Dell SecureWorks, an industry leader in information security services, now provides Server Protection Services for physical, virtual and cloud-based servers so organizations can secure their servers with an all-in-one service.
11/13/2013 - ATLANTA, GA - Dell SecureWorks' solution utilizes key components of Trend Micro's Deep Security offering, including its firewall, Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Protection System (IDS/IPS) and anti-malware protection. Dell SecureWorks' Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC)-certified analysts will monitor, analyze and help remediate any security events uncovered by the Deep Security software.
The Monitored Server Protection Service, which includes 24x7 security-event monitoring, health and uptime monitoring and a unified customer portal, is currently available for physical and virtual servers in cloud-hosted and on-premise environments. The Managed Server Protection Solution includes all of the latter services, plus policy creation/management, health management and a hosted management console. It is planned to launch in Q1 2014.
"Cyber-attacks are becoming more sophisticated every day so it's imperative for organizations to adopt a multi-layer protection strategy for their high-value servers," said Dan DeRosa, director of product management at Dell SecureWorks. "Our Incident Response experts and Counter Threat Unit (CTU) researchers continually investigate breaches where hackers use a small entry point to infiltrate a company's network and access critical servers. The Server Protection Services, powered by threat context from our incident response and research team, provides a strong security posture."
"We view this as an important relationship that will redefine the concept of comprehensive data center security in physical, virtual and cloud environments," said Partha Panda, vice president of US channel sales, Trend Micro. "Combining the power of Dell SecureWorks and Trend Micro Deep Security establishes a premier security offering in the cloud and virtualization space. Reliable protection that is simple to use and easy to manage will be fundamental regardless of the server platform being utilized, and we look forward to supporting Dell as this evolution continues."
In addition to Server Protection Services, Dell SecureWorks offers an array of other Managed Security Services, Security & Risk Consulting Services, Threat Intelligence Services, and Incident Response and Digital Forensics Services.
Dell SecureWorks has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the "Leaders" quadrant of the "Magic Quadrant for MSSPs, North America" (November 15, 2012)."1 Dell SecureWorks has also been cited as a "Leader" by Forrester Research, Inc., in "The Forrester Wave™: Managed Security Services: North America, Q1 2012"2 report. Most recently, Dell SecureWorks was ranked as the No. 1 MSSP (Managed Security Services Provider) to watch in Gartner's "Market Trends: Managed Security Services, Worldwide, 2013"3 report.
With thousands of customers worldwide, Dell SecureWorks processes more than 60 billion cyber events daily, giving the security provider an unparalleled view into the attack landscape. This intelligence, combined with the expertise of its Counter Threat Unit (CTU) research team and the advanced technology of its Counter Threat Platform, enables Dell SecureWorks to correlate, analyze and condense billions of cyber events into actionable, meaningful intelligence.
About Dell SecureWorks:
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1. Gartner "Magic Quadrant for MSSPs, North America" by Kelly M. Kavanagh, 15 November 2012.
2. "The Forrester Wave™: Managed Security Services: North America, Q1 2012" by Ed Ferrara with Nick Hayes and Stephanie Balaouras, 26 March 2012.
3. Gartner "Market Trends: Managed Security Services, Worldwide, 2013" by Lawrence Pingree, 30 August 2013.
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