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BIOS security: The next frontier for endpoint protection

Today’s threats upend traditional security measures

How to stop breaches at BIOS level - whitepaper from Dell
whitepaper

When the CPU of any computer is booted, it communicates with an internal firmware chip called the BIOS (basic input/output system). The BIOS is considered one of the most valuable parts of a computing system because of its crucial role to the overall operating system and for cyber criminals has emerged as a new and unique avenue for attack. 

This whitepaper presents findings from a study of over 300 IT, security, risk and compliance decision makers to evaluate the needs of companies managing breaches to their hardware

Download it now to discover how cyber criminals are breaching security at BIOS level, and what you can do to stop them.

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