As part of an OEM agreement, Dell will ship a customized version of Invincea’s endpoint security solution using the Dell Data Protection | Protected Workspace brand.
June 25, 2013
Invincea Inc., a developer of secure virtual containers for advanced malware threat detection, zero-day exploit prevention, and cyber threat forensic intelligence, has announced an OEM agreement with Dell to ship a customized version of Invincea’s endpoint security solution using the Dell Data Protection | Protected Workspace brand. The offering will ship as part of the standard image on Dell’s line of commercial end-user solutions including its Latitude, OptiPlex, and Dell Precision tablets and PCs. The scope of the multiyear agreement involves protection of more than 20 million devices in the first 12 months and tens of millions more in subsequent years.
Invincea’s non-signature based secure virtual container technology will power Dell’s DDP | Protected Workspace offering to secure users—and the networks to which they connect—against online attacks such as spear-phishing, watering hole attacks, Web-drive bys, poisoned search results, Java-based exploits, ransomware/crimeware, social networking worms, and malvertising. The agreement represents the first large-scale deployment by an end-user OEM of Invincea’s endpoint security technology to defend against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and zero-day attacks.