Intel Adds 3 New Partners to Cybersecurity Tech Integration Alliance

cybersecurityIntel has added Check Point, Huawei and Hewlett Packard Enterprise‘s Aruba Networks subsidiary into an alliance wherein partner companies can integrate their technologies with Intel’s cybersecurity offerings.

Check Point integrated its firewall products with Intel’s McAfee DXL and McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange to help customers scale and automate their security environments, Intel said Thursday.

Aruba’s ClearPass has been combined with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator and McAfee Enterprise Security Manager to facilitate threat intelligence sharing as well as automatic detection and remediation efforts, Intel added.

Huawei and Intel will collaborate to incorporate indicators of compromise data alerts to McAfee DXL and McAfee TIE to provide behavior analytics and intelligence sharing to customers.

Intel also worked with MobileIron over the past year to provide data protection for mobile devices and unify admin workflows and user experience between mobile and endpoint devices.

Other alliance members such as CyberArk, Exabeam, Fortscale, Gurucul, Interset, Niara and Securonix  integrated technologies with McAfee ESM to offer user behavior analytics products designed to automate the detection of attacks and risk behaviors, Intel said.

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