Isolation of Infected PCs and Remediation with Intel vPro Technology – Part 2 of 3

September 2nd, 2008 |
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This is the second in a series of three videos from IT@Intel, each featuring Omer Ben-Shalom, principal engineer with Intel’s Information Technology Group. In these videos Omer demonstrates how Intel vPro technology System Defense filtering can be integrated with Security Event Management systems to improve corporate response capabilities to virus outbreaks, while at the same time reducing the resources required and improving speed to response. This second video shows how a human operator can use these Intel vPro technology capabilities to quarantine an offending host which has been detected by the security event management system.


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