Unisys Updates Cybersecurity, Cloud Offerings to Include Dell EMC, Hybrid Integration Features

Unisys unveiled updates to its Stealth cybersecurity software suite and CloudForte migration tool during this year's Dell Technologies World conference held last week in Las Vegas.

Unisys said Wednesday its Stealth software security products were combined with Dell EMC's Cyber Recovery tool to help customers fortify cybersecurity through encrypted technology.

The integrated offering, slated for availability by June, applies Stealth's cryptographic isolation features and Dell's Cyber Recovery vault to secure network traffic in the event of a cyberattack and rapidly launch neutralization, elimination and recovery activities.

In a separate announcement, Unisys said its CloudForte software-as-a-service offering can now support hybrid cloud environments and help accelerate digital transformation.

The automated managed services tool deploys automated technology and data analytics to help customers integrate new and existing information technology assets into a cloud environment.

CloudForte is compatible with a range of VMware cloud offerings including the CloudVelox workload migration tool and the CloudHealth cost management platform.

Unisys currently holds a Titanium partner designation with Dell EMC and is working with the company to support a range of critical cybersecurity operations around the world.

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