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7 Hot New Dell Technologies Security Products And Services

Dell Technologies is rolling out seven new tools that not only bring more security to the company’s infrastructure and supply chain but also infuse it into the process of consuming, utilizing and decommissioning technology.

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Bringing Security To The Core

Advancements in security have not kept up with digital transformation efforts over the past decade, forcing customers to assume that there are already threat actors in their infrastructure who won’t be spotted until something bad happens, according to Dell Technologies Global CTO John Roese. As a result, Roese said security professionals live in constant fear of a successful breach at their organization.

“We take the perspective that that‘s not a sufficient answer and we need to do more,” Roese said. “We need to start transforming the way we think about security and try to change to a model that at least allows us to keep up with the security threats as they’re emerging.”

The security industry has too often taken the approach of coming up with a new product for every problem, and Roese said these products are typically bolted onto the customer’s environment as an afterthought. In response, Roese said Dell Technologies has been laser-focused on developing intrinsic security where protection is built into the environment and made core to the infrastructure itself.

Now, Roese said Dell Technologies is looking to not only build security into its infrastructure but also infuse it into the process of consuming, utilizing and decommissioning technology. Roese, Sylvia Seybel - VP of security and client solutions marketing - and Mukund Khatri - fellow, office of the infrastructure solutions group CTO - discussed seven new tools to help secure Dell’s infrastructure and supply chain.

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