Which Gen10 feature best addresses the customer’s concern?

A customer wants to safeguard their server firmware and asks you about the HPE ProLiant Gen10 features that provide this level of security.Which Gen10 feature best addresses the customer’s concern?

Question:

Which Gen10 feature best addresses the customer’s concern?

Options:

Gen10 servers support data encryption at rest, which uses cryptography on the database housing the data and on the physical storage where the databases are stored

The Secure Boot feature in Gen10 servers checks the signature of the firmware drivers and other files to ensure that the firmware is trusted by the operating system

The Trusted Platform Module (TPM) in Gen10 servers protects firmware by using public and private key encryption

Gen10 servers use silicon root of trust to validate and detect corrupted firmware, and authentication to block unauthorized updates

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

Gen10 servers use silicon root of trust to validate and detect corrupted firmware, and authentication to block unauthorized updates

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