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Attivo solutions launch on McAfee marketplace

Attivo Networks is one of the first McAfee Security Innovation Alliance (SIA) partners to be included on the new McAfee MVISION Marketplace. The marketplace is a platform that allows customers to procure McAfee and Attivo solutions. McAfee MVISION EDR prevents attackers from compromising an endpoint and the Attivo Endpoint Detection Net (EDN) suite prevents attackers …

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Attivo Networks® Achieves Certified Integration with DXL through the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance

Attivo Networks® today announced that it has achieved technical integration of the ThreatDefend™ Deception and Response platform with McAfee Data Exchange Layer (DXL). Through this partnership, Attivo Networks and McAfee address a rising need to close in-network detection gaps, shorten incident response times, and quickly and easily remediate compromised systems, leading to a simplified Threat Defense Lifecycle. This latest integration complements existing certifications with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator, McAfee Enterprise Security Manager, and McAfee Network Security Platform.

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Attivo Networks® Achieves Integration with McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® Platform through McAfee Security Innovation Alliance™

Attivo Networks® today announced Attivo ThreatDefend™ now integrates with the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee ePO™) platform to provide a comprehensive solution for advanced threat management and response. This technology integration combines the Attivo ThreatDefend Platform with the McAfee ePO console for increased detection of in-network threats and detailed attack forensics and accelerated incident response. Additionally, the company has joined the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance™ (SIA) partner program. Under the SIA program, the companies will work together to integrate ThreatDefend technology with McAfee Advanced Threat Defense, providing customers an adaptive defense solution to combat modern day advanced threats.

Attivo ThreatDefend Now Integrated with McAfee ePO (Learn More, Video)

As deception technology experiences greater attention and adoption, attackers will seek to detect its presence and circumvent basic detection techniques.

The Attivo ThreatDefend Platform, from Attivo Networks, a competitor in the 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, is designed to deceive and captivate the most sophisticated of attackers, even those who may be anticipating deception-based defenses.

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Attivo Integrates With McAfee

Deception vendor Attivo Networks announced a partnership with McAfee that enables its Attivo ThreatDefend to integrate with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator platform. “Together, these solutions empower customers to continuously monitor their network health, gauge anomalies in real time and automate incident response,” Attivo CEO Tushar Kothari stated.

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Attivo Networks® Achieves Integration with McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® Platform through McAfee Security Innovation Alliance™

Attivo Networks®s announced today that Attivo ThreatDefend™ now integrates with the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee ePO™) platform to provide a comprehensive solution for advanced threat management and response. This technology integration combines the Attivo ThreatDefend Platform with the McAfee ePO console for increased detection of in-network threats, detailed attack forensics and accelerated incident response. Additionally, the company has joined the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance™ (SIA) partner program. Under the SIA program, the companies will work together to integrate ThreatDefend technology with McAfee Advanced Threat Defense, providing customers an adaptive defense solution to combat modern day advanced threats.

10 Companies McAfee Could Acquire Now That It’s Independent Of Intel

On The Acquisition Trail

With a new name and the close of its split from Intel behind it, McAfee says it will now look to make moves in the market to expand its portfolio. In an interview with CRN, CEO Chris Young (pictured) said McAfee will have “available to us all option” as it looks to build out its portfolio, including building, partnering, and buying products. When it comes to acquisitions, Young declined to say exactly where McAfee will look to make purchases, saying only that the company plans to “have a broad portfolio.” CRN spoke with analysts and partners about what areas could make sense for McAfee to make some acquisitions, including around cloud, endpoint, and security analytics. Here are ten companies they speculated McAfee could buy in the months to come.

Attivo Networks Selected as Finalist for Distinguished Intel Security 2016 DEVCON Award

Attivo Networks announced today that they were recognized on an elite list of finalists in the “Most Innovative Partner of the Year” category for the 2016 Intel Security Innovation Alliance DEVCON Awards. The distinguished award program, which is hosted every year at the Intel Security Innovation Alliance Developers Conference (SIA DEVCON) – in conjunction with the Intel Security FOCUS Conference, recognizes Intel partners who have made outstanding contributions.

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