Protecting IoT Data Should Be a Top Priority

Several weeks ago, I had a déjà vu moment when daughters #2 and #3 decided to follow their older sisters’ footsteps and attend out-of-state colleges in the fall. On one hand, I was proud of their accomplishments and independent spirit. On the other, I was saddened to learn … READ MORE

Michael G May 24, 2016

Protect Remote Workforce Anywhere, Anytime on Any Device

Every day, we hear terrifying headlines such as this one – 27 million doctors’ mobile devices at high risk of malware. Our recent Dell Threat Report confirms the increase in malware targeted to Android devices. Fortunately today we are announcing the news of our latest Dell SonicWALL Secure … READ MORE

Patrick Sweeney April 13, 2016

Highlights from Dell World 2015 – the IAM Edition

I just returned from a trip to Austin for my third Dell World since joining the company … and boy how things have changed. Three years ago, it seemed that the people attending Dell World were struggling to get their arms around the idea that Dell sells enterprise … READ MORE

Jackson Shaw October 27, 2015

Asking the Right Questions About IoT Security

In some ways security is like physics or philosophy. In these disciplines an answer leads to more questions and ultimate solutions hover just outside of our reach. To be successful in these fields you have to be passionate about finding answers, but most importantly, you have to love … READ MORE

Ken Blackwell June 4, 2015

Three Key Takeaways from Dell’s 2015 Threat Report

The Dell SonicWALL Threat Research Team gathers information from millions of firewalls, email security, and IPS solutions deployed in more than 200 countries. Our threat research team collects and shares information with 50 plus industry collaborations including WildList, AVIEN, PIRT, APWG, and Microsoft Active Protections Program (MAPP). The threat … READ MORE

Swarup Selvaraman April 13, 2015

Seven Layers of Protection from Hacked Websites

In January 2015, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver announced that his website, which attracts 10 million visitors per month, had been compromised. This followed an announcement by Forbes that a month earlier, in December of 2014, the highly visible “Thought of the Day” flash widget had been compromised as … READ MORE

John Gordineer March 30, 2015
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