
processors". Retrieved November 17, 2013.