This is part two of a two-part series on how to put continuously modern security to work for customers

It seems like forever that mission-critical storage was about providing performance and scale that guaranteed availability to protect against component failures, user errors and natural disasters. Today though this has all changed. With malicious cyberattacks increasing in both frequency and sophistication, mission-critical storage has been forced to evolve toinclude improving an organization’s cyber resiliency posture as well. This is why Dell Technologies has uniquely positioned themselves as the trusted global security partner of choice for solution providers.

Dell Technologies storage portfolio is built for end-to-end continuously modern security 

Every storage product in Dell Technologies portfolio has a design based on the seven-pillar Zero Trust model and NIST framework. This means that authentication, user network, data and application trust are combined with thorough visibility and analytics, plus automation and orchestration. This ensures that all storage is not only as secure as possible, but easy to implement and operate as well.

A quick review of Dell’s powerful lineup tells you all you need to know in this regard. Let’s take a look: 

PowerStore is intelligent, highly automated storage designed to adapt to any future. The newest PowerStore release features over 120 new software-driven innovations to ensure your customers’ workloads are always optimized, available and secure.

PowerMax is the industry’s leading high-end storage platform. With a true scale-out NVMe architecture, comprehensive cyber resiliency, intelligent automation, and seamless cloud mobility, PowerMax features continuously modern storage to power the most critical workloads.

PowerEdge servers are built with a cyber-resilient architecture that builds in security at every phase of the product lifecycle. As servers become more critical in a software-defined datacenter architecture, server security becomes the foundation of overall enterprise security. This means that security features must be built-in at both the hardware and firmware levels and continuously evolve to meet the ever-growing threat landscape.

PowerVault is Dell’s simple, fast, and affordable entry block storage, optimized for SAN and purpose-built for PowerEdge DAS workloads. With high bandwidth and capacity expansion to several PBs,

PowerVault is the ideal choice for several workload types, including High Performance Computing (HPC), SQL and edge use cases.

PowerFlex is a family of solutions that provides the highest levels of security. It offers an effective cybersecurity solution for verticals such as the federal sector, financial services (PCI DSS, DISA STIG, FIPS), healthcare organizations (HIPAA), cloud providers (Sarbanes Oxley, GDPR) in addition to other enterprises.

Unity XT HFA unified storage is designed for performance, optimized for efficiency and built for multicloud. It’s the ideal cost-effective solution for running several general-purpose workloads that don’t require the speed and low latency of NVMe architectures. This solution is an excellent choice for helping cost-constrained enterprises to achieve lower TCO.

Dell’s infrastructure solutions are all built with security in mind. From inception, their objective has been to help ensure that your customers’ environments have end-to-end security. It’s all been designed to work together to provide protection against cyber threats. This is also why they provide a verified supply chain throughout their end-to-end portfolio.

Dell Technologies is your first choice for partnering with to provide continuously modern security for customers. Find out more how you can get involved by visiting here.

Experience part one of this series by clicking here.


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