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Technology Experience Trends: Comprehensive Security On PowerEdge AMD EPYC Servers

Kena Johnson

AMD EPYC processors are designed with a sophisticated suite of security technologies called AMD Infinity Guard. Built-in at the silicon level, AMD Infinity Guard helps your organization take control of security and decrease risks to your most important assets.

Security in servers is no longer an afterthought. It’s a key consideration in the choice of a server provider and platform. Dell PowerEdge Servers with AMD EPYC processors use a multi-layer, end-to-end approach of security to help ensure that users’ data and assets are protected.

“The multiple security features that Dell builds into PowerEdge, be it from the firmware protection, to implementing supplier security standards, to even offering anti-tampering packaging supports the AMD EPYC hardware security features that we are building at the silicon level with our Infinity Guard,” says David Melendrez, Dell global account manager at AMD.

AMD EPYC processors are designed with a sophisticated suite of security features called AMD Infinity Guard. Built-in at the silicon level, it offers the advanced capabilities required to help defend against internal and external threats all with minimal impact to system performance.

“The Infinity Guard suite includes AMD Secure Boot features. And what Secure Boot does, what you look at is it supports against bad actors. And how that’s done is as you’re booting up, it will not authenticate your firmware unless everything checks out in terms of what it’s designed to look for,” says Melendrez.

The AMD EPYC processors also include two unique security features. Secure Memory Encryption also known as SME, uses a single key to encrypt system memory, which is generated by the AMD Secure Processor at boot. In addition, SEV also known as Secure Encrypted Virtualization provides Virtual Machine level encryption, which protects against hypervisor corruption with hardware protection.

“With Secure Memory Encryption and Secure Encrypted Virtualization, these. features enable AMD EPYC really to provide enterprises with a unique multi-facet approach that helps avoid the cost of downtime and really addresses those ever-evolving security threats,” says Melendrez.

You can learn more about the security features of Dell PowerEdge Servers with AMD processors AMD EPYC processors at  amd.com.

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