HPE is Elevating Supply Chain Security
“Supply chain attacks are real and here to stay.” This is the lesson learned as we watched a global pandemic, the SolarWinds attack, and Ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure unfold in 2020 and 2021. More troubling, cyberattacks overall appear to be increasingly targeted – meaning that attackers are no longer relying on easy win targets of opportunity – and instead going after the big payoffs, creating another seismic shift in the threat environment.
Since 2017, HPE has been staying a step ahead by building the foundation of Zero Trust capabilities into its hardware solutions, starting with HPE ProLiant Gen10 servers and the HPE-exclusive silicon root of trust. With the release of HPE ProLiant Gen10 Plus servers, HPE continues adding Zero Trust architecture enabling features to their servers including HPE Platform Certificates, a Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Compliant Platform Certificate that provides the ability for customers to validate the authenticity of their server and components from its original factory condition throughout its lifecycle. HPE has been working with us at InfusionPoints since 2017 when we first tested the silicon root of trust from HPE, and HPE invited us to take a look at HPE Platform Certificates.