Read the news on any given day and you’ll see a constant barrage of headlines detailing banks, gaming companies, and even news organizations being hacked by cyber criminals. These criminals can steal credentials, personal employee or customer information, and even intellectual property. Customers want to make news headlines – but not as the victim of a hacker attack. McAfee Deep Defender is the only hardware-enhanced endpoint security solution. And, according to AV TEST, is the only solution to score 100% in rootkit protection.
In part two of a new five-part blog series on Redefining Endpoint Security, we explore some of the new security threats facing customers, but most importantly, we feature the products that can help you differentiate, grow, and prosper as a McAfee partner.
Last week, we covered Real Time for ePO with its amazing technology inside that helps collect McAfee endpoint security product status instantly.
This week, we’ll take a closer look at Deep Defender, the first McAfee product built on DeepSAFE technology co-developed with Intel.
Many companies understand how network security works and run operating-system level security (and may think they’re protected), but cyber criminals’ malware can circumvent traditional network security solutions that work within the operating system.
Deep Defender is a proactive solution that works on kernel-level threats and beyond the OS to help keep networks safe. Think of it as a super hero hiding in your customers’ infrastructure to stop threats.
Deep Defender is deployed using the ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) management console and supports Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors.
Advantage for McAfee Partners: Protecting Your Customers from the Start
For McAfee partners, this means you can recommend a solution that protects your customer from the start. Deep Defender automatically removes rootkits once deployed.
With a security solution that works beyond the operating system, there’s a new vantage point for security.
Learn more about McAfee Deep Defender and stay tuned for part three of our Redefining Endpoint Security series next week.