DELL EMC Q&A

“‘People of interest’ were known weeks before terrorist incidents – but data was part of an unsearched, unstructured archive”

Adam Bannister

Editor, IFSEC Global

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Adam Bannister is editor of IFSEC Global. A former managing editor at Dynamis Online Media Group, he has been at the helm of the UK's leading fire and security publication since 2014.
September 12, 2017

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Dell EMC develops hybrid cloud and big-data solutions built on converged infrastructure, servers, storage and cybersecurity technologies for enterprise customers.

Graham Porter, the company’s business development director EMEA for surveillance and security, recently spoke to our US-based media partner SecuritySolutionsWatch about the need to finesse access to archived video, the challenge of managing data from multiple sources and meeting the storage needs of critical national infrastructure – among many other topics.

SecuritySolutionsWatch.com: Thank you for joining us today, Graham. It’s truly an honor to speak with a former member of the Royal Navy and co-creator of the SaaS solution incorporating cloud solutions for public sector and major enterprise customers. Before discussing recent trends and developments, please elaborate for us about your background.

Graham Porter:  In security, a mixed background appears helpful.

Originally an electrical engineer, I was tasked with management of HM Trident submarine fleet electronic security originally to cover a G8 security conference, but thereafter to modernise the systems and processes around securing the naval base which housed the GB atomic weapons arsenal and associated accessories.

For 7 years plus I worked with Cisco as part of their emerging technology team, based in London.

Prior to that, I attach a BIO for your further interest.

SecuritySolutionsWatch.com: In our recent chat with Ken Mills, General Manager, Dell EMC, Surveillance and Security we talked about how Dell EMC is today “#1 In Everything, All in 1 Place” and making the world safer.  Your thoughts, Graham, on this topic?

Read the full interview on SecuritySolutionsWatch.com

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