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Dell Security enrich Ubiquitous Security Solution for Mobile Environment Workforce

Amit Singh
Amit Singh | Country Manager |DellSonicWALL, India

Dell tweaks its SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access (SMA) operating system (OS) empowering organizations to adopt BYOD and mobile technology while protecting against emerging threat vectors.

The new Dell SonicWALL SMA 11.4 fosters organizations with new turnkey approach that ensures secure access of multiple concurrent users regardless of data type, device used and/or remote worker location, with a new turnkey approach that ensures secure access of multiple concurrent users.

For users in highly regulated industries such as government, financial and health care, the new portfolio is claimed to integrate capabilities to ensure security compliance with the latest industry and government regulations.

Android malware attacks has organizations grappling with how to provide secure access to company applications, data and resources, from any device, without compromising the security of the network.

The Dell SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access portfolio contains patented technology designed to detect these malware infected and fake mobile apps, which allows IT administrators to safely extend their remote service to both the Android and IOS mobile Platforms. SMA allows administrators to quickly provision secure access and role-based privileges to authorized remote workers, contractors, vendors and temps so they get fast, easy access to approved corporate asset resources to be productive.

Forrester report asserts that the digital worker requires access to sensitive data at all times of the day and week from any location or device. A full 52% of global information workers have access to customer data (e.g., names, contact information, or credit card data) regardless of whether or not they need to use it for work. Securing this access is the only way to improve engagement without risking customer trust.

Addressing the security measures, the new solution ensures secure access across all key operating systems and mobile devices, including Windows, iOS, Mac OSX, Android, Kindle Fire, Linux and Chrome OS. The solution increases mobile and remote-worker productivity, protects data from threats, and integrates with industry-leading mobile management solutions to provide the most secure end-to-end mobile management and security solution for bring-your-own, choose-your-own and managed devices.

Key functionality updates to this newest version include:

  • Global Traffic Optimizer (GTO) – provides a turnkey approach to delivering massive global scalability of concurrent geography-balanced users, while continuing to maintain secure access. This allows organizations to better provide business continuity from their secure access service as they face an ever-growing workforce and company expansion to different locations, both within country and globally.
  • Regulatory Compliance – ensures security compliance with the most stringent industry and government regulations, such as the Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) and Suite B cipher support.  This is crucial for users in highly regulated organizations (government, financial, health care, etc.) to maintain compliance.
  • Management API – provides customers and third parties access to the SonicWALL SMA API. This enables enhanced workflow, orchestration and automation to improve operational processes for increased productivity and reduced costs.
  • Enhanced Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0 support – provides a positive end-user experience by allowing Single Sign-On (SSO) so users don’t have to sign on individually to SaaS applications.

Added Enhancement in Dell SonicWALL SMA Series include:

  • Centralized Management System (CMS) – provides overarching SMA management and monitoring, as well as dynamic allocation of licenses to nodes that have the demand, which reduces the organization’s TCO and produces superior business continuity
  • HTML5 Clients and Proxies – allow users to run all applications within a single browser window, making connections to resources very easy, and with zero-day support
  • Personal Device Authorization – protects users’ rights for their personal data on their own personal devices when used in corporate networks

“Organizations that implement robust mobility programs have showed tremendous increase in their employee efficiency, followed by business process improvement and reduction in paperwork. However, while organizations are moving to digitization, security and fear of data breach by far are the biggest barriers to expanding a mobility program. We aim to address these security challenges of organizations with our update to Dell SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access (SMA) operating system (OS). The solution will enable organizations to scale up as well as provide secure mobile access for their enterprise while blocking untrusted apps, WiFi pirates and mobile malware. With SonicWALL SMA appliances, organizations can also speed-up secure mobile deployment and lower IT costs,” said Amit Singh, Country Manager, Dell SonicWALL.

“The Dell SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access (SMA) portfolio addresses the need for organizations to quickly minimize the window of exposure for remote and mobile workers before an attacker can potentially cripple the organization by gaining access to corporate data either in-flight or on the mobile device itself. Dell SonicWALL SMA 11.4 provides our customers with completely secure mobile access to any data type, through any device, to any authorized users as dictated by their IT administrators,” said Patrick Sweeney, vice president, product management and marketing, Dell Security.


  • Dell SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access OS 11.4 is available at no cost to installed base SonicWALL SMA 1000 series customers who have a support contract in place
  • Dell solutions are available both direct and through channel partners


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