Intel CEO promises transparency and "timely communications" in open letter to tech industry leaders

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has penned an open letter to the rest of the technology industry, addressing concerns over the two major CPU security flaws. Intel has been issuing cleverly-worded statements, and altering its guidance on performance issues related to security fixes, but the company now says its ready to be transparent. As we roll out software and firmware patches, we are learning a great deal, admits Krzanich. We know that impact on performance varies widely, based on the specific workload, platform configuration and mitigation technique. Intel is committing to providing updates for at least 90 percent of CPUs produced in the last five years by January 15th, and the rest by the end of January. Whether end users will get... Continue reading…

Intel CEO promises transparency and "timely communications" in open letter to tech industry leaders

Intel has managed to ruffle quite a few feathers after Google's Project Zero division recently disclosed several serious security vulnerabilities in Intel's CPUs. The vulnerabilities, ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from Techspot

Intel pledges transparency after Spectre, Meltdown vulnerability

The last week or so has seen a lot of activity around Meltdown and Spectre, two CPU flaws in modern chips from the likes of AMD and Intel. Apple, Microsoft and Google have provided ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from Engadget

Intel promises to be more transparent about Spectre CPU performance impacts

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has penned an open letter to the rest of the technology industry, addressing concerns over the two major CPU security flaws. Intel has been issuing cleverly-worded ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from The Verge

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