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platform security

A security model that is used to protect an entire platform and secures the entire span of software or devices on that platform, removing the need to incorporate individual or multiple security measures for different programs on the system. Security at the platform level makes the security process simplified for IT and developers. However, once the security is cracked the entire platform is vulnerable. Trusted Platform Module, designed to secure an entire notebook is a type of platform security.

 

 







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