Intel has launched four new platforms designed to protect the digital economy of trust, time and money.
The company said Wednesday its unified defense architecture is comprised of the Dynamic Endpoint, Pervasive Data Protection, Data Center and Cloud Defense and Intelligent Security Operations systems.
“Cybercriminals are forcing cybersecurity companies to redraft the rules of engagement for defending the civilized world; to effectively counteract them, we have to abandon old security playbooks to become more unpredictable and collaborative and make cyber defense a priority,” said Chris Young, senior vice president and general manager of Intel’s security group.
Young added Intel’s new offerings work to integrate, automate and orchestrate the threat defense lifecycle to address security risks.
Dynamic Endpoint is designed to use advanced protection, shared intelligence and consolidated workflows on a single management console to unify endpoint protection, detection and correction, Intel said.
The company added Dynamic Endpoint is delivered through McAfee Endpoint Security 10.5 and McAfee Active Response 2.0 software.
Dynamic Endpoint also works to offer protection against patient zero and ransomware threats; provide machine learning-based malware classification; and give administrators access to threat investigations in real time.
Pervasive Data Protection is built to unify software-as-a-service security across web protection, cloud access security broker, data loss prevention and encryption, Intel noted.
Data Center and Cloud Defense works to integrate server security, network security and threat intelligence sharing to provide a single view of security across data center environments, Intel said.
The system is provided through McAfee Server Security Suite 4.5 and McAfee Virtual Network Security Platform 8.3.
Intelligent Security Operations integrates with the other Intel systems and Security Innovation Alliance partners in efforts to boost and unify visibility, investigation workflows and reporting.
Intel plans to open its McAfee Data Exchange Layer to the industry to help disrupt cyberattackers’ activities.
Organizations and technology providers can use an open source strategy and the beta release of a DXL’s software development kit to join a shared real-time communication fabric and exchange security intelligence.