McAfee Deep Defender and Invincea – Stopping the User Targeted Threat

McAfee and Invincea
Spear-phishing, watering hole attacks, drive-by downloads…these are our new realities. The user is the primary target of attack and the endpoint is our new perimeter.

McAfee recently announced the introduction of a revolutionary new set of security controls – The Complete Endpoint Protection Suites (Enterprise & Business) – including Deep Defender, a next generation anti-rootkit technology – to link security from chip to OS to applications to provide real-time monitoring of memory and CPU. McAfee also leads innovation through technology partnerships such as the one it enjoys with Invincea – a pioneer in the use of secure virtual containers to protect the most highly targeted applications (web browsers, PDF readers, Office suite).

When married together, these technologies provide one of the most secure endpoint environments ever seen…and you’ve got to see what this is all about.
Jun 19 2013
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McAfee Deep Defender and Invincea – Stopping the User Targeted Threat
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