Protecting your infrastructure with Microsoft Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010
About This Video
Recording from the 5th edition of the Community Day in Belgium.
Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 (FEP), the next version of Forefront Client Security, enables businesses to simplify and improve endpoint protection while greatly reducing infrastructure costs. It builds on System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2 and R3, and allows customers to use their existing client management infrastructure to deploy and maintain endpoint protection. In this session we will show you what unique features FEP has to protect all of your endpoints (clients and servers)and how SCCM makes this manageable.
Speakers: Paul Loonen and Arne Peleman
Paul is an Architect for Avanade, working on all things directory (whether Active or not), Identity Management, and security on the Microsoft platform. He is also a founding member of the winsec.be Microsoft community group in Belgium. Paul is a Microsoft MVP for Forefront Identity Manager and a Microsoft Certified Master Windows Server 2008 Directory.
Arne Peleman is System Center team lead at Ferranti Computer Systems, He focuses on architecture, design and best practice implementation of the full System Center stack.
His main specialization area is System Center Configuration Manager and System Center Service Manager. Recently he joined the SCUG.BE crowd and started blogging about the System Center suite.You can follow Arne on twitter and read his blogs on http://scug.be/blogs/arne, http://arnepeleman.wordpress.com.
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June 28, 2011
Anthony de Bruyn
Anthony de Bruyn
Community Day Belgium 2011
Endpoint Protection 2010