Author: Robert Craig

Robert Craig Robert Craig is Sr. Product Marketing Manager for Web Protection at McAfee. Prior to joining McAfee, he had more than fifteen years of enterprise software marketing experience at Intel, Courion, Novell (now NetIQ), Onyx Software and Viador. Previously, he as an industry analyst at Hurwitz Group, program manager at SAIC, and software developer at Digital Equipment Corp. Craig holds a Bachelor’s degree from New York University.

On June 23, Gartner published its Secure Web Gateways Magic Quadrant, and positioned McAfee Web Protection in the Leaders Quadrant for the fifth year in a row. McAfee participates in eight Magic Quadrants and is a leader in six(1). In this Magic Quadrant, Gartner evaluated vendors on their completeness of vision and ability to execute […]

There’s been a tremendous amount of activity over the past few weeks in response to the Heartbleed bug discovered in OpenSSL, an open source tool used by thousands of web sites to encrypt web traffic. The bug enables an attacker to obtain a random 64K chunk of memory which could contain sensitive information, such as […]

A colleague of mine recently recounted a conversation he had with two McAfee Web Gateway customers at an industry event, who complained that malware was still getting into their network. My colleague asked, “Are you using SSL scanning?” and the two customers gave each other that “deer in the headlights” look as they realized that […]

More and more we see social media and other application sites on the Internet providing single sign-on (SSO) as a feature or service to their visitors. I’m sure you’ve visited a site and seen an invitation to logon using your Facebook or Google+ credentials. Many times, these sites also encourage you to share articles to […]

According to a recent survey of IT professionals, conducted by industry analyst firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) and sponsored by McAfee, password management is a huge challenge for organizations: Despite the fact that 55% of respondents believe username/password authentication is no longer secure, 34% of respondents say that their employees have more than five passwords, […]