Assess the Right Risks to Safeguard Your Data
New technologies, including personal devices, have empowered employees in a multitude of ways, allowing them to work productively from anywhere. But there's also a need for new security solutions to keep company data safe from possible breaches. Find out which solutions are best suited for your employees' needs.
The workplace and how we work within it is constantly changing. While this has increased employee productivity, it also leaves organizations more vulnerable to new threats.
The Dell Data Protection portfolio, part of Dell Data Security Solutions, helps secure endpoints.
Data breaches that are malicious attacks1
Average cost of breach2
The Dell Data Protection portfolio also helps you manage today's many employee workspace types.
Use personal device for work purposes1
Desk-Centric Employee: Someone who is working at their desk in the office more than 50% of the time
Attackers may take advantage of their daily activities: internet use, email and applications.
Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise safeguards workers with authentication management, advanced malware prevention and encryption tools for Dell devices or mixed-vendor environments.
Corridor Warrior: Someone who is working in the office but away from their desk more than 50% of the time.
Constantly on devices, sharing materials and connecting on-the-go leave them vulnerable to attacks on multiple levels.
Endpoint Security Suite Enterprise also protects corridor warriors well with advanced threat prevention that stops 99% of malware, far above the average 50% efficacy rating of many traditional anti-virus solutions. It can run on not just workstations, but tablets too.
On-the-Go Pros and Specialized Users: Those working away from the office over 50% of the time, working on mobile workstations or using rugged notebooks or laptops.
Relying on multiple highly mobile devices to access people and data everywhere exposes them to breaches and lost devices.
With Dell Encryption and our Cloud Edition, we protect data itself by safeguarding it as it moves from devices to external media to public clouds — while letting IT set data-centric policies and retain the keys at all times.
Remote Worker: Someone who is working full-time outside the company building, e.g. from home or another location.
In constant communication with the office and accessing information and tools through unsecure networks that pose large security risks.
Dell ControlVault™ can reduce the risk of malware stealing critical login information associated with fingerprint readers, contacted and contactless smart card readers. Only Dell offers a separate security chip to process and store credentials for the strongest authentication capabilities.