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Hidden fortress: securing notebooks at the BIOS level

As mobile working is now a mainstream activity, this opens up a plethora of potential scenarios where corporate data can potentially be at risk. The computer BIOS, which is often overlooked, is where security should start. If it gets hacked or infected with malware, the fallout can be catastrophic, making it possible for the likes of keyloggers and network hijackers to fly under the radar of higher-level scans and protective measures.

Our latest whitepaper,'Hidden fortress: Securing notebooks at the BIOS level' examines:

  • The vulnerabilities associated with a compromised BIOS and nefarious techniques used by cyber criminals
  • The role BIOS can play in your business security posture
  • The benefits of a sophisticated approach to BIOS and security for a mobile work force

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