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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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6. McAfee MVision EDR Advanced Analytics

Assembling a collection of tools and interfaces can result in it taking longer to uncover and remediate threats, according to McAfee. By integrating products within the same McAfee ePO interface for seamless operation, the company said it's able to accelerate and simplify the threat discovery and remediation process.

McAfee MVision EDR can now identify and prioritize suspicious behavior from contextually rich endpoint data, according to the company. This helps guide and automate in-depth investigations to reduce the tactical train on security analysts, McAfee said.

In addition, McAfee said the advanced analytics enable rapid response with direct actions and broader integration to the security ecosystem.

5. McAfee MVision EDR Automated AI-Guided Investigations

Endpoint detection and response offerings often generate excessive data, Kulkarni said. Kulkarni said organizations will subsequently struggle with sifting through the data and obtaining a signal over the noise.

McAfee is better able to guide customer investigations by using its internally-generated machine learning and threat intelligence, Kulkarni said. The vendor is therefore now able to automatically generate guided rules for the investigation based on the kinds of indicators it's been seeing, according to Kulkarni.

All told, Kulkarni said McAfee's new capability means that a Level 1 or Level 2 Security Operations Center (SOC) is now able to function almost like a far more seasoned Level 3 or Level 4 threat hunting expert.

 
 
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