White Paper: Intel’s enterprise security framework allows systems to start, run, and stay secure through security features built into the hardware.
White Paper: Intel’s new enterprise security framework builds security into the hardware foundation and enhances the protection offered by software alone to allow systems to start secure, run secure, and stay secure.
IT@Intel connects IT professionals with their peers inside Intel, providing insight, best practices, and lessons learned on today’s technology issues.
IT@Intel connects IT professionals with their peers inside Intel, providing insight, best practices, and lessons learned on today’s top technology issues.
Read real IT case studies and business success stories from some of the world’s leading companies.
Read IT case studies and examples from some of the world’s leading companies about how Intel® technologies can help make your IT business more efficient, productive, and secure.
Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT) protects against software-based threats like virus and reset attacks. For resellers.
Protecting against software-based threats such as virus and reset attacks, Intel® TXT is a hardware-based solution that checks, validates, and helps secure key components within a server or PC at startup. For resellers.
Standard Instructions, January 2011 update: Intel® Advanced Encryption
Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard Instructions, January 2011 update.
Guide: a short test case on how to use Intel® AES-NI with Oracle Transparent Data Encryption* (TDE).
This guide outlines a short test case on how to use Intel® AES-NI with Oracle* Transparent Data Encryption (TDE). Intel AES New Instructions (AES-NI) was first introduced in March 2010 and are also on the Intel® Xeon® processor codenamed Westmere-EX.