Posts Tagged 'global threat intelligence'
At the 2013 RSA Security Conference, Scott Taschler, Systems Engineer at McAfee, helped sum up the McAfee ESM experience: fast, efficient, and easy to use. McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) delivers fast, intelligent, and accurate SIEM and log management on all systems, networks databases, and applications. McAfee ESM stands out thanks to its tight integration […]
On November 5, Microsoft posted Security Advisory 2896666. This vulnerability, discovered by Haifei Li of McAfee Labs, affects multiple versions of Microsoft Office, Windows, and Lync. Successful exploitation could result in the ability to execute arbitrary code on a vulnerable host (a remote code execution vulnerability). The issue (an integer overflow) lies in the handling of maliciously […]
Financial fraud has a wide range of impact across a society: Providers of financial services may incur the largest losses, but the users of financial services who become victims may be hit much harder. Fraud victims range across the income scale, and even a small fraud can be catastrophic to a vulnerable member of a […]
This is a follow-up discussion from my IoT blog entry on data quality on the Internet and ultimately in the Internet of Things (IoT). In the last post, we pointed out that in the increasingly automated IoT, people often don’t know where their decision-support data has come from? And what if it did not have […]
Now that 9.2 has been out for some time, it’s time to document some of the very cool things the McAfee SIEM can do. While the documentation is a must read for the how, this post is meant to bring you up to speed of the why of some advanced correlation features in 9.2. Remember, […]