The latest security is built into the latest hardware with AMD Ryzen PRO mobile processors

    Businesses have enough on their plates. Digital security threats shouldn’t have to be a constant worry, and keeping systems protected against ever-shifting threats need not be a monumental effort for IT departments. The latest AMD PRO security integrated into AMD Ryzen™ PRO mobile processors simplifies and strengthens security with top-to-bottom protection that covers the hardware, OS, and OEM system levels.

    AMD Ryzen™ PRO mobile processors are built with the Microsoft Pluton security processor integrated right onto the chip, making them the first x86 processors on the market to offer this technology. With the Pluton Security Processor, the system receives chip-to-cloud security for users’ data, applications, and identities. 

    The Microsoft Pluton security processor also makes it easier to keep systems safe over time. Straightforward Windows updates provide Pluton-enabled systems with the latest hardware and firmware protection. Working together with the other security technologies of AMD Ryzen™ PRO 6000 Series Mobile Processors, the two provide a unified front for robust security against attacks. 

    AMD Ryzen PRO 6000 Series Mobile Processor

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    These new AMD chips support Microsoft Secured-core PC as well, helping ensure that systems are protected from firmware and OS attacks right from boot up by preventing unauthorized access to data and devices. Back that up with AMD Secure Processor on the chips and AMD Platform Secure Boot, which can create a hardware root-of-trust between the BIOS and OS bootloader, and you’ve got a strong layer of protection across the hardware in your system. 

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