Endpoint Security

HPE Locks Down Server Security

Provided by Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

Category Endpoint Security

Type Analyst Report

Length 11

Publish Date June 12 2017

Date posted November 02 2017

Overview

As the threat landscape continues to grow, cyberattacks become increasingly sophisticated and emerging technologies like IoT introduce new risks; simply protecting your server at the software level is no longer good enough. Staying ahead of threats now requires protection at every system level ranging from protection for hardware and drives all the way down to the supply chain. This report looks at how hardware has become the newest vector for threat actors, detailing the comprehensive strategy your organisation needs to implement to ensure protection, detection and recovery within its products.

 

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