McAfee solutions help you establish and prove compliance with the ever-expanding number of industry and government regulations. With McAfee, you can build a sustainable, unified approach to the controls required for compliance with the North American regulations protecting private, financial, and other sensitive data, such as:
Because regulations often leave room for interpretation, and many organizations are subject to five or more overlapping regulations, McAfee helps unify the controls required to secure your business and demonstrate compliance, mapping to a common, consistent set of controls. This consolidated view saves you effort and moves you toward an optimized security architecture.
McAfee’s endpoint-to-network portfolio gives you broad coverage over data loss, insider threats, access gaps, and malicious attacks. We help you understand where your regulated data is located, and how to implement policies and controls to protect it. Reporting templates help you generate the paperwork required for proof. Through automation and integration, you regain time you can direct to your core business initiatives.
After implementing McAfee's SIEM solution, this systems integrator partner reduced security administration expenses, improved risk detection, and cut the time required to managed security events by 50%.
McAfee Total Protection for Data Loss Prevention (DLP) safeguards intellectual property and ensures compliance by protecting sensitive data wherever it lives – on the network, in storage systems or at the endpoint, while saving time and money with centralized deployment, management, and reporting.
McAfee Complete Data Protection — Advanced offers strong encryption, authentication, data loss prevention, and policy-driven security controls to help block unauthorized access to your sensitive information — anytime, anywhere.
McAfee Content Security Blade Server protects enterprise networks from spam, malware, and other intrusions with a single, high-performance solution. Based on next-generation blade server architecture, Content Security Blade Server reduces IT costs, cuts complexity, and easily scales by inserting additional scanning blades to address future capacity requirements.
McAfee Host Intrusion Prevention for desktop helps keep your business safe and productive by monitoring and blocking unwanted activity with a comprehensive three-part threat defense — signature analysis, behavioral analysis, and system firewall — all easily managed from one central console, the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) platform.
McAfee Host Intrusion Prevention for Server delivers protection from complex threats instigated by cybercrooks. It helps you maintain business uptime by protecting critical corporate assets, including servers, applications, customer information, and databases.
McAfee Firewall Enterprise is a next-generation firewall that restores control and protection to your network.
McAfee Network Security Platform is the industry’s most secure network intrusion prevention system (IPS). Backed by McAfee Labs, it protects customers on average 80 days ahead of the threat. It blocks attacks in real time, before they can cause damage, and protects every network-connected device. With Network Security Platform, you can automatically manage risk and enforce compliance — while improving operational efficiency and reducing IT efforts.
McAfee Network User Behavior Analysis delivers real-time visibility into what users are doing on your network and how they are using critical business applications. This intuitive view provides the decision support information you need to reduce risk and meet compliance requirements. Automated monitoring, based on packet capture, as well as analysis and instant correlation to security policy, dramatically increase accuracy and reduce the time and effort required to detect behavioral anomalies.
McAfee Total Protection for Compliance makes compliance easy with the industry’s first integrated solution for vulnerability management, compliance assessment and reporting, and comprehensive risk management.
McAfee Application Control ensures only trusted applications run on servers and endpoints. It reduces risks from unauthorized software, boosts endpoint control, extends the viability of fixed-function systems without impacting performance, and lowers operating costs.
McAfee Change Control enforces change policies and provides alerts to file integrity issues, while providing options to easily block unauthorized changes to critical system files and directories.
McAfee Policy Auditor automates data gathering and assessment processes required for internal and external system-level IT audits.
McAfee Vulnerability Manager finds and prioritizes vulnerabilities and policy violations on your network. It balances asset criticality with vulnerability severity, enabling you to focus protection on your most important assets.
Detect and prevent the unauthorized transmission or disclosure of sensitive information. McAfee Foundstone reduces your risk of exposure by identifying sensitive data copied or currently in transit from its original intended container.
Build a better, more effective incident response and management program. McAfee Foundstone analyzes the gaps in your incident management program and offers recommendations to improve your emergency response protocol.
Meet information security compliance requirements. McAfee Foundstone assesses gaps in your organization’s regulatory and compliance status and makes next-step recommendations.
Assess your vulnerability management program. McAfee Foundstone analyzes the gaps in your program to ensure you have the right balance of people, process, and technology.
Strategies to mitigate targeted cyber institutions are mapped to McAfee capabilities — addressing the Top 35 Mitigation Strategies from the Australian Defence Signals Directorate (DSD).
By Kent Landfield, Director of Standards and Technology Policy, Intel Security, and Malcolm Harkins, Chief Security and Privacy Officer at Intel When the Administration released the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity (the Framework) on February 12, 2014, many of us at Intel and Intel Security were familiar with the details, as we had participated […]
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There’s been a lot of talk about the value of public-private partnerships in moving the U.S. toward a more robust cyber security posture. And let’s be honest: there’s also been a lot of private sector skepticism about how much the Administration really believed in the concept or how much they would do to make it […]
McAfee is based in Silicon Valley, but we know there’s more to tech than California. We recently joined the National Institute of Standards and Technology to launch the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, a joint effort among high-tech business, federal, state and local government and local universities located in Rockville, Md. The goal of the […]
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Nothing is as frustrating as when something goes wrong, especially when you have time constraints. NIST has just released Special Publication 800-53, Revision 4: Security and Privacy Controls for Federal Information Systems and Organizations where a few notable items have been added to increase the confidence that security, practices, procedures and architectures of information systems […]