Inside IT: McAfee Drive Encryption at Intel

November 12th, 2013 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 62 – In this podcast we look at Intel’s deployment of McAfee Drive Encryption at Intel. A major component of security in an enterprise is securing the data on all those computers out there. In the case of Intel, that’s a tall order – around 100,000 users are deployed all over the globe. IT faces the challenge of tracking security measures on all those machines and making sure the data on the computers is safe. In this podcast we hear from Oded Bar-El, Lead Engineer for Client Data Protection for Intel IT, and Efi Kaufman, Client Security Product Manager at Intel IT. They discuss the deployment of McAfee Drive Encryption throughout the enterprise, and how it addresses the challenges of maintaining productivity and reliability while protecting data.

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