Posts Tagged 'endpoint protection'

As the largest dedicated security vendor, McAfee’s goal is to help customers and consumers feel secure in the digital world. It’s certainly not simple, and it’s challenging to keep up with the bad guys. One way to do that is to match our adversaries’ aggressive drive to innovate with our own deeper commitment to collaborate […]

Although VMworld wrapped a few weeks ago, we’re still spinning over the excitement and buzz that was generated around the event. VMworld 2014 was a special benchmark for both McAfee and Intel, as we presented the first Intel Security product (the Intel Security Controller), and also showcased Intel Security’s capabilities with a united booth presence […]

I’m delighted to announce that McAfee is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer our Host-Based Security Solution (HBSS) to AWS Cloud customers. As HBSS is so critical to DoD’s security posture, it’s the first of several Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings we’ll do with AWS. Military and civilian government agencies are increasingly […]

I recently wrote a piece in Dark Reading around the notion that Endpoint security is not dead, but instead facing a steadily mounting series of obstacles with relation to the new universe of Internet-connected devices. While there are certainly more challenges to securing corporate networks today, claiming that enforcing Endpoint security policies is basically fighting […]

In May, we wrote about the breach discovery gap, which is the time it takes IT security practitioners to discover a data breach after their systems have been compromised in a cyberattack. We made this critical point: Stopping attacks before they breach and narrowing the breach discovery gap require the ability to detect threats at […]