- McAfee reveals refreshed portfolio of its cybersecurity
- This will optimise its operations and users’ experience
- The new technology uses machines to identify threats
Global cybersecurity firm McAfee on Wednesday unveiled a refreshed portfolio of its cybersecurity solutions that allows rapid response to advanced cybersecurity threats. McAfee’s updated Enterprise Security Manager (ESM 11) leverages a new data architecture optimised for scalability, performance, faster search and collaboration.
This new architecture combined with the newly-launched McAfee Behavioral Analytics and enhanced McAfee Investigator, McAfee Advanced Threat Defense, and McAfee Active Response would help security operation teams optimise their security infrastructure. McAfee ESM 11, and McAfee Behavioral Analytics are now available. McAfee Investigator will be available in April and enhancements to McAfee Advanced Threat Defense and McAfee Active Response will be available in May, the company said in a statement.
“Given the difficulty in finding skilled resources, enterprises need advanced analytics and machine learning-powered solutions to augment the people they have,” said Jason Rolleston, Vice-President of Security Analytics at McAfee.
“By combining the strength and speed of these new solutions with the power of human intellect, security operations teams become faster, smarter, more effective, and more efficient,” added Rolleston.
McAfee ESM 11 shares huge volumes of raw, parsed, and correlated security events, and allows for flexible horizontal expansion with active-active high availability, enabling organisations to rapidly query billions of occurrences.
The new McAfee Behavioral Analytics uses machine learning to identify threats. It distills billions of security events down to hundreds of anomalies to produce a handful of prioritised threat leads. The updated McAfee Investigator has expanded investigation guides that include new navigation features to multi-select findings for faster case closure. IANS