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Security Overview – 360 Degree View of Security Strategies

Jim Henry, Intel’s Principle Enterprise Strategist, discusses all the security strategies you need to be aware of to protect your business

Deploying Encryption

Deploying Encryption

With the increase in mobile working and highly sensitive data being on various devices, encryption is foundational to protecting any business. It is a mature technology, and virtually transparent to the user, with Full Disk Encryption top of the list

Find out which encryption tactics work together for your business >

Automation of Patching

Automation of Patching

Implementing automated patching solutions lead to numerous benefits with resources, performance and reporting. It’s an IT best practice, improves your resistance to attack, and increases efficiencies through a reduction of manual intervention

Understand the basics of best practice automated patching >

Security for Private Clouds

Security for Private Clouds

 Build your private cloud infrastructure with a security strategy for multi-tenant shared services. In a trusted compute pool, protection is built around the ability to measure a systems launch environment to guard against any malicious tampering

Approach a multi-tenancy private cloud with your flanks covered >

 Device Security

 Device Security

There are four keys areas to consider when protecting devices. Identity protection and fraud deterrents. To guard against malware including root-kits. To secure the physical device and the data residing on them, and the right management framework.

 Pin point four key security areas you need to protect devices >

 BYOD Security Strategy

 BYOD Security Strategy

 ‘Protect to Enable’ by Intel is based on four corner stones. Firstly there’s a trust calculation to understand what access to grant. Secondly there are security zones for critical data. Thirdly balance controls then finally, user and data parameters

 Discover four corner stones that will help protect your data >