Dell Technologies (NYSE: DELL) is expanding its enterprise endpoint security portfolio to include VMware Carbon Black Cloud, a leader in cloud-native endpoint protection, to make organizations more resilient against advanced cyberattacks.
The threat landscape is complex and constantly evolving, especially as more employees are mobile and working from anywhere and anytime. But the PC can be an important tool in the defense against these threats and attacks. Dell Technologies enterprise endpoint security helps protect the system starting at the very foundation with Dell Trusted Devices, creating the industry’s most secure commercial PCs. Now with additional capabilities from Carbon Black and Secureworks, organizations can be confident their endpoints are more secure both below and above the OS.
“Cyber criminals are constantly pushing the limits with difficult-to-discover attack vectors, especially those targeting endpoint devices,” said Rahul Tikoo, senior vice president of Dell Technologies Commercial Client. “We have to take a multi-layered approach to security. With the addition of VMware Carbon Black Cloud as the preferred endpoint security solution for Dell Trusted Devices and Secureworks, our customers can be more secure while doing their best work.”
“As we continue to build on VMware’s vision for intrinsic security, it’s clear that we are all stronger when we combine the right people and the right technology,” said Patrick Morley, general manager, Security Business Unit, VMware. “Dell’s selection of VMware Carbon Black Cloud as its preferred endpoint security, in combination with Dell Trusted Devices and Secureworks, serves as continued validation that we are providing a comprehensive form of endpoint protection. We now have the opportunity to work together and further expand our collective ability to keep worldwide customers protected from advanced cyberattacks.”
Endpoint Security for Trusted Devices
Dell Technologies’ enterprise endpoint security solution gives organizations peace of mind by helping to stop security threats from slowing down their businesses. The unique combination of threat prevention from VMware and detection and response from Secureworks uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to proactively detect and block endpoint attacks, while security experts can hunt for and remediate identified threats across the endpoint, network and cloud.
New capabilities help companies:
Since modern organizations need a modern approach to protecting companies and their employees from threats, Dell Technologies is enabling Dell Technologies Unified Workspace to lighten the workload for IT and security teams, while helping workers stay productive.
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