McAfee offers complete security
McAfee is set to demonstrate its capabilities in information and network security at this year’s GITEX Technology Week.
McAfee is set to demonstrate its capabilities in information and network security at this year’s GITEX Technology Week. Exhibiting as part of the Cyber Security section of the show, the security specialist is showcasing a range of products from its portfolio, including WaveSecure, McAfee Anti-Theft and McAfee Identity Protection.
The company is also part of the GITEX Cloud Confex, where it will highlight its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offerings for e-mail, endpoint and web protection; and vulnerability management.
“We aim at connecting with all our customers – home users, businesses and governments – and hope to answer all their information security concerns,” says Hamed Diab, Regional Director, McAfee. “Our MENA region team and top McAfee global executives will be present throughout the exhibition, which reiterates the importance of this region to McAfee.”
The company’s products cover both the consumer and business segments. In the consumer category, it offers products such as McAfee Total Protection, McAfee Family Protection and McAfee WaveSecure for mobile device protection.
In the business space, the company specialises in threat visibility and anti-malware protection. Its offerings include McAfee Total Protection for Endpoint (Enterprise Edition), McAfee Network Security Platform and McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management.
Cyber Security @ GITEX is an edutainment feature aimed at providing corporates and individuals with the information, awareness and tools they need to combat cybercrime. It is officially endorsed by the TRA and supported by aeCERT.
McAfee has launched a number of new initiatives for its channel partners over the past few months, including an SMB Specialisation, under the existing McAfee Security Alliance programme (MSA), which will help partners to target the SMB segment, and a deal registration programme, which will boost partner margins by up to 25%. The company became part of Intel last year, in a $7.68bn deal, to develop future product concepts, to strengthen security across computing models.