Find out when the latest security component for your Intel hardware becomes available using this simple and straightforward application
While it is true that computing optimizes and speeds up operations considerably, let us not forget that the expanding dependence on devices creates the need for enhanced security to protect your data. One method of safeguarding sensitive information is to opt for software solutions that require sound authentication that is ideally rooted in the hardware.
Intel Security Unifier is an application designed to scan your computer and identify Intel’s latest security software components available.
Forthright setup and streamlined interface
The installation is quick and does not require any special attention on your part. You can access the application from System Tray and upon launch, it automatically scans your system for dedicated Intel components.
You should know that the app comes with several components – Technology Access, Dynamic Application Loader, Identity Protection Technology and Management Engine – that enable it to recognize Intel hardware along with the software versions they are running on.
It is necessary to mention that the tool requires you have a connection to the Internet and it is advisable that you make sure you have the latest .NET Framework installed on your system.
Identifies updates and ensure the security of your data
Intel offers a wide variety of packages that include hardware-based authentication that is embedded into Intel’s platforms, thus rendering any attempt to access the critical information obsolete.
Nevertheless, since online security is a continuous cat and mouse game between developers and hackers, you should make sure that your components have the latest updates and hence, benefit from the most recent vulnerability fixes. You will be happy to learn that the app provides you with the necessary instructions to follow in order to update components.
A tool that takes enterprise security to the next level
In the eventuality that you need to manage sensitive data that cannot be protected via Intel’s hardware-based authentication and you want to make sure you benefit from the latest security updates and features, then Intel Security Unifier might be the tool to try out.
- .NET FRAMEWORK
- Internet connection