Heading to Fal.Con in a few weeks? Now in its seventh year, CrowdStrike’s flagship conference offers security and cloud professionals an opportunity to experience the solutions, understand the trends and learn the latest techniques to better protect their enterprise. As a Premier sponsor this year, Dell Technologies is excited to bring our expertise and experience as a trusted technology partner to the conversation.
As the threat landscape evolves and adversaries find new vulnerabilities to exploit, one thing is clear: Security must function as a team sport. For instance, imagine the chaos that ensues if individual players on a sports team operated in siloes. Unfortunately, when it comes to security, this is what a lot of organizations struggle with today. IT and security practitioners have made significant strides in shoring up enterprise defenses in recent years. That said, there’s still much to be done. According to a 2023 global survey of 4,000 IT decision makers commissioned by Dell, only 33% report their organization has embarked on an exercise to consolidate their security applications.
To be fair, consolidation is a massive undertaking. But we see an equally massive upside. When systems and security applications work together, you tighten the IT-security gap that makes many organizations vulnerable to attack. You are better able to prevent threats. You can detect and respond to suspicious activity more effectively. Essentially, your individual solutions do what they do best, and your overall security program performs better.
Now, what if security providers took on the burden of consolidation for you?
That’s exactly what Dell, Intel and CrowdStrike have done. We have taken a huge step in closing the IT-security gap by combining the power of Dell Trusted Devices, the industry’s most secure commercial PCs*, based on the Intel vPro(R) platform and CrowdStrike’s industry-leading endpoint Falcon security and XDR platform.
Our new integrated endpoint security offering will be a key topic for us at Fal.Con. View the agenda and bookmark a session you won’t want to miss: How Hardware-Enhanced Detection Stops Targeted Attacks. Geared toward practitioners, this 200-level session will demonstrate the value of combining hardware and software security to improve fleet-wide defense in the face of the stealthiest attacks (Tuesday, September 19 at 2:45 PDT).
While you’re at the event, be sure to stop by Dell and Intel’s booth (#401) to sit in on snackable sessions covering key security topics and demo our solutions.
*Based on Dell internal analysis, September 2022. Not all features available with all PCs. Additional purchase required for some features.