The Dell Technologies approach to security is intrinsic in nature it is built-in, not bolted-on after the fact, and it is integrated into every step through Dell's Secure Development Lifecycle. We strive to continuously evolve our PowerEdge security controls, features and solutions to meet the ever-growing threat landscape, and we continue to anchor security with a Silicon Root of Trust.
This paper details the security features built into in the PowerEdge Cyber Resilient Platform, many enabled by the Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC9). There are many new features added since the previous PowerEdge security whitepaper, which span from access control to data encryption to supply chain assurance.
These include: Live BIOS scanning, UEFI Secure Boot Customization, RSA Secure ID MFA, Secure Enterprise Key Management (SEKM), Secured Component Verification (SCV), enhanced System Erase, Automatic Certificate Enrollment and Renewal, Cipher-Select and CNSA support. All features make extensive use of intelligence and automation to help you stay ahead of the threat curve, and to enable the scaling demanded by ever-expanding usage models.