Security should be a hot topic at MWC 2019. But will it?
Thoma Bravo, the private equity firm rumored to want to buy McAfee, spent billions scooping up security companies in 2018. It also approached Symantec about acquiring that company.
Threat researchers at Netskope and McAfee this week described new and potentially dangerous networking vulnerabilities.
McAfee also added new products to its Mvision enterprise security portfolio including endpoint detection and response and an integrated data loss prevention policy engine across endpoints, networks, and the cloud.
McAfee says Presidents Trump and Obama have malware campaigns named after them. Tenable discloses a flaw that could affect hundreds of thousands of security cameras globally.
Leading cloud access security broker (CASB) vendors McAfee and Bitglass talk security and cloud-native attacks at Black Hat.
Threat researchers discovered that access to multiple U.S. government systems are being sold worldwide on these shops for as little as $10.
The Silver Peak security alliance ecosystem enables customer to choose from eight different security offerings.
One in four organizations using public cloud has had their data stolen, according to McAfee’s latest cloud security report.
McAfee opened new security operations centers in Plano, Texas, and Cork, Ireland. Also today Netskope expanded its cloud security platform to include web access.
The firm plans to add container and serverless security later this year.
The company is working with service providers to embed security in their products.
Symantec, Skyhigh Networks (recently acquired by McAfee), and Netskope are leading vendors.
Cyber Threat Alliance member companies shares threat information daily.
Gartner predicts that 85 percent of enterprises will use a CASB by 2020.