Threat intelligence isn’t any good if it exists in a silo. McAfee security solutions are connected and optimized to share threat intelligence across your environment.
McAfee solutions extend visibility into all corners of your environment, including the cloud, and bring it together with centralized management and built-in reporting—key to documenting and proving compliance and passing audits.
Make the best use of your threat data. McAfee solutions help you filter through the mountains of threat information to identify indicators of compromise (IOCs) and the key factors that matter most.
Reduce operational risks by automating your responses to potential threats. McAfee puts defenses and remediation into motion, freeing your time-constrained staff to dedicate their time where it is needed the most.
You are moving to the cloud, but you need to do it safely with the proper visibility into activities on both public and private cloud platforms. McAfee solutions extend the essential visibility, threat protection, and data protection that you have on premises into the cloud.
Your biggest risk factor is likely within your enterprise. From employees who inadvertently download malware or expose confidential data, to intentional actions by disgruntled current or former employees, McAfee helps you contain insider threats and limit their impact.
Solutions that meet compliance requirements
McAfee solutions help you comply with a range of government and industry requirements. Our products are certified with the following regulations.
How we do it
We put it into action with the following initiatives and solutions.
Customer success stories
How to buy
Preferred Federal-wide contracts (for all McAfee products and Services)
- DHS BPA
- FBI BPA
State & local government
- NASPO Valuepoint (WSCA)
- Texas DIR: SHI
- Texas DIR: Dell
- Ohio STS Contract
- California SLP Contract:
- New York OGS
TRADE AGREEMENTS CERTIFICATE AND PRODUCTION POINT
McAfee Public Sector LLC hereby states that each end product to be delivered under this contract is a U.S.-made end product, or a designated country end product, as defined in the FAR clause 52.225-5 TRADE AGREEMENTS (Feb. 2016). Any Trade Agreements clauses other than 52.225-5 are not acceptable. Production point for product(s) submitted for this Solicitation is the United States.
Feb. 4–7, 2019 | The Broadmoor (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Industry and DoD experts will convene to discuss the foundational technologies of machine learning and artificial intelligence and how these technologies complement and bolster the internet of things, big data, and cybersecurity. You’ll learn how to apply these technologies to gain the advantage in cyberspace operations today and in the future.Learn More >
Feb. 13–15, 2019 | San Diego Convention Center (San Diego, California)
The premier naval conference and exposition on the West Coast, WEST is now in its 29th year of bringing military and industry leaders together. Co-sponsored by AFCEA International and the U.S. Naval Institute, WEST is the only event in which the makers of platforms and the designers of technologies can network and discuss and demonstrate their solutions in a single locale.Learn More >
March 4–8, 2019 | Moscone Center (San Francisco, California)
This year’s theme is, to put it simply, Better. Which means working hard to find better solutions. Making better connections with peers from around the world. And keeping the digital world safe so everyone can get on with making the real world a better place.Learn More >
March 5–7, 2019 | The New Sanno Hotel (Tokyo, Japan)
Broken down into three days—STEM Education Day, Conference Day 1, and Conference Day 2—TechNet offers multiple training and education opportunities through vendor supplied presentations, thought leadership keynotes, and panel sessions.Learn More >
March 12–15, 2019 | Waterford at Springfield (Springfield, Virginia)
This event will provide an opportunity for government, industry, and academia to discuss the current and future state of the Signal Corps. It will include government and industry presentations as well as tabletop exhibits. This is the single event each year that provides industry an opportunity to meet with leaders who utilize existing and new technology.Learn More >
March 21–22, 2019 | Gaylord National Harbor Resort (Oxon Hill, Maryland)
The Belvoir chapter of the AFCEA supports the Fort Belvoir community by connecting the government with IT industry professionals. Fort Belvoir is home to over 90 diverse tenant and satellite organizations. AFCEA Belvoir members, non-members, government, academia, students, and industry members are encouraged to participate in supporting AFCEA Belvoir’s mission.Learn More >
April 25, 2019 | The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City (Arlington, Virginia)
As cyberthreats become more sophisticated, government agencies are in greater need of actionable threat intelligence and cybersecurity policies to protect against a range of attacks. Join top leaders and innovators from the public sector IT community to discuss key issues central to the future of government cybersecurity and IT.Learn More >