Threat Protection

Address security issues at the hardware level. HP EliteBook devices come equipped with hardwarre-level contingencies that isolate malicious browser activities, perform health checks on every startup and keep your screen private.

Take the guesswork out of the equation and keep your people working with these built-in security features.

HP Sure View

This integrated privacy screen denies onlookers and visual hackers from reading vmaterial on the screen.

Visual Hacking are often never reported - taking place anywhere, in just minutes.

  • Attempts are successful 90% of the time,
  • Approximately 33% of visual hacks end up revealing sensitive or confidential information
Browser Threats can circumvent traditional security firewalls, making this threat incredibly challenging to detect and circumvent.
  • 81% of IT professionals say unsecure web browsers area primary vector of attack
  • Nearly 90% of IT professionals believe their organization has been breached
HP Sure Click

Add contingencies and isolate vulnerabilities that stem from browser-born threats like malware, ransomware and viruses.

HP Sure Start

HP devices include BIOS scrubbers on startup as a hardware-software based solution. This approach scans the BIOS on every startup, and automatically restore the BIOS to factory specs when an intrution is detected.

BIOS Attacks are devious strategies used to hack into the system's management consoles of a

  • Bios attacks have increased 123% year-over-year since 2016
  • Tests find 80% of computers had exploitable vulnerabilities at the BIOS level
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