Implementing virtualization solutions is challenging enough without security and compliance hindering performance and expected operational returns. With McAfee’s solutions for virtualized environments, you retain the operational benefits of virtualization while ensuring optimized virtual server security and compliance. Our solutions deliver new options for protection and operational efficiency — whether you are consolidating data centers, managing virtual desktop infrastructure, or looking to protect sensitive information within your databases.
As part of McAfee’s Security Connected framework, our solutions deliver real-time visibility and predictive capability enabled by McAfee Global Threat Intelligence (GTI). McAfee GTI allows you to balance the business need to embrace all forms of virtualization while protecting your critical assets and sensitive data from compromise.
McAfee MOVE AV provides strong anti-malware protection integrates with VMware vShield Endpoint to offload key antivirus and anti-malware functions to a hardened, tamperproof security virtual appliance, eliminating agent footprint.
Learn how the McAfee MOVE platform enables security for virtualized environments — without impacting the performance or availability of virtual machines.
McAfee Management for Optimized Virtual Environments (MOVE) AntiVirus optimizes McAfee virus protection for virtual desktops and servers without compromising performance or security, helping you realize operational returns and more effective security management.
McAfee Server Security Suite Advanced is the industry’s first server security solution that safeguards your critical servers from complex threats while preserving uptime and availability.
McAfee VirusScan Enterprise for Offline Virtual Images automatically secures virtual machines while they are offline, ensuring that when they go online, they are virus-free and up-to-date with the latest anti-malware protection.
McAfee Database Activity Monitoring stops attacks in real time, delivers sophisticated audit reports to help meet compliance requirements, and eases vulnerability remediation with virtual patching technology.
McAfee Security Scanner for Databases automatically finds databases on your network, determines if the latest patches have been applied, and tests for weak passwords, default accounts, and other common threats.
McAfee Virtual Patching for Databases shields databases from the risk presented by unpatched vulnerabilities. It detects and prevents attempted attacks and intrusions in real time, without requiring database downtime or application testing.
Secure your virtual infrastructure. Foundstone uncovers vulnerabilities that present risks to your virtual infrastructure and boosts compliance with industry best practices.
Uncover security vulnerabilities in your virtual infrastructure. Foundstone evaluates the architecture, configuration, and management of your virtualized environment to identify gaps with industry best practices and lower risk.
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Traditional technologies for securing the evolving enterprise data center are being adapted by leading solution providers to work across a broad range of datacenter deployment scenarios. Enterprise buyers should look for solution providers that have explicitly adapted their solutions to work together in a layered, defense-in-depth approach for data center security.
Broad adoption of SIEM technology is being driven by the need to detect threats and breaches, as well as by compliance needs. Early breach discovery requires effective user activity, data access and application activity monitoring. Leading analyst firm Gartner has placed McAfee as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management.
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McAfee Data Center Server Security Suites deliver the industry’s first comprehensive solution for securing mission-critical services in today’s mixed physical and virtual environments.
Learn how to implement security at outset of a data center build-out, upgrade, or consolidation for maximum flexibility and advanced threat reduction.
McAfee Management for Optimized Virtual Environments AntiVirus (McAfee MOVE AntiVirus) tailors security systems to the special technical and management requirements of virtualization.
Learn how McAfee MOVE AntiVirus optimizes virus scanning for virtualized desktops and servers, providing essential protection and improved performance.
Learn how McAfee and Citrix are collaborating to deliver a suite of products, tools, and technologies to unlock the power of desktop virtualization for all enterprises.
Learn how the McAfee and Citrix partnership enables Citrix XenDesktop customers to extend management of desktop security to virtual environments using the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator software.
With federal budgets trending downward and both cyberthreats and mandates heading upward, the question becomes, "Can you get comprehensive cybersecurity that provides real-time threat visibility and protection at a reasonable cost? The answer is yes."
McAfee solutions can help federal IT teams support more end users, more workloads, and more geographies, while adhering to strict government compliance standards.
Anyone with the responsibilities around server, infrastructure or computing knows to request, demand and expect 99.999% availability or refer to it as five 9s. So why isn’t there a default expectation to server security whether it’s sitting in a data closet, delivered as IaaS or in the near future instrumented as an element as part […]
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This summer, the Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI) ran into a problem with the Government Accountability Office. The FDCCI’s mission is to consolidate the number of governmental data centers to reduce infrastructure and operational costs, as well as to reduce the overall real estate and energy footprint caused by an excess of these facilities. […]
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“On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog”. More appropriately: “On the internet, nothing knows you’re a dog”. An emerging risk in the Internet of Things (IoT) is associated with the quality of data related to “things”. The risk is not that the data on or in the thing is corrupted itself. The risk it […]
The term “zero-day threat” may sound like the title of a hit film, but it’s definitely not that kind of thriller. A zero-day threat or attack is an unknown vulnerability in your computer or mobile device’s software or hardware. The term is derived from the age of the exploit, which takes place before or on […]
Last year, my colleague Itai Liba blogged about the association between malware and AutoIt, a very convenient environment for malware and tools development. AutoIt allows both easy interface creation for rapid development and full Windows API access for whatever is not directly supported. We have seen an increase in the use of AutoIt scripts by […]
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