McAfee Endpoint Protection News
April 01, 2016
Roughly half of survey respondents indicated that their organization is shifting away from static scanning as the primary protection for endpoints.
October 28, 2015
Intel Security unexpectedly moved several McAfee SaaS endpoint and email security products to end of life just prior to announcing a new corporate strategy this week.
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McAfee Endpoint Threat Protection is an antimalware protection product that is designed to secure Windows systems against malware, data loss and other threats in standalone or networked environments. Continue Reading
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Expert Bill Hayes takes a closer look at McAfee Total Protection for Data Loss Prevention, a DLP software suite for deployment on hardware and virtual appliances. Continue Reading
Every IT shop has different needs when it comes to endpoint management tools. Although feature and console requirements may differ, all tools must provide users with the access they need. Continue Reading
With new and improved features in Windows 10, plus ever-changing third-party utilities, IT administrators have plenty of desktop management tools at their disposal. That might seem like a good thing, but it's a double-edged sword. Lots of options on the table makes for a tough decision, and the tools often differ in such a way that they can't be compared easily. The best course of action is to figure out which features you need -- such as malware protection, threat intelligence and mobile device management -- then shortlist and test some tools from there.
Vendor-neutral rankings also help with the decision-making process. And if you need cutting-edge or newer kinds of endpoint support, you can base your search for the right tool on those features as well. Consider whether you need endpoint detection and response capabilities, for example, and go from there.Continue Reading