Apparently, this product is now embedded in a wide range of devices (ranging from Apple Inc. to Dell Computers and more). I do architect & advise end-point security efforts in my work (agnostic that I am - I do not recommend individual products), but certainly not an embedded product in BIOS or EFI. Could it be rightly called 'The Self-Healing Endpoint of Privacy'? Has a meme been created? You be the judge - Me?, I'm going back to paper and pencil, air-gapped (of course - dammit, air-gaps are no guaranty of secure platforms either...). What to do. Tip o' the Hat.
“On two occasions I have been asked by members of Parliament, "Pray, Mr. Babbage, if you put into the machine wrong figures, will the right answers come out?" I am not able rightly to apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that could provoke such a question.”
Excerpt From: “Security Sound Bites: Important Ideas About Security From Smart-Ass, Dumb-Ass, and Kick-Ass Quotations.” Roger Johnston.
Buffett’s Maxim: You should only use security hardware, software, and strategies you understand. Comment: This is analogous to Warren Buffett’s advice on how to invest, but it applies equally well to security. While it’s little more than common sense, this advice is routinely ignored by security managers. Compiled by Roger G. Johnston, Ph.D., CPP, Argonne National Laboratory