McAfee Network Security Manager gives you real-time visibility and control over all McAfee intrusion prevention systems deployed across your network. With its plug-and-play operation, easy-to-use functions, and web-based management, Network Security Manager saves you time, trouble, and operating costs.
Network Security Manager and Network Security Central Manager are available as a pre-configured, hardened appliance, or as a software-only option.
Network Security Manager delivers:
Fast deployment — Preconfigured templates, recommended-for-block policies, and a powerful and intuitive user interface enable administrators to rapidly bring up their network intrusion prevention systems.
Real-time control of real-time data — Manage, configure, and monitor all your McAfee intrusion prevention systems. An intuitive, customizable dashboard, accessible through any web browser, makes it easy — no matter where you are.
Faster time to resolution and faster time to confidence — Use up-to-the-minute input from all intrusion prevention system sensors to respond to threats quickly and make the right decisions.
Comprehensive protection — Count on proven management of intrusion prevention system configuration, policy, attack blocking, and automatic response actions for small networks, global enterprises, and high-traffic data centers.
Efficient compliance and reporting — Use our preconfigured threat-blocking policies or create your own policies. Easily define and automate distribution of custom graphical reports for audits and management reviews.
Manage and monitor multiple intrusion prevention devices from a single, centralized system. Get a complete threat and system summary in seconds from an at-a-glance dashboard.
Get reliable, real-time information on all McAfee intrusion prevention systems across your network to accelerate your time to resolution and time to confidence. You can even simulate inline blocking to determine the potential impact when the intrusion prevention system recommends blocking an attack.
Reduce your administration and compliance workloads with integrated, automated policy creation and enforcement, plus enterprise-class auditing and reporting capabilities.
Create custom security policies for different enterprise locations, business units, and remote offices. Global policy editing makes it easy to set consistent policies across devices.
Stop hundreds of attacks right out of the box with 14 predefined intrusion prevention system security threat-blocking policies and hundreds of recommended-for-block intrusion prevention system signatures.
For guidance on how to use Network Security Manager, watch this Quick Tips video.
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Topics : Network Security
Topics : Network Security
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