Intel completes McAfee acquisition

US computer chip giant Intel said Monday that it has completed its $7.68 billion acquisition of computer security firm McAfee. Intel said that with the completion of the deal, McAfee becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of Intel. McAfee will continue to sell security products and services under its own brand. The Santa Clara, California-based Intel,… Continue reading Intel completes McAfee acquisition

Juniper Introduces Virtualized Security for Private and Public Clouds

Juniper Networks today announced the integration of its new Juniper Networks vGW Virtual Gateway with the Juniper Networks SRX Series Services Gateways to provide a consistent, virtualization-aware solution for private and public cloud deployments. This milestone marks the first step with Juniper’s acquisition of Altor in December 2010 in a multi-phased strategy to combine best-in-class… Continue reading Juniper Introduces Virtualized Security for Private and Public Clouds

Northrop Responds To Federal Agency Needs For Stronger Cloud Security

Northrop Grumman has unveiled a new methodology for strengthening data security in the “cloud” at the recent 6th Annual SANS Institute Cyber Defense Initiative conference. Northrop Grumman introduced its Cyber Architecture Reference Series, an approach to building in strong security measures in the highly vulnerable world of public/private clouds – or hybrid clouds – storage… Continue reading Northrop Responds To Federal Agency Needs For Stronger Cloud Security

Trend Micro Launches Endpoint Protection With OfficeScan 10.5

Trend Micro has announced the industry’s first hypervisor agnostic, virtualization-aware endpoint security offering—Trend Micro OfficeScan 10.5, the company’s endpoint security solution for medium businesses and enterprises. Trend Micro OfficeScan 10.5, which is powered by the Trend Micro Smart Protection Network, an infrastructure of in-the-cloud, correlated, automated, & intelligent threat protection, designed to solve the challenges unique to endpoints today.

Trend Micro Broadens Virtualization Security Strategy

Trend Micro announced today it is broadening its virtualization security portfolio to enable enterprises to fully leverage the benefits of their desktop infrastructures. Trend Micro’s strategy for desktop virtualization is comprehensive in terms of protection technologies, flexible in terms of deployment scenarios and proven, having been on the market securing virtual desktop environments and enabling maximum ROI since 2009.

McAfee and Citrix to Make Virtual Desktop Security Simpler and More Scalable

McAfee and Citrix announced a strategic partnership and collaboration agreement to make virtual desktop security simpler and more scalable for large enterprise deployments. The collaboration between the two leaders in security and virtualization will enable Citrix XenDesktop customers to extend management of desktop security to virtual environments using the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator platform.