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Server Infrastructure Security Solutions

A foundation of innovative infrastructure security features that goes beyond perimeter security, arming your systems to prevent, detect, and recover from threats.


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Defend Against Infrastructure Security Attacks

Your server infrastructure should be your strongest defense, armed with the latest infrastructure security innovations to guard against and recover from security attacks. Limiting security to firewalls is no longer enough. Protect your enterprise with innovations in firmware protection, malware detection, and firmware recovery — right down to the silicon.

Transform to Intelligent Infrastructure Security

Keep pace with new cyber threats and technology initiatives. We’ll help you define strategy and roadmaps, architect and design, integrate and transform so you have intelligent data protection to compete in the digital economy.

HPE Secure Compute Lifecycle Whiteboard Video

The new HPE Gen10 Servers are the world’s most secure industry standard servers. Learn more about HPE’s Secure Compute Lifecycle and how your data center will be protected.

Silicon root of trust

Creates a digital fingerprint in the silicon and ensures the server will never boot with compromised firmware.

HPE Secure Compute Standards: Proactive Server Recovery

Learn how a server can recover from a virus or compromised code attacking the essential firmware in the unlikely event of a breach. The server is shown detecting the compromised code and automatically recovering its own essential firmware.

Silicon Root of Trust Receives Cyber CatalystSM Designation

The Cyber CatalystSM by Marsh program—which helps identify solutions considered effective in reducing cyber risk—has accepted HPE’s silicon root of trust.

Learn more about Cyber CatalystSM

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Learn how HPE Gen10 Servers offers the first industry-standard servers to include a silicon root of trust built into the hardware. We’ll dive into how the new silicon root of trust:

  •  Allows firmware to be scanned and monitored through a series of integrity checks that initiate from an immutable link embedded in silicon.
  •  Customers can be confident that it is secure, because the chain of trust is established and maintained from the immutable silicon hardware itself – and what that means.
  •  Has the ability to recover to a good state in the unlikely event that firmware becomes compromised in some way.
  • Has built in security features throughout specific networking, storage, and rack infrastructure, that help you prevent, detect, and recover from cyberattacks.

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