Protecting your Organization Endpoints with Dell Endpoint Security

Dell Endpoint Security
Your home office, and remote workers use different devices and software programs. Ensure these systems are up and running and keep operating systems as well as applications up to date via regular and scheduled patching. This is critical to maintaining security on all your endpoints.

By providing the necessary tools and resources you need to augment your existing security protocols, Dell Technologies can help keep your environment free from threats—giving you the freedom to focus on strategic business initiatives, and the peace of mind that comes with knowing your endpoints are secure.

In this webinar, we’ll share best practices for amplifying the security perimeter for your remote team with VMware Carbon Black, and how multi-level and built-in layers of security can prevent threats, gain insights, secure endpoint data and help you operate faster.

The Dell SafeGuard and Response portfolio, powered by VMware Carbon Black and Secureworks, provides a comprehensive approach to endpoint threat management.
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