McAfee Total Protection for Internet Gateways

McAfee Total Protection for Internet Gateways

Comprehensive security for web, email, and data loss prevention

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Overview

McAfee Total Protection for Internet Gateways bundles the software licenses for McAfee Web Gateway, McAfee Email Gateway, and McAfee Network DLP Prevent into a one suite purchase. This unified approach offers the right security to protect your users and data from today’s inbound and outbound threats.

  • Protection against Web 2.0 blended and targeted malware attacks
  • Email free of spam, malware, phishing attacks, or other email-borne threats
  • Reduced bandwidth and malware cleanup costs while increasing employee productivity
  • Safe web surfing without fear of phishing, spyware, and other attacks
  • Safety for both structured (e.g., credit card numbers) and unstructured data (e.g., financial records or blueprints) throughout the entire enterprise
  • Assist in achieving industry and regulatory compliance

Total Protection for Internet Gateways includes unique licensing arrangements that allow you to have the best protection at the lowest possible total cost of ownership. Because McAfee can combine leading technologies into one packaged solution, Total Protection for Internet Gateways is easy on today’s tight budgets.

Features & Benefits

Get strong, proven malware protection

Reduce your exposure to blended threats and targeted attacks with the top-ranked, industry-leading anti-malware solution.

Realize effective spam detection

Eliminate virtually all spam with better than 99% detection and protect your users, storage, and servers.

Protect structured and unstructured data

Leverage our highly-accurate, detailed classification engine to quickly and easily identify both known and unknown sensitive data.

Maximize administrative efficiencies

Reduce your administrative overhead with simplified footprints, rapid deployment, and enterprise-wide compliance reporting.

Use global intelligence services

Leverage the security expertise of McAfee Labs to protect your business-critical web and email applications.

Automatically enforce industry and regulatory controls

Apply policies consistently to stop sensitive and protected data from leaving the enterprise through email and web traffic.

Get the industry’s best web protection

Fight Web 2.0 threats with the #1-rated malware protection; McAfee Web Gateway uses proactive intent analysis to filter out objectionable content from web traffic in real time, defending against both known and unknown threats.

Protect your webmail application

Extend integrated security to Outlook Web Access, iNotes, and other common webmail applications.

Gain backscatter protection

Identify and block false non-delivery notices forged by viruses and spammers.

Filter on category

Take advantage of comprehensive and granular category coverage; the McAfee TrustedSource Web Database provides a proven repository of more than 25 million websites that can be blocked across more than 90 categories.

Use powerful reporting tools and customizable dashboards

Learn how your organization uses the web, identifies usage trends, isolates problems, documents inappropriate web activity, complies with regulations, and uses this information to tailor your filtering settings to best enforce your web-usage policies.

Integrate with Web Proxies and MTAs

Use X-Headers for the required action and eliminate unauthorized transactions at the application layer rather than simply dropping the TCP session.

Use comprehensive data classification

Identify and protect more than 300 different content types, in 12 spoken languages, including complex intellectual property.

Community

Blogs

  • Don’t Let Cybercriminals Go Phishing in Email Inboxes
    David Bull - January 26, 2015

    One Phish, Two Phish: How Cybercriminals Reel in 80% of Users with Deceptive Emails We’ve all seen it. The innocent-looking message from what appears to be your bank, reminding you that it’s time to update your account information with the simple click of a link and the entering of some personal information. Everything looks in […]

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  • Optimizing DAT Performance: Smaller Is Better
    Vinoo Thomas - January 6, 2015

    I want to share some of the good work McAfee Labs did in the past year in optimizing and enhancing the V2 DATs (malware definition files, also known as AVV DATs) used in McAfee VirusScan Enterprise and other McAfee enterprise products. In 2014, we reduced DAT size by more than 45% to about 70MB, down […]

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  • McAfee Labs Researchers Offer Master Class in Security at Oregon State
    Christiaan Beek - January 5, 2015

    For McAfee Labs the New Year will start with a lot of excitement. During the next 10 weeks, several of us researchers will teach a master class at Oregon State University. During this class, “Defending against the Dark Arts,” more than 60 students will be served a diversity of topics, including malware, forensics, memory analysis, […]

    The post McAfee Labs Researchers Offer Master Class in Security at Oregon State appeared first on McAfee.

  • Slow File Infector Spies on Victims
    Sagar Gulhane - December 22, 2014

    In the middle of 2012 McAfee Labs observed the complex malware XDocCrypt infecting documents, Excel workbooks, and executable files. Recently we have seen a similar infection method that attacks PDF, MSI (Windows installer), and executables, though the current malware is not as complex as XDocCrypt. W32/PDFCrypt is not complex. The coding standards, propagation methods, stealth […]

    The post Slow File Infector Spies on Victims appeared first on McAfee.

  • What is Ransomware?
    Robert Siciliano - December 22, 2014

    Imagine that you want to pull up a certain file on your computer. You click on the file and suddenly a notice flashes on your screen saying your computer has been compromised and in order to get your files back, you need to pay up some money. This, ladies and gentlemen, is ransomware, a nasty […]

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