Introducing McAfee Unified Cloud Edge: Cloud-Native Security for SASE
McAfee is thrilled to announce the availability of Unified Cloud Edge, the most complete security solution for Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architectures. Enterprises today have lost visibility and control over their data as it travels from any device, in any location, directly to cloud services. Unified Cloud Edge addresses this challenge with a unified security architecture that protects data from device-to-cloud while protecting against cloud-native breach attempts that are invisible to the corporate network.
McAfee Unified Cloud Edge is part of MVISION, the cloud-native security platform from McAfee. It begins with three core technologies converged into a single solution:
- Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB): Direct API and reverse proxy-based visibility and control for cloud services
- Secure Web Gateway (SWG): Proxy-based advanced protection against web-based attacks; visibility and control over web traffic and unsanctioned cloud services
- Data Loss Prevention (DLP): Agent- and network-based visibility and control over sensitive data
these technologies create a secure environment for the adoption of cloud services and enablement of access to the cloud from any device for ultimate workforce productivity. Companies can accelerate their business through faster adoption of transformative cloud services by protecting their data and assets with Unified Cloud Edge.
There are two prominent areas of convergence engineered to create this solution:
- CASB and Cloud-based SWG are now managed together. We converged our cloud-based Web Gateway technology into our industry-leading CASB, giving customers one location to protect data and defend against threats in the cloud, along with traffic to and from the cloud. The cloud-based web gateway has been re-architected to enterprise scale, with an industry-high 99.999% availability. New capabilities are enabled by cross-referencing web and cloud intelligence in a single policy.
- All data loss prevention (DLP) enforcement points share the same classifications, reporting, and workflows. DLP at the device, in motion through the network, and in the cloud now share one source for data classifications and a single location for reporting and remediation workflows. McAfee ePO is the starting point, where classifications built for on-premises DLP are pushed to the cloud in one click for use in any cloud service. All incidents then flow back to ePO for a single location to conduct reporting and remediation workflows. This eliminates the need to query multiple sources for incident data and to manually join search results for incident response.
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