Keeping your business' data secure is likely a top priority for you and your business, and at times, it can be harder than you might think. Thankfully, Dell Technologies offers a range of great products for keeping your data and devices secure.
Here are some of the top accessories and devices from Dell Technologies for keeping your business data secure.
- Security for all your computers: McAfee Total Protection 5 Device
- Biometrics on a budget: Kensington VeriMark Fingerprint Authentication Dongle
- A PIN-protected hard drive: Apricorn 4TB USB 3.0 Aegis Padlock Fortress
- Keeping an eye on things: Arlo Pro 3 Wire-Free Security Camera
- A more private router: Linksys LRT224 Dual WAN Business Gigabit VPN Router
- A secure laptop: Dell XPS 13
Want to get heightened security without needing to get all new computers or biometric devices? McAfee Total Protection can be installed on up to five devices, and you'll get a full year of web-browsing protection, a built-in password manager, a file lock, and more.
Many modern laptops have fingerprint sensors built into them, but if you want biometric security without replacing your laptop, Kensington has the solution for you. This fingerprint sensor is small and subtle while still enabling two-factor authentication. The device supports Windows Hello and Fast Identity Online (FIDO) too.
Hard drives often store a lot of essential data, and as such, you'll want to ensure that they're as secure as possible. This particular hard drive is tested on 11 cryptographic levels, with data being protected by AES-XTS encryption, locked behind a PIN code, and only accessible to those with ADMIN rights.
Keeping your data secure may mean keeping physical locations secure, and an excellent way to do that is with a decent security camera. The Arlo Pro 3 offers a 2K resolution, plus it works wirelessly, meaning that it can be used both indoors or outdoors.
Perhaps you are in the market for a new laptop, in which case the Dell XPS 13 is an excellent option. With a built-in fingerprint sensor, a McAfee LiveSafe 12-month subscription, and Windows Hello, the XPS 13 is the perfect choice for the security-conscious.
Keeping your data secure doesn't have to be complicated. In fact, with these solutions from Dell Technologies, it's pretty easy. No matter what aspect of your data you need to protect, there should be something here for you.
If you want to keep your existing computers safe and sound, McAfee Total Protection will take care of the software side of things, while the Kensington VeriMark Fingerprint Authentication Dongle will add a layer of hardware protection.
Of course, you can also keep your external data safe too, with the Apricorn 4TB USB 3.0 Aegis Padlock Fortress. And, if you're in the market for new computers, the new Dell XPX 13 may well be the best way to go.
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