- Businesses Are Increasingly Susceptible to Cyberattacks.
- Cybercriminals Target Server Firmware.
- Traditional servers make it tough to detect and address permanent denial of service (PDoS) attacks against server firmware.
Modern businesses collect and analyze massive data volumes — a trend that is likely to continue in the foreseeable future. The global datasphere is projected to reach 175 zettabytes (ZB) by 2025,1 due in part to the push for digital transformation and the rise of IoT. To put that number in context, a zettabyte is 1 trillion gigabytes. As more businesses integrate digital technologies into their everyday operations, the demand for high-performing servers to process and protect that data will increase accordingly.
Nearly 30% of the global datasphere will be real-time 2025. Legacy server infrastructure supports data storage and management, but it cannot keep pace with today’s always-on, always-connected businesses. Instead, modern businesses require fast, efficient servers that scale to meet evolving market demands. They also need servers to protect against firmware attacks and other advanced cyberthreats.
HPE Gen10 Servers are the world’s most secure industry-standard servers. They feature state-of-the-art security capabilities to help businesses stay ahead of emerging cyber risks. At the same time, HPE Gen10 Servers make it simple to adapt IT to rapidly changing environments.
Businesses Are Increasingly Susceptible to Cyberattacks
Cyberattack volume and severity continue to increase — consider the results of this recent survey of 790 IT executives:
- 93% of survey respondents said they experienced at least one cyberattack in the past year
- 78% of respondents impacted by a cyberattack experienced service degradation or a complete outage3
- Respondents cited operational/productivity loss (54%) as the top impact of cyberattacks, followed by service disruption (45%), negative customer experience (43%), and data theft (35%)
In the aforementioned survey, 86% of respondents also indicated they had explored machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to combat cyberthreats.3 Intelligent security solutions help businesses identify cyberthreats before they penetrate IT infrastructure, as well as reduce the risk of data breaches. Moving forward, businesses may deploy intelligent security solutions to take a proactive approach to protect their server infrastructures as well.
Secure servers can make a world of difference relative to cyberattacks. If businesses leverage servers that offer network, operating system, and software-level protection, they can guard against internal and external cyberthreats. However, businesses also require server protection down to the silicon.
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Cybercriminals Target Server Firmware
Managing firmware security is time, cost, and resourceintensive. Few technologies are available to help businesses control firmware security. Additionally, in a recent study conducted by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, 92% of businesses said they lacked the necessary measures to manage firmware in their IT environments.
Cybercriminals use firmware attacks to illegally access servers. Once cybercriminals penetrate server infrastructure, they install malware to compromise firmware code. Cybercriminals then ensure the malware remains undetectable and use it to compromise (read: access everything on) the server.
Root of trust technology helps businesses combat server firmware attacks. It ensures a server validates the authenticity and state of its boot process and verifies essential firmware is free from malware or compromised code. In doing so, a root of trust instantly detects and prevents firmware attacks.
Protect Server Infrastructure — and Optimize IT
In addition to improving server security, businesses want to get the most value out of IT. Yet doing so is rarely simple, since security and performance tend to be at odds with each other. Thanks to predictive analytics, businesses can obtain insights to simultaneously protect their server infrastructure against cyberattacks and upgrade its performance.
Upgrade Server Infrastructure — Here’s Why
By 2025, anyone using an Internet of Things (IoT) device will have at least one data interaction every 18 seconds. The result: IoT-connected consumers will produce over 90 ZB of consumer data. Businesses will require server and storage infrastructure to accommodate large data volumes — or risk missing out on actionable insights.
Increasing data volumes create new security challenges for businesses. They can’t rely on traditional security solutions to safeguard server infrastructure. Conversely, businesses require servers that quickly identify and resolve cyberthreats and performance bottlenecks.
Implement Firmware-Level Server Protection
Traditional servers make it tough to detect and address permanent denial of service (PDoS) attacks against server firmware. If cybercriminals launch PDoS attacks that penetrate server firmware, they can corrupt firmware to “brick” a server. In this scenario, a business risks IT outages and downtime and associated brand reputation damage and revenue losses due to an inoperable server.
The Integrated Lights Out 5 (iLO5) chipset in HPE Gen10 Servers has a silicon root of trust that protects against firmware attacks and other cyberthreats. The chipset links the silicon and firmware and checks the integrity of firmware every time it boots. That way, iLO5 makes it impossible to insert malware, viruses, or compromised code to corrupt the server boot process.
When an HPE Gen10 Server boots, iLO5 validates and boots its own firmware. Next, the chipset verifies the server BIOS. If iLO5 identifies tampering or corruption during the HPE Gen10 Server boot process, trusted firmware is immediately available. If iLO5’s firmware has been compromised, the chipset loads its own authenticated firmware from an integrated backup. Comparatively, if iLO5 finds that the server BIOS has been compromised, it will try to recover it from a backup copy. And if the backup BIOS copy is compromised, iLO5 notifies the end user about the security incident.
Secure Servers — and Stay on Budget
Intelligent System Tuning (IST) for HPE Gen10 Servers enables businesses to configure server resources to match specific workloads. It ensures businesses can fine-tune HPE Gen10 Servers to improve server performance, agility, and control. Perhaps best of all, IST helps businesses maintain peak server performance and manage IT costs — without sacrificing server security. IST for HPE Gen10 Servers provides workload-based tuning profiles and settings that can be adjusted to match specific application workloads. It also offers insights into server workload characteristics, enabling businesses to view and configure recommended performance tuning settings based on monitored data.
Manage Server Health and Performance
HPE InfoSight for HPE Gen10 Servers uses AI to simplify server infrastructure management and support. The predictive analytics platform analyzes and correlates millions of sensors from across the globe. It then analyzes sensor data to produce meaningful server insights — and help businesses identify ways to improve server performance.
HPE InfoSight for HPE Gen10 Servers enables businesses to evaluate all aspects of their server infrastructures. HPE InfoSight delivers health and performance insights across server infrastructure. This ensures every server continuously learns from the collective insights and experiences of the entire install base and uses these insights to maximize its performance.
Modern businesses require server infrastructure to track and analyze information and secure their data — but legacy server infrastructure is inadequate. Fortunately, HPE Gen10 Servers deliver the right combination of performance and security. The servers help businesses handle increasing data volumes, combat firmware attacks, and improve IT agility and flexibility.
They also drive IT cost savings, as well as free up IT resources to power business growth and innovation. Businesses use HPE Gen10 Servers to address myriad IT problems, but servers alone can be insufficient. With the right IT partner at its disposal, a business can prioritize the most impactful IT problems. This enables a business to determine the best way to improve its server infrastructure and achieve its business goals with IT.
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