- As we announced in February, HP Sure Click begins shipping on the new HP EliteBook x360 starting today.
- This beauty not only has a secure BIOS but also offers secure browsing – security built-in, not bolted-on.
- With this launch, virtualization-based security goes completely mainstream, direct to the prosumer.
We are so pleased to share the news that the HP EliteBook x360 is shipping with HP Sure Click – providing robust protection for secure browsing. In a world where so many threats are passed through to end users via websites and malvertising, HP is committed to providing the most secure and manageable PC on the market today.
And we’re very excited to be a part of it.
Here’s How it Works
- HP Sure Click is built on the same technology – Bromium micro-virtualization – that has defeated every malware attack for over six years. Bromium protects key government agencies of four key democracies as well as institutions critical to international relations, law enforcement and peacekeeping, and global F2000 organizations.
- It uses micro-virtualization to protect enterprise users who depend on Internet Explorer or HP Chrome, but will also work seamlessly with VBS and Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) for the Edge browser due in the forthcoming Windows 10 “Redstone 2” release.
- Sure Click is an HP branded product – emphasizing the critical need for hardware enforced security to defeat today’s targeted attacks, in stark contrast to after-market bolt-on “security solutions” from next-gen anti-virus vendors.
- HP Sure Click secures users and their organizations against web based threats while fully supporting legacy web and enterprise applications including plugins like ActiveX, Java and Flash.
Watch This Space
This is just the first step toward helping HP deliver a PC that boasts built-in security. We’re committed to delivering solutions that help companies and individuals fight malware and stop threats. If you’d like to try secure browsing on your own, you can sign-up for our free beta that will ship early this summer. Then be sure to check out the new HP EliteBook x360. Not only well designed on the outside, but incredibly designed on the inside too.