USB Disk Security is used to protect USB disk drives from malicious lock usb programs that threaten to destroy or corrupt data.
I do not think hardware nor software alone is the problem. In fact, I think the problem is riddled everywhere. Softwares have their problems (insecure codes and all that backdoor stuff), hardwares aren’t always that secure (mostly insecure), human processes can be rather complicated especially if usb lock you begin to scale processes into organisations and departments where each portion of an organisation may have their own policies or even on a national level. On the individual level, the effort to install and setup your secure environment is far more tedious (not just a little more tedious).
The UEFI specification has several possible key types, but X509 is the most useful to us, since it’s the easiest to generate with openssl (The platform key is required to be X509 anyway). Note that when the UEFI spec says protect usb key”, it doesn’t mean the same as an openssl key. In UEFI parlance, the key” or public key” means the public part (i.e. the X509 certificate); openssl uses the term key to mean the private key used to sign stuff with.