Extending PC Security While Easing IT Stress With VMware Carbon Black
Dell EMC News, June 18th, 2020
June 18, 2020,
Volume 267, Issue 3

As many of us settle into remote working routines, IT teams are settling into their new normal of servicing and securing a fleet of devices from afar

"With this new way of working comes expanded attack surfaces, making it critical that organizations ensure their workers' PCs are secure, and this starts below the operating system (OS).

Securing the lowest level of the PC stack - the BIOS - is vital to the overall security of the device, as well as your business, because a compromised BIOS can potentially provide an attacker with access to all data on the endpoint. Attackers are using new types of malware that can reinstall themselves by infiltrating the BIOS, so organizations need a more sophisticated way to not only protect their systems, but confidently verify their workers' PCs have not been compromised below the OS. They need tools which provide this level of security visibility for every device, regardless of its location..."

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