McAfee announces the availability of McAfee UCE

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McAfee today announced new innovations to its cloud-native MVISION platform with the availability of Unified Cloud Edge (UCE), which provides unified data and threat protection from the device level to the cloud. With this announcement, McAfee becomes the only vendor to provide a converged security solution to simplify the adoption of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture, which aims to increase security and reduce the cost and complexity of modern cybersecurity.

McAfee UCE was designed with a cloud-first mindset to simplify the implementation of SASE. It creates a safe environment for the adoption of cloud services and enables secure access to the cloud from any device for ultimate productivity across the workforce. By enforcing consistent policies across device, web and cloud, UCE protects data as it leaves the device, travels to and from the cloud, and within cloud services to create a new secure cloud edge for the enterprise. McAfee also announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Light Point Security, an award-winning pioneer of browser isolation.

“The dispersion of data to the cloud, coupled with the myriad of devices available today has forever changed how we protect critical assets,” said Ash Kulkarni, executive vice president and chief product officer, McAfee. “To recognize the full potential of the cloud, IT needs to secure data in cloud services they do not own and on networks they do not operate. UCE enables organizations to mount a powerful data-centric defence where modern work is done – from any device to any cloud service.”

Available March 2020, UCE brings together the capabilities of McAfee Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Secure Web Gateway (SWG), and DLP in one cloud-native platform. Key benefits include:

• Comprehensive visibility and consistent control over data from device to cloud. Enterprises have traditionally focused on implementing DLP on the device. As data moves to the cloud, they now face the daunting task of migrating these policies to the cloud. UCE reduces this operational overhead by synchronizing DLP policies and supplies comprehensive visibility and control across device, web and the cloud.

• Consistent threat protection with unified management and investigation. UCE supplies the ability to control access to all cloud services and protects against cloud-based threats and web attacks. A single console grants access to McAfee CASB and cloud-native SWG, which together deliver unprecedented cloud application control, tenant restrictions and zero-day malware protection.

• Industry best Cloud SLA powered by a cloud-native, direct-to-cloud (also known as ‘Internet Breakout’) architecture with enterprise-scale and resilience. UCE eliminates the cost and complexity associated with hardware appliances, capacity restraints and MPLS routing by enabling a direct-to-cloud architecture at cloud scale. McAfee delivers 99.999% availability together with the industry best CASB and cloud-native SWG.

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