Ransomware, social engineering attacks and malicious insider activity continue to threaten businesses of every size. Cybercriminals are only growing more sophisticated in their techniques and ability to evade detection. And as more businesses adopt hybrid work models, IT teams have a wider perimeter to protect.

Everyday PCs are one of the most critical assets that organizations need to protect. That’s why secure mobility is at a the heart of the latest Samsung Galaxy Book2 series.

At large enterprises, 81 percent of business leaders told the World Economic Forum that an increased focus on digital transformation is motivating them to bolster their IT security. Digital transformation in this case not only includes remote work but also paperless processes that now happen exclusively via apps and other digital channels.

Enterprise protection with Galaxy Book2 Business

IT departments need to be certain that the PCs they offer staff will be able to fend off threats at every level. Galaxy Book2 Business accomplishes this by combining Samsung’s defense-grade security with Intel’s Hardware Shield technology and Secured-Core PC certification from Microsoft.

Once cybercriminals have infiltrated a computer’s OS, for example, enterprise IT departments may be left scrambling to minimize the damage. Galaxy Book2 Business avoids this via a Tamper Alert function, which provides IT with an early warning and deletes attempts to interfere with the OS and other critical data.

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The device also features a built-in dependable trust chain between the CPU, secure embedded processor and SPI flash — otherwise known as a hardware-based root of trust. This means Galaxy Book2 Business can stop attempts to compromise its system by detecting them during the boot process. Should the need arise, Galaxy Book2 Business can automatically restore the basic input/output system (BIOS) to a backup copy before malicious actors have the chance to corrupt it.

Intel’s Hardware Shield adds another defense against OS attacks and is part of the Intel vPro platform. Secured-Core PC protection, meanwhile, guards data at the kernel and firmware level.

An infrared camera — with facial recognition — and a physical camera shutter round out the core Galaxy Book2 Business security features.

Security for SMBs throughout the Galaxy Book2 portfolio

Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) face many of the same IT security risks as their larger counterparts. Samsung has made sure to also address SMB needs with the data protection features throughout the Galaxy Book2 portfolio.

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Galaxy Book2 Pro and Galaxy Book2 Pro 360, for example, offer the same Secured-Core PC protection. Galaxy Book2 devices also include a fingerprint scanner, providing a biometric login method.

In today’s decentralized work environments, employees are often sending important files to third parties, such as suppliers, partners and customers. The Galaxy Book2 portfolio provides peace of mind with support for Private Share, which uses blockchain to send information with time-limited links (meaning they can expire). Private Share also allows for view-only access and disables screen capture functionality while the recipient is viewing the file. Galaxy Book2 users can opt to fully revoke access to information after it has been shared.

The Galaxy Book2 portfolio keeps teams seamessly connected and productive, but it also does much more. By combining identity protection with hardware, software and firmware security, the Galaxy Book2 series keeps co-workers, customers and employers safer than ever before.

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