Learn about attestation and its implications for security.
- [Instructor] Attestation is used by a system…to ensure that a machine meets a certain approved baseline…prior to receiving access to a given resource.…Most large organizations…have a standard baseline established…for their corporate workstations…that includes the operating system, security software,…and office productivity suites.…There are also certain configurations and settings…that have been created to make this baseline…as secure as possible when it's deployed.…Attestation allows the enterprise security personnel…to determine if a change to the baseline has been made.…
This concept can also be used prior to allowing a device…to connect to a server or resource.…For example, some certification providers…allow candidates to take their exam from home.…If you study for either…the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)…or the PRINCE2 certifications,…you're able to complete those exams…using web-based proctoring.…When your computer connects to the examination company's…server at the designated time,…
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