kernel level security

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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Feb 06, 2013
Monitor memory operations in real time, and stop unknown, zero-day infections before they have a chance to do damage.
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rootkits, kernel-mode malware, malware signatures, operating system level heuristics, kernel-mode rootkits, user-mode rootkits, koutodoor, tdss, ssdt, hardware assisted security, hardware enhanced security, zero-day malware, zero-day rootkit, kernel layer security
    
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Feb 06, 2013
Today’s anti-malware solutions running as applications above the operating system are no match for the stealth techniques used by today’s malware developers. Hardware-assisted security products take advantage of a “deeper” security footprint.
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advanced persistent threats, apts, apt attacks, rootkits, zero-day stealth attacks, stealthy malware, hardware assisted security, hardware enhanced security, kernel level security
    
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Feb 06, 2013
It’s a critical time for security efforts to move beyond the traditional software operating stack and monitor operations from a new vantage point closer to, and within, the hardware level.
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rootkits, kernel-mode malware, malware signatures, operating system level heuristics, kernel-mode rootkits, user-mode rootkits, koutodoor, tdss, ssdt, hardware assisted security, hardware enhanced security, zero-day malware, zero-day rootkit, kernel layer security
    
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Published By: McAfee     Published Date: Feb 06, 2013
Prevent rootkits and other stealthy threats with integrated solutions from Intel and McAfee that deliver embedded security to protect beyond the operating system.
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stealthy threats, malware, stealth crimeware, rootkits, cybercrime, stuxnet, zeus, zero-day threats, kernel-mode rootkits, zeus botnets, kernel level security
    
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Published By: Red Hat     Published Date: Jan 21, 2011
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops can help your business reduce desktop-associated costs, improve data security, and simplify overall desktop infrastructure management. In this session, Jeff Jameson will explain the technology features and benefits of delivering centrally hosted Linux and Windows desktops to the client of your choosing, while providing a true PC-like experience to your end users. With incredibly rich, integrated features like bi-directional audio and video, and kernel-level security enforcement, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops provides a complete solution for your virtual desktop deployments.
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red hat virtual tradeshow, live event, enterprise virtualization, desktop infrastructure management, linux, windows desktop, security
    
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