Dell CEO says ransomware needs layered level defense


Micheal Dell, the CEO and founder of Dell Technologies said that corporate companies can easily prevent ransomware attacks by going for a layered security approach.

Speaking and disclosing his mind at a virtual conference, Dell said that he was extremely pleased with the way White House has taken steps against ransomware spread.

Reacting to Joe Biden’s call for private companies to figure out best practices that help threat cyber attacks, the tech giant head said that his company will do its best in following the executive order pronounced by the US President to improve the Cybersecurity posture of United States critical infrastructure.

With more machines and people connecting to corporate networks, all thanks to the global shut down imposed because of the spread of Corona Virus Pandemic, companies need to come up with resilient networks that help secure the development of digital products and services.

Dell serves its customers with a secure development life cycle assisted by supply chain initiatives like new backup software and managed security services.

Michael Dell also reiterated the fact that companies should learn to consider trust while designing and developing data management solutions. And in next 10 years the amount of data being generated with quadruple than what is being generated today- as per the stats released by Global Data Protection Index study.

Factually , Dell has already joined the initiative to curb ransomware spread by offering data protection solutions that secure endpoints with encryption. For companies that need to comply with GDPR laws, the console detects automatically any new GDPR Machine that connects new to the network by applying all security strategies and policies.

Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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