Speed of response and efficient allocation of resources are essential to mission assurance. Intelligence-driven response helps government enterprises combat today’s threats and maintain service availability as cyberattacks become more stealthy and persistent. Operationalizing these fundamental systems and processes enhances speed, visibility, and accuracy while directing resources for the most efficiency and impact.
Broad and deep visibility into the anatomy of each attack — McAfee detection and analysis solutions provide visibility across the attack chain, from endpoints to the data center. Multiple forms of inline and out-of-band traffic analysis validate suspicious events quickly. As you discover and identify malicious actions and intrusion indicators, McAfee helps you capture and leverage that knowledge to prevent or disrupt in-process events or speed detection in the future.
Rapid, prioritized responses — The McAfee decision framework integrates rich analytical insights into a centralized intelligence exchange and workflow for discovery, prevention, detection, analysis, impact assessment, and response. External threat intelligence is enhanced with local threat intelligence gathered from sensor grids throughout your network and correlated with contextual data. This system drives rapid, prioritized mitigation or remediation by systems and staff. Where possible, policies launch automated responses by McAfee preventative controls at endpoints, network gateways, and data centers to reduce the attack surface and potential impact. Precious intelligence staff can direct their time to the most egregious and insidious events.
Essential to a cyber resilience strategy — McAfee helps integrate tailored and timely incident analysis and response with enterprise IT and strategic decision frameworks. Your defense enterprises can incorporate speed, efficiency, and visibility throughout critical incident management processes and develop measurable points of success.
McAfee Application Control software provides an effective way to block unauthorized applications and code on servers, corporate desktops, and fixed-function devices. This centrally managed whitelisting solution uses a dynamic trust model and innovative security features that thwart advanced persistent threats — without requiring signature updates or labor-intensive list management.
McAfee Endpoint Protection — Advanced Suite delivers proactive anti-malware protection, access control, and centralized policy-based management to keep your assets safe and compliant.
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 Network Security Platform is the industry’s leading next-generation network intrusion prevention system. It protects network-connected devices against advanced, targeted attacks through a combination of sophisticated defenses, including full stack inspection, protocol anomaly detection, advanced behavior analytics, and reputation-based analysis. It delivers integrated visibility and control of over 1,100 network-based applications. It provides hypervisor-aware Intrusion prevention, supports live migration of virtual machines, and scales up to 80 Gbps to meet the performance needs of the world’s most demanding networks.
McAfee Network Threat Behavior Analysis analyzes traffic for network security threats coming from inside your network, including malicious behavior and unusual host interactions. Working with McAfee’s network intrusion prevention platform, Network Threat Behavior Analysis can positively identify bots, worms, spam, and reconnaissance attacks. A single device combines NetFlow feeds with rich Layer 7 data from throughout the network to provide a unified view of network security threats.
McAfee Network Threat Response is a network security solution that specializes in finding that single, all-important security threat: the attack that gets inside the network itself. Network Threat Response is a framework of next-generation detection engines specializing in thwarting advanced persistent threats (APTs), and prioritizes and presents only those security threats that require investigation — cutting analysis time from weeks to minutes.
McAfee Enterprise Security Manager provides the speed and rich context required to identify critical threats, respond quickly, and easily address compliance requirements. Continuous global threat and enterprise risk feeds deliver adaptive and autonomous risk management, allowing remediation of threats and compliance reporting in minutes instead of hours.
Built for big security data, McAfee Global Threat Intelligence for Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) puts the power of McAfee Labs directly into the security monitoring flow using McAfee’s high-speed, highly intelligent Security Information and Event Management (SIEM).
IT professionals charged with protecting the environment can be overwhelmed, ignoring malware attacks or mistakenly diagnosing them as system or network problems. McAfee Foundstone Consulting’s Malware Forensics and Incident Response Education (MFIRE) course is a comprehensive technically oriented course that enables you to respond to malware incidents successfully and reinforce your security posture. In this course, you’ll learn techniques to identify, respond to, and recover from malware incidents.
Online subscription service is available for malware analysis.
HBGary specializes in developing advanced computer analysis products to detect, diagnose, and respond to advanced malware, targeted threats, and other cybercrime activities.
Solera Networks delivers a high-speed network monitoring and forensics platform for complete network capture, classification, indexing, visualization, and reconstruction of any network event.
Through its optimized, connected security architecture and global threat intelligence, learn how McAfee delivers security that addresses the needs of the military, civilian government organizations, critical sectors, and systems integrators.
McAfee offers a comprehensive security portfolio that maps directly to the Continuous Asset Evaluation, Situational Awareness, and Risk Scoring (CAESARS) reference architecture. Learn how McAfee solutions encompass support for all subsystems, including sensor, database, presentation/reporting, and analysis/risk scoring.
The interoperability between TITUS Document Classification software and McAfee Data Loss Prevention (DLP) further reduces your risk of data loss by capturing end users’ inherent knowledge about the sensitivity of documents and making that information available to McAfee host and network-based DLP as visual classification labels and corresponding metadata.
McAfee understands cybercrime investigation and offers a number of products and services to enable law enforcement investigators.
Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) organizations perform critical incident analysis and handling and information dissemination in support of government, law enforcement, critical infrastructure, and other public sector customers. McAfee understands this mission and offers a number of products and services that enable the core missions of international CERT groups.
Learn about the three cyber-readiness solution requirements: continuous asset intelligence, risk assessment across IT and operational assets, and integration with computerized decision support systems.
Learn about the three frameworks required for intelligence-driven response to be effective — decision, detection, and analysis.
Solera Networks, a platform for network security analytics, provides full context to any security event identified by the McAfee Network Security Platform.
There are several solutions for protecting information that offer the added benefit of reducing costs and complexity.
The data center operations team is being tasked with responsibilities from building solutions for continuous compliance and virtualization to consolidation and leveraging the cloud.
The McAfee approach to database security monitors database activity and changes, offers protected auditing tools, enables virtual patching to avoid database downtime, and provides compliance and regulatory templates.
McAfee integrates data and processes to make vulnerability management more effective and efficient. Our approach combines asset discovery and management, comprehensive vulnerability scanning, flexible reporting, and remediation workflows into a single vulnerability assessment solution.
The McAfee solution has two primary components: McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (McAfee ePO) software and McAfee Enterprise Security Manager, with additional integrations to extend visibility and control across the entire security and compliance management environment.
The McAfee solution has two primary components: McAfee Firewall Enterprise and McAfee Network Security Platform. The McAfee Firewall and the IPS appliance both have add-on features that can optimize your visibility into the network. McAfee SIEM and other optional products help extend visibility and analytics to more aspects of network traffic.
Recent headlines (here and here) may have struck fear into those living near major energy installations due to references about the Stuxnet malware. In 2009, this particular strain of malware caused significant damage to the Nantanz nuclear facility, reportedly destroying a fifth of Iran’s nuclear centrifuges. Recent reports about Operation Dragonfly, however, appear to be […]
At McAfee we’re dedicated to providing the most comprehensive and effective toolsets to defend against dangerous cyber threats. This mission is at the core of why we exist as a company. And as cybersecurity experts in DC, we recognize the important components that go into an effective cybersecurity strategy for government entities. These organizations need […]
The term cyberwar pops up almost every day in public media. Regardless of its wide use, the term has been poorly explained. What does it mean? What are the principles framing and governing it? How does it fall within the way we think about war? We will answer these questions, among several others, in a […]
This week, the experts at McAfee Labs released their latest quarterly threats report, which recapped emerging cyber-threats they saw at the end of last year. In addition to some of the trends we know of that afflict big companies and individuals, there are a number of interesting threats that affect users in the federal government […]
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This week, President Obama released his annual draft budget for Fiscal Year 2015. The budget calls for reductions in defense, leaving the physical U.S. military at is smallest level since WWII. At the same time, spending levels for cybersecurity could be increasing – or at least they won’t be declining. This reflects a strategic realignment […]
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