As the number of connected devices continues to rise, so too does the risk posed by mobile malware and other digital pathogens. Driving security into the silicon fabric of our digital infrastructure is a large step in the journey toward secure, life-changing opportunities through computing. Delve into the facts behind the collaboration of Intel and McAfee that has resulted in hardware and software security solutions to better protect computing—from device to cloud.
Identity protection will be at the heart of tomorrow’s security priorities. Steve Grobman, CTO of Intel/McAfee Technologies at McAfee, describes the security market today and how it might evolve to meet a vital set of needs surrounding digital identity.
A smartphone or tablet armed with multiple types and layers of security stands a far greater chance of safely navigating through today’s treacherous mobile threats. Relying on out-of-the-box security is not enough. Intel and McAfee continue working together to protect users from different attack vectors. Read why devices today should employ four types of protection: device security, Web security, anti-theft, and privacy.
At Mobile World Congress 2013 (MWC) in Barcelona, McAfee and Intel are showing their solutions that will enable businesses to say yes to mobile productivity while keeping devices, data, and applications safe.
The future of our mobile lives was on display at CES 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada, from January 8 to 11. And you know what? The future is looking pretty cool.
As malware creators and phishers refocus their efforts on the burgeoning world of apps, McAfee and Intel are teaming up to offer consumers strong protection across their range of connected devices. Get the inside story on today’s security risks and the ultimate protection solutions.
While mobile communication is undergoing a paradigm shift, McAfee and Intel are doing their best to head off potential security disasters. Get insights from McAfee on where hackers might be heading, and on anti-malware software and hardware-based security developments.
Security professionals from all over the world attended the McAfee FOCUS conference and put their heads together for new ways to stay ahead of the bad guys. On everyone’s minds were topics surrounding the ways in which Intel® and McAfee are partnering to keep users secure.
Intel and McAfee have their eye on the future of security thanks to advancements in mobile technology and the cloud. They are working together to design solutions in execution control, identity protection, data and asset management and security monitoring and remediation.
The future of innovation is wide open, and we’re showcasing the possibilities at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco. Your software can change the world and IDF is our opportunity to display the technologies that will help you do it.
As we share more data, our concerns over privacy have become more pressing. Software developers are on the frontlines of cloud innovation and are often the first to field users’ questions and concerns about privacy. Are you ready to protect your app and your customers?
By nature, core functionality, user experience, and time to market are the priorities for mobile app development. But consider this: if you focus solely on form and function while developing your app, you’re putting your users at risk. And that negatively affects the user, no matter how beautiful, easy-to-use, and timely your application may be.
With data breaches, passionate hackers, and just regular old human error, the digital world is a bit like an open door to someone (anyone) grabbing what they want from you. You’ve probably heard the recent news about Intel and McAfee joining forces -- another way Intel’s got your back when it comes to security and your software development. What are the other ways we have you covered on security?
Call a halt to desk-side visits, truck rolls, and endless helpdesk calls due to security incidents or outbreaks. Discover the benefits of McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee ePO™) Deep Command™ and Intel® vPro® Active Management Technology (AMT) for automated, beyond-the-operating system management.