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Wednesday, May 18 • 3:00pm - 4:45pm
Device Guard: How To Implement and Stay Out Of The News FILLING

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Securing endpoints against the bad guys takes work.  As attacks become more lethal, the risks increase.  Endpoint security needs to be modernized in order to meet the challenges.  It's not easy, but organizations have to start somewhere and Device Guard in Windows 10 is the best place to get started.  Although #DeviceGuard is not trending on Twitter, it is truly game-changing technology in endpoint security.

The system management professional can play a significant role in this effort, as there is already familiarity with some of the desktop and management technologies Device Guard leverages, for example: Hyper-V, UEFI & Secure Boot, ConfigMgr, Group Policy.  Like these technologies, Device Guard requires the system management professional be willing to refine and improve existing processes, and incorporate new ones into their operational practices.  Device Guard will accelerate the transformation already taking place in IT where the system management professional is becoming a strategic partner in Enterprise Security.

In this session, learn what it takes to implement Device Guard and help your organization Stay out of the News!!

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Troy L. Martin

Technical Architect, 1E
Troy is a Technical Architect at 1E, which entails providing technical direction for 1E technologies, assuring their qualities in efficiently managing hardware, systems, users and other end points. Troy is well known in the Configuration Manager community as a speaker and subject... Read More →
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Bill Moore

Client Engineering, Dell, Inc.

Wednesday May 18, 2016 3:00pm - 4:45pm CDT
Minnetonka A Radisson Blu