|Latitude 5300||Latitude 5500||Latitude 7400|
|Latitude 5300 2-in-1||Latitude 5501||Latitude 7400 2-in-1|
|Latitude 5400||Latitude 7200 2-in-1|
|Latitude 5401||Latitude 7300||Precision 3540|
Secured-core PCsSecured-core PCs come enabled with the following default-on technologies.²
- Virtualization-based security (VBS) and Windows hypervisor code integrity (HVCI) service to create a secure, hardware-isolated environment that effectively isolates memory and critical components to prevent attacks and unauthorized access to critical parts of the operating system.
- Dynamic root of trust measurement (DRTM) to launch the system into a trusted state by transferring control from the CPU directly to the Windows hypervisor loader via a secured and measured handoff.
Dell’s Portfolio for Secured-core PCs
Dell Trusted Devices
Dell’s approach to securityDell Trusted Devices are the critical foundation to a modern workforce environment with invisible and seamless protection that begins at the hardware and BIOS and extends to apps and data so end users stay productive and IT stays confident. Modern security solutions for the Dell Trusted Device include the following:
- SafeBIOS: Gain visibility to hidden and lurking attacks with BIOS tamper alert through Dell off-host BIOS verification.
- SafeID: Dell secures end user credentials in a dedicated security chip, keeping them hidden from malware that looks for and steals credentials.
- SafeScreen: End users can work anywhere while keeping private information private with an integrated digital privacy screen.
- SafeData: Protect sensitive data on device to help meet compliance regulations, and secure information in the cloud giving end users the freedom to safely collaborate.
- SafeGuard and Response: Prevent unknown threats and respond quickly and efficiently to hidden attacks with the help of Secureworks security solutions.
2 Virtualization Based Security (VBS) and Hypervisor Enforced Code Integrity (HVCI) policies, when enabled, will decrease performance in some situations due to memory compartmentalization and encryption that occur using these features. VBS and HVCI are not enabled by default on all Dell devices.