How HPE firmware is protecting servers

The World's Most Secure Industry Standard Servers & How HPE Built the Silicon Root of Trust

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Servers, just like any part of your organization’s IT infrastructure, are highly vulnerable to cyberattack. In HPE’s servers, the firmware is built into the silicon to form a more unified security front.

When any server boots up, a scan is done to ensure that the firmware matches the original silicon it was meant to protect. Once affirmed, the firmware will boot up and ensure that no viruses have been inserted.

Watch this short video to learn more. 

Vendor:
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Premiered:
Oct 5, 2017
Format:
Video
Length:
00:05:00 (hh:mm:ss)
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English
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