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12 Hot New McAfee MVision Features Unveiled At McAfee MPower

From automated investigations to peer analysis tools to managing native encryption, here's a look at 12 of the most interesting McAfee MVision features debuting at McAfee MPower 2019.

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8. McAfee MVision ePO Management Of Native Encryption

The management of McAfee's native encryption product can now be done through a cloud-managed forum using MVision ePO, according to Kulkarni.

A very large segment of McAfee's customers look to the company for threat prevention and data protection, and see encryption as a key element of both functions, Kulkarni said. Specifically, Kulkarni said native encryption of data on the customer's device is vital to them.

Until now, Kulkarni said customers desiring encryption had to stick with McAfee's on-premise ePO product and couldn't take advantage of the SaaS-driven, cloud-based capabilities offered by MVision ePO. But the integration of native encryption with MVision ePO means that customers will no longer be stuck with that unpalatable choice, according to Kulkarni.

7. McAfee MVision EDR Rollback Remediation

McAfee offers endpoint security and endpoint detection and response (EDR) as an integrated deployment, according to the company. The integration makes it possible for native security controls, advanced behavioral analytics, and credential theft monitoring to operate together and elevate threat event data for investigation and remediation, McAfee said.

McAfee MVision EDR is now able to reverse malicious changes made by malware and return an endpoint to its last known healthy state, according to the company. This frees up time for administrators that would have otherwise been spend remediating or reimaging systems, McAfee said.

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