Edge-to-cloud security is becoming increasingly complex as organizations’ architectures evolve to run dynamically scaled applications spanning from data centers to edge locations. This is in addition to attackers increasingly employing more advanced exploitation techniques, which allow them to inflict damage at will.
To address these challenges for organizations, HPE announced the Aurora Project, which provides zero-trust cloud-native security for HPE’s edge-to-cloud architecture.
The Aurora Project will be integrated into the cloud services platform of HPE GreenLake to automatically and continuously verify the integrity of hardware, firmware, operating systems, platforms, and workloads, including security workloads.
Plus, with this project’s ongoing security checks, advanced threats can be detected automatically, from silicon to cloud, in seconds, vastly improving the current 28-day average.
With the capabilities offered by Project Aurora, companies will have the help they need to potentially minimize data loss, unauthorized encryption, and corruption of valuable data and intellectual property.
But the above is not all, this project also complements existing security investments by reducing downtime and protecting productivity and revenue.
The new initiative builds on HPE’s Silicon Root of Trust technology, recognized by insurance companies for reducing risk.
When the Aurora Project is combined with open source technologies such as SPIFFE and SPIRE, it enables DevOps and SecDevOps engineering teams to deliver workload identities embedded in hardware that is continuously verified.
The Aurora project will be integrated for the first time in HPE GreenLake Lighthouse. In addition, in the future, it will also be integrated into HPE GreenLake cloud services and on the software platform HPE Ezmeral to provide customers with an independent way to define, create and implement a zero trust architecture that extends from the edge to the cloud
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