Author: Mike Fey

Mike Fey Michael Fey is executive vice president, chief technology officer and general manager of corporate products for McAfee, part of Intel Security. In this role, Fey drives the company’s long-term strategic vision and core innovation efforts. He is responsible for overall business operations and strategy for corporate product business units and product development teams. Additionally, he is responsible for overseeing the go-to-market initiatives and cross-functional collaboration across sales, marketing, product management, engineering, and threat intelligence research teams. Before assuming his current role, Fey was senior vice president of advanced technologies and field engineering at McAfee, where he was responsible for overseeing vital corporate acquisitions, as well as engagement with global customer executives and prospects to define, design, and implement strategic security solutions. Prior to joining the company, Fey held leadership positions with Opsware, Mercury Interactive, and Lockheed-Martin. He graduated magna cum laude from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a Bachelor of Science in engineering physics and a minor in mathematics.

This week, the Intel Security product community gathers in Las Vegas, Nevada for the McAfee FOCUS 14 conference and exhibition.  In past years, I’ve taken the opportunity to lay out our vision for the evolution of the McAfee product and solutions portfolio, and the integration of this portfolio within the Security Connected Framework. This year’s […]

FOCUS 14 Today we are releasing to the world the Threat Intelligence Exchange (TIE), which, in collaboration with partners in the security industry, uses an open Data Exchange Layer (DXL) to rapidly share information between security sensors, controllers, and endpoints. The goal is to significantly improve the flow of information among your organization’s security products […]

European security researcher Stéphane Chazelashas discovered a critical vulnerability in the command-line shell known as Bash, or GNU Bourne-again Shell, the most widely deployed shell for Unix-based systems. The bug allows arbitrary, injected code to be executed as part of the assignment of environment variables. While Bash is deployed in many systems, including Linux, Debian, […]

The Intel Security Advanced Threat Research Team has discovered a critical signature forgery vulnerability in the Mozilla Network Security Services (NSS) crypto library that could allow malicious parties to set up fraudulent sites masquerading as legitimate businesses and other organizations. The Mozilla NSS library, commonly utilized in the Firefox web browser, can also be found […]

Even if you do not experience the extreme cases, such as the 90% variation in traffic volume that Netflix experiences every day, or the one million new users per day growth rate of WhatsApp, virtualization is taking over your data center. Virtual instances of servers, storage, and networks all offer greater scalability, flexibility, and manageability, […]