USA Today reports that IBM has unveiled a new method of inserting encryption capabilities into the heart of a machine’s circuitry. However, unless the encryption function is performed by a computer’s CPU, a savvy hacker can tap into the machine’s brain and the separate encryption engine. To combat this, IBM has released “SecureBlue,” a set of encryption circuitry that can be integrated with any processor. IBM’s head security researcher, Charles Palmer, said “this thing is trying to be the most paranoid devices on the planet”…