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TechBytes: Protection Wherever Life Takes You with Dell Technologies & McAfee (Episode 4)

On this episode of StartupNation TechBytes, learn how Dell Technologies and McAfee are helping small businesses and consumers beef up their cybersecurity.

Matt Papendorf, Dell Senior Advisor and OEM Security Brand Manager, and Megan Wright, Dell Small Business Associations Lead, discuss McAfee’s all-in-one approach

Among the recommendations discussed by Papendorf and  Wright, customers should review what they actually need before deciding on cybersecurity because “there’s a lot of security packages in the market that will have a lot of additives and maybe more bulk than you need in your security solution.”

They also discuss:

  • the special security needs for mobile devices,
  • the importance of scaling your security with your business,
  • why you shouldn’t presume your operating system package is enough,
  • and how you get what you pay for when it’s free.

For more on the all-in-one protection that McAfee offers, check out:

All-in-One Protection Wherever You Go

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