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Update: Dell storage platform security bugs allow root access

Security researchers recently unearthed up to nine security vulnerabilities in Dell EMC's Isilon OneFS platform that could allow remote attackers to launch social engineering attacks and subsequently access the Isilon systems at root.

Report: Dell domain takeover could have spread malware

Dell computer users could have possibly been exposed to malware last summer after visiting a third-party customer support website, whose domain was suddenly taken over by an unaffiliated company.

82% of global and IT business pros are concerned about GDPR compliance

New global research from Dell reveals the lack of awareness among SMBs and large enterprises of the requirements of the EU's GDPR, going into effect in under two years

Security teams can better enable digital transformation if invited earlier to the party

According to new global research from Dell's Digital Transformation Security Survey, security is often seen as a barrier to digital transformation, therefore brought into the process too late to make a meaningful impact.

RSA 2016 (video): Budget allocations biggest headache for security, says report

The Dell Data Security Report found that 82 percent of IT and business decision makers surveyed have tried to limit employee access to data across their locations,

Free honeypot tool launched at RSA 2016 to help network admins

A free honeypot chock full of fake domain credentials has been created to educate administrators on trapping and blocking attackers.

Encryption increasingly used to hide attacks, says new report

Dell's new threat report adds further evidence to support the observation that attackers are increasingly hiding activity within HTTPS.

Dell's SecureWorks files for IPO

SecureWorks, the cyber-security division of Dell, put in paperwork with the US Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday to initiate an IPO.

Win32/CompromisedCert.D is now certifiably Dell-stroyed

Windows Defender has come to the rescue giving users the ability to detect and remove the vulnerable Dell certificates from the certificate root store, as well as the affected binaries that might re-install it.