As enterprises continue their journey to the cloud, many are using a hybrid model that engages both the private and public cloud. McAfee has embraced this “hybrid cloud” strategy to enable companies to migrate to the public cloud, and we are investing in the tools and relationships to enable the transition. Working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) is an important part of bringing enterprise-level security to public cloud deployments, and I’m happy to announce two new partner relationships with AWS. Also, McAfee will be joining AWS at the AWS re:Invent Expo in Las Vegas in late November, where we will demonstrate products that customers can use in their hybrid cloud strategy.
McAfee is Now an APN Advanced Technology Partner
For enterprise engagements, McAfee has become an Amazon Partner Network (APN) Advanced Technology Partner. To become an APN Advanced Technology Partner we have demonstrated that our products, customer relationships, expertise and overall business investments on AWS have grown and are meaningful to AWS.
McAfee builds tools that automate the rollout of security controls and security operations consistently across organizations. Our solutions — such as Virtual Network Security Platform, Cloud Workload Security, and Web Gateway — can play significant roles in helping companies adopt AWS securely:
McAfee Virtual Network Security Platform (vNSP): Designed specifically for fully virtualized public and private clouds, vNSP delivers an elastic security control that provides comprehensive network inline intrusion prevention, application protection, zero-day threat detection and visibility into lateral attack movement. The scalable and highly distributed architecture has been certified as “Well Architected” by Amazon. Integration with orchestration and automation frameworks makes this an ideal solution for adoption in DevSecOps environments.
McAfee Cloud Workload Security (CWS): As data center parameters get redefined, the ability to navigate current datacenter workload assets and plot the journey to the cloud requires a map that will safely show the way. Cloud Workload Security provides visibility and protection for your workloads in the cloud with agility and confidence through an integrated suite of security technologies, ensuring control of new parameters.
McAfee Web Gateway (MWG): With its best-in-class malware protection efficacy and policy flexibility, we now have the ability to deploy MWG directly in AWS. This is in addition to the appliance model and SaaS deployment model. MWG boasts the most flexible options in the industry for Web security. With an AWS deployment, customers can not only offload workload from on-premise appliances through hybrid policy enforcement, they can also provide advanced in-line malware detection for SaaS-based apps. This is the same value proposition that McAfee has historically offered for endpoint protection, but we are now able to offer it for SaaS-based applications as well.
To learn more about our solutions that keep you better protected on AWS, visit mcafee.com/ProtectAWS
McAfee Accepted into the AWS Public Sector Partner Program
In addition to the commercial sector, McAfee knows that Government, Education and Nonprofit customers need quality security in the cloud. AWS has accepted McAfee into its AWS Public Sector Partner Program. This designation reflects McAfee’s strong commitment to support public sector customers in their transition to the cloud. As our presence in the AWS Public Sector Partner Program grows, so too will the value of our solutions specifically targeted for the public sector.
McAfee is a Sponsor at AWS re:Invent
Join us the week of November 27th at the AWS re:Invent event in Las Vegas. Visit the McAfee (Booth 1238) at the Venetian. McAfee experts will share strategies and best practices to help customers secure and manage data on AWS. Plus, you can see live how McAfee vNSP expands network protection across virtualized environments.
Make sure to stop by the booth to say hello in person, or via Twitter.
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