Today, targeted attacks are designed to defeat security systems through a variety of approaches that either confuse defenses or avoid them completely.
As a part of the McAfee Advanced Threat Defense solution, McAfee has transformed the act of detection by connecting advanced malware analysis capabilities with defenses — from the network edge through the endpoint — and sharing threat intelligence with the entire IT environment. By sharing threat intelligence among management, network, and endpoint systems, McAfee immediately shuts down command and control communications, quarantines compromised systems, blocks additional instances of the same or similar threats, assesses where damage may have occurred, and takes action.
McAfee Advanced Threat Defense enables organizations to not only detect today’s stealthy attacks but also convert information into action and ultimately, protection.
Address the three key requirements needed to solve today’s advanced threat prevention objective: find, freeze, and fix. McAfee Advanced Threat Defense finds advanced malware and integrates with McAfee security solutions to freeze the threat, identify vulnerable machines, and initiate fix or remediation actions.
Reduce the chances of missed malware or false positives. McAfee Advanced Threat Defense uses sophisticated static code and dynamic analysis (sandboxing) to provide the most detailed assessment and data on malware classification. Stealthy malware and zero-day persistent threats are packed or obfuscated to evade detection. Advanced Threat Defense employs strong unpacking to break through evasive techniques, enabling thorough analysis and accurate classification. With broad operating system support, threats are analyzed under the same conditions as the actual host profile, so you catch more malware with fewer false alerts.
Quickly and seamlessly move from advanced malware analysis and conviction to advanced threat protection and resolution — a more comprehensive, efficient solution to the malware problem. Down selection — first using a mix of signatures, reputation, and real-time emulation — helps quickly identify a broad range of malware, producing fast detection results and reducing the number of files requiring more thorough sandbox analysis.
Centralized deployment enables multiple McAfee network devices to share the same malware analysis appliance, reducing the number of required advanced threat protection appliances, simplifying administration, and cost-effectively scaling security across your network. Advanced Threat Defense can leverage your existing McAfee security solutions, reducing the need for network rearchitecture and minimizing operational costs.
McAfee offers all essential components to find advanced malware, freeze the threat, and initiate a fix. Offering an end-to-end solution that integrates advanced threat analysis, network products, and endpoint solutions, McAfee provides organization-wide visibility and context for threats, while reducing response time and simplifying remediation.
McAfee Advanced Threat Defense is a self-contained device. There are no minimum software or hardware system requirements.
|Appliance Hardware Components||ATD-6000||ATD-3000|
|Dimensions||2RU Rack Mountable 17.24"W x 3.43"H x 28"L||1RU Rack Mountable 17.25"W x 1.70"H x 29"L|
|Weight||50 lbs.||33 lbs.|
|Storage||Disk space HDD: 4 x 4TB
SSD: 2 x 800 GB
|Disk space HDD: 2 x 4TB
SSD: 2 x 400 GB
|Maximum Power Consumption||2x 1,600W||2x 750W|
|Redundant Power Supply||AC redundant, hot swappable|
|AC Voltage||100-240 V at 50–60Hz and 8.5 Amps||100-240 V at 50–60Hz and 5.8 Amps|
|Temperature||+10° to +35° C (operating) -40° to +70° C (non-operating)|
|Relative Humidity (Non-Condensing)||Operational: 10% to 90%; Non-operational: 50% to 90%|
|Safety Certification||UL 1950, CSA-C22.2 No. 950, EN-60950, IEC 950, EN 60825, 21CFR1040 CB license and report covering all national country deviations|
|EMI Certification||FCC Part 15, Class A (CFR 47) (USA), ICES-003 Class A|
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McAfee Advanced Threat Defense is a core component of the McAfee network security portfolio and the Security Connected framework. McAfee has transformed the act of detection by connecting advanced malware analysis capabilities with defenses — from the network edge through the endpoint — and sharing threat intelligence with the entire IT environment.
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Topics : Network Security
Topics : Security Management, SIEM
Topics : Network Security, Security Management
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