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Server Silicon Root of Trust

Software-defined security builds on virtual network functions abstracted from the hardware layer to supply more functionality such as micro-segmentation, which adds new layers of security and control. While much of the security infrastructure can be virtualized, to further reduce vulnerabilities, a requirement for hardware-based encryption evolved from Trusted Platform Group, an ISO/IEC consortium for Trusted Platform Module, and continues with the Google OpenTitan initiative.  

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Server Silicon Root of Trust


How it Works

Silicon Root of Trust (RoT) design can be integrated into data center servers, storage devices, peripherals and other hardware. Silicon Root of Trust is type of hardware-based encryption which creates an immutable fingerprint based in hardware that verifies driver and firmware code is valid and uncompromised.  A root of trust based in hardware is the security foundation for a system on a chip (SoC), or other semiconductor device or electronic system. The hardware root of trust contains the keys for cryptographic functions and is usually a part of a Server secure boot process providing the foundation for the software chain of trust necessary to protect OS operation, firmware and drivers.

Nth Generation Server partners have achieved the Marsh Cyber Catalyst designation, which incorporate Commercial National Security Algorithm Suite* (CNSA) control measures and FIPS 140 validated chipsets with Silicon root of Trust, daily run-time firmware checking, and secure recovery options. 


Less Vulnerability

Initially requested by Federal and SLED agencies as part of their request for proposals for servers (and other IT products), which meant it required the manufacturer to properly implement the functionality and have it certified by authorized agencies. Financial Services, Retail, Healthcare and other verticals also value and beginning to require it.  It can be difficult to achieve since many manufacturers buy off the shelf components outside the United States which may have their own firmware code or firmware written to the components without any anchor point making the product as a whole more vulnerable to firmware breach and other exploits.  



Protection from malware and critical vulnerability exploits 


Preventing compromises in component supply chain 


Hardware-based security for validation of firmware and drivers 


Levels of control for boot and recovery if compromised  


Lower cost to IT and the business due to compromise 

Nth Generation can assist you with the Security and Design of your Infrastructure Solutions, and more importantly the overall Security of your business and remote workplace.  

Nth Generation has Server, Storage and Security experts that are able to provide you with the information and implementation of a secure Infrastructure. We have over 25 years of expertise in designing secure Server and Storage solutions and will assist you and your team in design and implementation of a more secure Hybrid IT, either as capital budget or As-A-Service expense option.  

Nth Generation Experts provide: 

  • Data Center Needs Analysis 

  • Enterprise Architecture and Solution Design 

  • Total Cost of Ownership of Hybrid Server solutions 

  • Virtualization Recommendation and Implementation 

  • Data Protection and Management 

  • Disaster Recovery and Data Management 

  • Security Assessments and Services 

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