Chromebooks are about to get more secure with enhanced external peripheral protection

USB has come a long way since Apple made the I/O mainstream with its iMac in September 1998. The technology rapidly replaced a wide range of aging connectors on PCs and became the universal standard for wired data and power transfers. With USB4’s versatility opening the door to broad external PCI adoption, Google is working to protect your Chromebook from unauthorized access to your data.

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