March 29, 2015

Hard Drive Malware Hack Opens A Pandora's Box, But Storage Vendors Have Been Closed Off On The Implications

Todd Swank, senior director of product marketing at Minneapolis-based Equus Computer Systems, told CRN that customers have yet to ask about the malware. 

"Maybe people are now used to being spied on," Swank said. "It's creepy." 

The response to the malware will have to come from the hard drive manufacturers, Swank said. 

"For now, it's hard to see how the system and storage manufacturers could be at fault," he said. "But it's pretty crazy to think someone has been able to spy on us all this time."

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