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Secured-core PCs

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A select group of Dell commercial PCs are enabled with defined configurations that meet the Microsoft Secured-core PC requirements. These select configurations integrate hardware including security capabilities built into the latest Intel® Core™ vPro® processors, firmware and the Windows 10 and 11 operating systems with high security environments in mind, to enable a more secure boot process, protect from firmware vulnerabilities and shield the operating system from attacks.¹

Features

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Secured-core PCs

Secured-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.

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Device Availability

Microsoft announced Secured-core PC in October 2019.

Starting September 7, 2020, customers will be able to order recently released 2020 platforms as Secured-core PC configured devices by contacting your Dell representative. If you already ordered devices launched in 2020, those devices can be configured using the steps found here.

Dell’s Portfolio for Secured-core PCs

  • Latitude 9430
  • Latitude 9420
  • Latitude 7330
  • Latitude 7320 detachable
  • Latitude 7320
  • Latitude 5330
  • Latitude 5320

Dell Trusted Devices

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Dell Trusted Devices create a secure foundation to the modern IT environment with resilient layers of endpoint protection that harden the attack surface and protect, detect and respond to evolving threats above and below the operating system with:

  • SafeSuppy Chain - Rest assured that your device arrives in an untampered state with tamper evident seals and a NIST-level hard drive wipe. 
  • SafeBIOS - Gain visibility to hidden and lurking attacks with Dell’s exclusive off-host BIOS verification.
  • SafeID – Only Dell secures end user credentials in a dedicated security chip, keeping them hidden from malware that looks for and steals credentials.
  • SafeScreen and SafeShutter – End users can work anywhere while keeping private information private with an integrated digital privacy screen and sensor-enabled webcam.
  • 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, detect, respond and remediate when known/unknown threats and attacks surface with VMware Carbon Black, Secureworks and Dell Managed Detection and Response.

For more information, please contact your Dell Sales rep or visit www.delltechnologies.com/endpointsecurity

Secured-core PCs

Secured-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. The latest Intel vPro® platform offers built-in DRTM capabilities out of the box to help ensure the OS runs on legitimate hardware and provides hardware-to-software security visibility, enabling the OS to enforce a more complete security policy. With the latest Intel vPro platform, devices are better protected from firmware-level attacks, exceeding Microsoft’s requirements for enhanced hardware security.

1 Eligible Dell devices will be available starting in March 2020
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.To order a Dell Secured-core PC, please contact your local Dell Sales representatives for more details.

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