McAfee debuts data center security suites for physical, cloud environments

Summary:Touted to offer more security while using less resources, McAfee's latest release is aimed at servers and databases in a variety of data center environments.

McAfee has introduced a quartet of new data center solutions designed to shore up security within physical, virtual and cloud-based environments.

Essentially, McAfee is aiming to provide a set of solutions that are touted to offer optimal security with less of an impact on server resources and also not jeopardizing performance.

Aimed to specifically protect servers, databases, and virtual desktops, these new Data Center Security Suites are boasted to provide "a unique combination" of whitelisting, blacklisting, AV and virtualization technologies.

Businesses have four security suite options to choose from, and some of the features consist of database activity monitoring, vulnerability assessments, and virtualization support capabilities on all types of servers, which are licensed per Hypervisor.

McAfee's latest data center solutions are now available.

Topics: Security, Big Data, Data Centers, Data Management

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