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33 Hot New Security Products Announced At Black Hat 2017

Sarah Kuranda

McAfee

McAfee made several announcements to enhance its portfolio at Black Hat 2017, particularly adding to its machine learning capabilities. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company announced the launch of McAfee Advanced Threat Defense v4.0, which adds machine learning and automation capabilities to better detect threats. The McAfee ATD Email Connecter also extends those capabilities to email by forwarding suspicious attachments to the Advanced Threat Defense solution.

McAfee also announced enhancements to its Enterprise Security Manager offering, adding new risk assessment capabilities, a new McAfee Connect content portal, and the ability to monitor and analyze cloud activity, including around Office 365. McAfee also announced further product integrations in its portfolio, including unifying its McAfee Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Endpoint, DLP Prevent, DLP Discover and DLP Monitor for better efficiency, integration and analysis, and a new integration between its McAfee Cloud Threat Detection and McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange to forward malicious samples from the endpoint to the cloud sandbox for analysis. Finally, McAfee announced a new online portal for its OpenDXL initiative.

 
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