[Ubuntu in the wild] Dell SecureWorks' security experts use Ubuntu
We are living, are we not, in a world where technology is used both on the surface (communication with friends, sending work projects via email, attending remotely a show, etc), as well as under the surface, latter usually labeled as unofficial or secret areas.
Joe Stewart is a versed engineer working for Dell SecureWorks as security expert.
Essentially, Joe Stewart's activity is rooted into daily monitoring, studying, fixing and blocking security vulnerabilities and malevolent hacking attacks.
Looking for and examining cutting-edge computer attacks and viruses are performed by Joe Stewart in his office (building) with the help of more than 30 computers, machines that naturally are equipped with solid-as-a-rock operating systems and applications, bundle of software capable of shielding the experienced engineer against attacks, as well as suitable for managing and categorizing a massive amount of sensitive data.
As clearly seen in the below image, the Dell SecureWorks department uses computers powered by Ubuntu, furthermore, one can easily observe the Unity launcher on the big-sized monitors.
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