Silicon Root of Trust Deep Dive

How does the silicon root of trust protect HPE gen 10 servers from attack? Watch this video to see how the iLO 5 chip establishes a secure, trusted chain that allows HPE to monitor all essential firmware components and detect potential intrusions.

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This video shows how the HPE iLO 5 chip and Silicon Root of Trust protects HPE servers from attacks with a walk-through of intrusion detection and firmware recovery processes.

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