Dell, the technology company, has revealed four new security services, and hinted at plans to roll out a platform with coordinated security tools that will cover the entire security spectrum. The first tool, Managed Detection and Response Pro Plus (MDR Pro Plus), is an extension of the existing MDR offering. The tool offers a range of preventive measures to better protect all endpoints, the entire IT infrastructure, as well as software and hardware. Specifically, the tool provides training with short, easy-to-learn modules besides technical support. The Incident Recovery Care Service component allows companies to call in certified experts to assess security incidents. The tool is available worldwide.
Dell also introduced the Product Success Accelerator (PSX), which provides a more secure, isolated data vault in which all important data is protected from unauthorized access and encryption. Three levels of support are available to Dell customers with different lines and prices.
To detect possible compromise of new systems along the supply and shipping chain, Dell now offers a cloud version of its Secured Component Verification tool (SCV). It gives customers the opportunity to check the systems and detect manipulations in the delivery process at an early stage. SCV on Cloud will be available to Dell commercial PC users in May.
Dell has also added the cloud-native security platform CrowdStrike Falcon to its portfolio. The platform includes a defense suite that can quickly detect threats, which helps protect endpoints, cloud workloads, identities and data.
Dell aims to help its customers adopt a Zero Trust architecture with scalable and best-in-class applications. By adding CrowdStrike to its portfolio, Dell plans to build a comprehensive platform of complementary and proven security solutions to help IT leaders make choices.