Dell from its quarter has showcased new security services and solutions that further swells its security portfolio at the Dell Enterprise Forum customer and partner event. Braced with the fresh offerings, businesses now can defend all technology touch points to better safeguard the corporate network, critical data and devices while facilitating employee productivity and confidently protecting the mobile workforce.
As security threats endure to evolve and multiply, organizations are struggling to both keep pace with major technology trends such as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), cloud and mobility, and defend their perimeter. The frequency of attacks is expanding at an alarming rate globally. In fact, Dell prevented 1.06 trillion intrusion events in 249 countries in the past year alone. A Dell global security survey released in February brought into being that 74 per cent of global respondents had experienced a security breach in the past year, but, on average, respondents only allocated 17 per cent of their IT budget to security. In order for organizations to truly transform their business, it is imperative they ensure data is protected and their workforce is productive. In today’s world, that means protection at the data center, in the cloud, within the network and especially at the endpoint.
“In today’s evolving technology landscape, organizations face an unprecedented number and a variety of security threats. Only a connected approach to security protects an organization’s entire IT environment without compromising access, collaboration, performance or cost,” alleged John McClurg, Chief Security Officer, Dell.
Dell SecureWorks Advanced Endpoint Threat Detection managed service is currently available in North America and will be available in EMEA in the latter part of Q2 2014.