Windows 11 Standard Hardware Security Technologies and Their Secure Usage Based on HP Elitebook 840 G8

Keity Raudmäe
The aim of this research is to create Estonian-language material about modern standard hardware security technologies which Microsoft Corporation has made topical with their new operating system Windows 11. The paper describes security technologies such as trusted platform module (TPM), secure boot and virtualization-based security. TPM related Windows security features like BitLocker and Windows Hello are also described. In addition to Estonian-language material one of the outputs of this work is the practical use of these security solutions in Windows 11 operating system and the HP Elitebook 840 G8 device.
The outcome of this research’s theoretical part is the Estonian-language material for the aforementioned modern standard hardware security technologies to which the reader can refer to in their future work if needed. As a result of the practical part of this research it was found that the use of security technologies on the device of HP Elitebook 840 G8 is made more convenient and user independent by the manufacturer. In addition, it was concluded that the hardware security technologies in Windows 11 are also present in Windows 10, if the device meets the hardware requirements.
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Bachelor - Computer Science
Alo Peets
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