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Overview

The Security Connected platform from McAfee provides a unified framework for hundreds of products, services, and partners. Any organization can improve its security posture and minimize operational costs through the platform’s innovative concepts, optimized processes, and practical savings.

  • Innovative — The platform leverages a real-time data exchange framework, collective threat intelligence, high-performance analytics, and open security management to make endpoint, network, and cloud countermeasures protect as one.
  • Optimized — Actionable intelligence and situational awareness enable the optimal balance of risk mitigation, prioritized resources, and operational value.
  • Practical — The Security Connected Reference Architecture helps you adapt the Security Connected vision to your unique risks, infrastructure, and business objectives.

 


Trending Topics

  • Why CISOs should come to FOCUS 14: This year’s event includes more customer case studies and best practices than ever before, spiced with visionary discussions on trends, product roadmaps on the Security Connected platform, and private briefings with architects. Preview Security Connected sessions now.
  • Critical Security Controls Adoption: Documenting improvements in visibility and risk posture, as well as a trend to adopting SIEM and threat intelligence, the new SANS Institute survey offers a progress report on the top 20 critical security controls (CSCs) for effective cyber defense. Learn more.
  • In New Brunswick, life is SIEM-ple: The Government of New Brunswick has adopted SIEM, helping them communicate risk strategically and manage incidents efficiently. Learn more about what they are doing and how you can do the same.
  • Black Hat 2014 Survey Results: Conference attendees agreed that advanced malware is still a major issue and a one-point product is not enough for protection. See how Security Connected can help mitigate risk.

Case Studies


Texas Tech University Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) "My advice to anyone looking at security solutions is to focus on integration." State of Colorado Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) in Colorado “Instead of focusing 80% of our time and resources on compliance with regulations such as PCI and HIPAA and 20% on real security risk improvement, the idea was to flip that.”
       
new brunswick Government of New Brunswick (GNB) “With this project, our goal was to improve the view into GNB-wide security events while at the same time leveraging existing security solutions.” sutherland.jpg Sutherland Global Services “For our security infrastructure, we needed much more than a technology vendor. It was absolutely essential that we built a relationship with a partner that could help us manage our diverse set of customer requirements and a constantly evolving threat situation.”

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    Karl Klaessig - September 24, 2014

    In our last blog, The Evolution of SIEM: Part 1, we briefly touched on the capabilities that make our SIEM solution, McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM), stand out. In this blog, I am going to drill down into the individual capabilities and discuss the benefits of each for you, and your organization. Today’s threat environment […]

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