Endpoint Security at the Hardware Level

Yasser Rasheed, global director of business client security at Intel, talks about the four priorities that IT needs to keep in mind: identity protection, data protection, threat detection and prevention, and recovery from breaches. Yasser also explains how hardware-based protection makes it exponentially harder for the attackers to get in.

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