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Dell Makes New Additions to its Security Portfolio

Says its end-to-end Connected Security approach ensures both outside-in and inside-out protection against increasing cyber threats

At the Dell Enterprise Forum customer and partner event, Dell showcased new security services and solutions that further expand its security portfolio.

With the new offerings, businesses can defend all technology touch points to better safeguard the corporate network, critical data and devices while enabling employee productivity and confidently protecting the mobile workforce announced the press release.

“In today’s evolving technology landscape, organizations face an unprecedented number and variety of security threats. Only a connected approach to security protects an organization’s entire IT environment without compromising access, collaboration, performance or cost,” said John McClurg, Chief Security Officer, Dell. “Our portfolio updates shared will help customers implement a holistic security strategy to protect their businesses from the outside-in and inside-out.”

Murli Mohan, GM, Dell Software Group, India, said, “According to a recent Dell study on Connected Security, Indian organizations today use an average of 8 different security measures to prevent breaches and threats. Instead organizations should adopt a connected approach for a more holistic security strategy. This will ensure security against endpoint threats and enable organizations to be one step ahead of the epidemic threats that can significantly damage their network.”

Dell SecureWorks, an industry leader in information security services, launched a new, cutting-edge Advanced Endpoint Threat Detection (AETD) managed service. The AETD solution is the latest addition to Dell SecureWorks’ Advanced Threat Servicesportfolio—a comprehensive suite of Internet security services that combat advanced cyberthreats—which features the Managed Advanced Malware Protection (MAMP)service and the Targeted Threat Hunting service.

The updated Dell Secure Mobile Access (SMA) solution provides organizations with per-app VPN access to enterprise data and resources, while protecting the corporate network from security threats.

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