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AMI Collaborates on New NIST Interagency Report 8320A on Hardware-Enabled Security in Multi-Tenant Cloud Environments

DULUTH, GEORGIA – AMI®, a global leader in powering, managing and securing the world’s connected digital infrastructure through its BIOS, BMC and security solutions, is pleased to announce its participation in the recently released NIST® Interagency Report publication 8320A entitled “Hardware-Enabled Security: Container Platform Security Prototype” in collaboration with the NIST National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), Intel® Corporation and Scarfone Cybersecurity.

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