DarkMatter, Dell EMC agree to deliver secure storage and analytics
DarkMatter’s end-to-end cyber security solutions will be embedded in Dell EMC’s products and technologies
DarkMatter and Dell EMC have announced a partnership to help regional customers combine cyber threat protection into next-generation storage and analytics.
The agreement will see DarkMatter combine its end-to-end, cross platform in securing networks and data, by accessing Dell EMC's products. DarkMatter solutions will incorporate cyber security, big data analytics and the data centre infrastructure across private and public data, whether housed in data centres or in the cloud.
Faisal Al Bannai, chief executive officer of DarkMatter, said: "By partnering with Dell EMC, we can provide hardened data infrastructure that provides world-class defence against advanced threats while delivering architecture that combines operational efficiencies with accessible and powerful analytics."
"With our industry-leading infrastructure technologies for the modern data centre be it converged architecture, all flash storage, scale out storage, and all being cloud enabled, we aim to empower organisations with the required technology to address the volume of data generated and provide the platform for analytics to empower them to deal with persisting security risks across all business functions. Through this agreement, Dell EMC looks forward to help Dark Matter enable organisations to secure their networks and strengthen their security foundation to combat advanced threats triggered by the digital transformation and driven by the modern cybercriminal," added Mohammed Amin, senior vice president, Turkey, Eastern Europe, Africa & Middle East at Dell EMC.
Data network implementations are themselves part of the cyber security solution, and the use of Dell EMC's technology underpins the security incident and event management (SIEM) solutions that DarkMatter will incorporate into its Dell EMC-powered security deployments.