McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange

McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange

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Panoramica

McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange costituisce una struttura coesa nella quale i prodotti di sicurezza individuano collettivamente le minacce e agiscono come una difesa unificata dando resilienza alla protezione e immunità contro le infezioni. Threat Intelligence Exchange ottimizza significativamente la prevenzione delle minacce, riducendo il ritardo fra l'individuazione e il contenimento da giorni, settimane e mesi a pochi millisecondi.

Il potere della conoscenza — Threat Intelligence Exchange permette agli amministratori di personalizzare facilmente le informazioni complete sulle minacce provenienti da fonti multiple. Questa personalizzazione consente loro di assemblare, ignorare o mettere a punto le fonti di informazioni così da modificare la protezione in base ai rispettivi ambienti e organizzazioni.

Coordinamento in tempo reale — Threat Intelligence Exchange è la prima soluzione a utilizzare lo strato di scambio dati di McAfee, un tessuto di comunicazioni bidirezionali che abilita le informazioni di sicurezza, e la protezione adattiva tramite la semplice integrazione dei prodotti e la condivisione del contesto. Lo strato di scambio dei dati supporta la configurazione automatica dei prodotti, riducendo gli errori ed eliminando gli sforzi necessari ad abbassare i costi operativi e di implementazione dell'integrazione.

Potenzia la protezione esistente degli endpoint — Threat Intelligence Exchange fornisce una rivoluzionaria protezione degli endpoint, poiché usa McAfee VirusScan Enterprise per prendere decisioni accurate in merito all'esecuzione dei file. Gli endpoint sono protetti anche in base al malware rilevato dai gateway di rete, mentre questi ultimi bloccano l'accesso in base alla valutazione degli endpoint.

SIEM tools are key to improving incident response

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Advanced targeted attacks: It takes a system

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Caratteristiche e vantaggi

Informazioni complete sulle minacce

McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange facilita agli amministratori la personalizzazione delle informazioni complete sulle minacce provenienti da fonti globali, quali McAfee Global Threat Intelligence (GTI) e i feed di terze parti, unendole alle informazioni locali raccolte in tempo reale o a partire da eventi passati e provenienti da endpoint, gateway e altri componenti di sicurezza.

Visibilità immediata sulla presenza degli attacchi mirati avanzati

Lo strato di scambio dati di McAfee consente ai componenti di sicurezza di unirsi in modo dinamico a McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange. Le analisi condivise danno una consapevolezza approfondita delle minacce che prendono di mira un'organizzazione. Gli attacchi vengono scoperti tramite endpoint, gateway e altri componenti di sicurezza, uniti in un sistema di sorveglianza in tempo reale.

Protezione proattiva dalle minacce

I dettagli delle minacce, raccolti rilevando il malware presso endpoint e gateway di rete, si propagano in millisecondi attraverso lo strato dello scambio dati, istruendo tutti i componenti di sicurezza a immunizzare precocemente contro le nuove minacce rilevate.

Efficacia operativa insuperabile che abbassa i costi di proprietà della sicurezza

Non solo la resilienza della protezione è maggiore, ma i costi di proprietà della sicurezza vengono abbassati estendendo l'investimento esistente nella tecnologia McAfee di rilevamento, prevenzione e analisi per proteggere in modo tempestivo ed efficiente la tua organizzazione non appena viene scoperta una minaccia.

Requisiti di sistema

McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange richiede i seguenti prodotti:

  • McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator 5.1
  • McAfee Agent 5.0
  • McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.8, Patch 4

 

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McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange integrates, automates, and simplifies to decisively reduce TCO and optimize enterprise security. It eliminates complexity, provides instantaneous speed, and illuminated knowledge that can lower operating costs while streamlining protection and response ― all while freeing valuable security team resources.

Novità / Eventi

Risorse

Infographics

Connected Security Yields Smarter Defenses (English)

Stop emerging threats with applied knowledge — everywhere, instantly.

Panoramiche sulle soluzioni

McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange and Endpoint Protection (English)

McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange and McAfee Advanced Threat Defense work together to provide enterprises with automated, adaptive threats response, which reduces time-to-containment of malicious files. The moment a file is convicted, the entire security infrastructure is informed and updated immediately, providing greatly enhanced visibility and control, from endpoint to network.

Abuso di fiducia

Attackers prey upon the institution of trust in many ways, with exploiting unsuspecting victims the primary pursuit. Learn how McAfee security technology can help protect against attacks seeking to abuse the trust your company has in its day-to-day operations.

McAfee Enterprise Security Manager and McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange (English)

There’s no doubt that organizations face significant challenges protecting their intellectual property and critical assets from the emerging threats that target their environments. This solutions brief highlights how McAfee® Enterprise Security Manager and McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange work together to provide organizations with exactly what they need to fight today’s advanced threats.

Security in Unison (English)

McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange and McAfee Advanced Threat Defense work together to provide enterprises with automated, adaptive threat response, which reduces time-to-containment of malicious files. The moment a file is convicted, the entire security infrastructure is informed and updated immediately, providing greatly enhanced visibility and control, from endpoint to network.

Rapporti

SANS Analytics and Intelligence Survey (English)

This paper explores the use of analytics and intelligence today and exposes the impediments to successful implementation. Organizations that are deploying analytics and intelligence properly are experiencing faster response and detection times, as well as greater visibility. However, many are confused about how to integrate and automate their intelligence collection processes.

Schede tecniche

McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange

Per un riassunto tecnico sui prodotti McAfee elencati qui sopra, vedere la scheda tecnica del prodotto.

White paper

SANS White Paper: Be Ready for a Breach with Intelligent Response (English)

How do we get more visibility into attacks across our environments, improve our response, and reduce response time? The solution is automating functions that should be automated and connecting the dots between detection systems and response. Connecting these dots and applying intelligence provides responders rich context into the observed behaviors for taking action. Integrating these processes improves accuracy, while reducing time, manpower, and costs involved in detecting and managing events. This white paper explores how to achieve this.

Advanced Targeted Attacks: It Takes a System (English)

Adaptive intelligence and real-time communications orchestrate protection in the McAfee Security Connected Platform.

Comunità

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