Storage Security for Life Sciences

I’ve attended a handful of genomics/life sciences events this year, including the GET Conference and Bio-IT World, and the one of the first questions people always ask is “how secure is your storage?”

The simple fact of the matter is that Isilon storage was developed to accommodate any level of security or procedures that a company wants to place on it. Security is always driven by the core operating system and Isilon storage is protocol-agnostic, so to speak–it can work and talk with any type of security product in your data center.

Isilon partners with Vormetric, a provider of products and services to protect enterprise information from unauthorized access or theft. Isilon storage is also certified with Symantec NetBackup backup and recovery software for NDMP backup and recovery, providing enterprise customers with full interoperability with Symantec NetBackup® data protection software, as well as a range of other data protection solutions.

Of course this doesn’t just apply to life sciences, but any company implementing Isilon storage in its data center. If you’d like to learn more, connect with Isilon–we’re ready to talk through your data security needs.

Sam Grocott

About the Author: Sam Grocott

Sam Grocott is the Senior Vice President of Business Unit Marketing at Dell Technologies, which focuses on all infrastructure and client solutions and the associated services portfolio. BU Marketing also includes key GTM activities across the portfolio, including portfolio marketing, competitive intelligence, APEX, Edge, and Telecom marketing. Sam began his career with Isilon Systems in 2001, leading Product Management, and was responsible for helping bring to market Isilon’s first products in 2003. After EMC acquired Isilon in 2010, Sam led the marketing and product management team that delivered the industry-leading scale-out NAS offering. When Dell acquired EMC in 2016, Sam’s role expanded to include the entire Dell EMC Infrastructure Solutions portfolio for Marketing. This shift set into motion what resulted in the creation of Business Unit Marketing, representing the entire Dell Technologies portfolio.