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Today’s IT threats are more advanced. Today’s users are more advanced. As you find yourself dealing with rootkit attacks, coordinated security breaches, and user demands of increased mobility and seamless connectivity from a variety of new devices, you’ve certainly realized that relying on old methods of IT security isn’t going to stand up to these new levels of complexity.
That’s why traditional, software-based security needs to be fortified with hardware-based solutions that can protect across a variety of operating systems and devices.
Ed Metcalf, director of Product Marketing at McAfee, and Terry Cutler, Enterprise Solution Architect from Intel, talked about remote security management. Using McAfee ePO Deep Command* with Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) you can use the latest innovations in hardware-based security for:
• Working with remote security management tools
• Empowering your IT staff to remotely diagnose, isolate, and repair infected clients—regardless of their operational state
• Enhancing your security posture and helping to reduce security operations costs
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