Secure Boot: Plug Security Vulnerabilities in Servers and Data Center Architectures

Security has been a buzz word for several years across numerous applications. Not surprisingly, defense, military, and government systems were first to implement significant security countermeasures. Other markets such as communications, data center, and embedded applications have been inconsistent in implementing real security measures. Unfortunately for many companies, security is still a check list item and not a hard requirement in the initial architecture of the product. Understandably, companies which have had their brands significantly tarnished by hacks have become serious about implementing layers of security in their end products. With so much to lose in terms of dollars and stock valuation, the server and data center markets have become increasingly more serious about securing their systems, and the security steps being implemented in these applications can be used throughout many other markets…

This article originally appeared in March 2018 on eecatalog.com. Go here to read the full article now.

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