McAfee Rolls Out ePolicy for VMs

ePolicy Orchestrator 4.0 is the first platform to enable management of systems, networks, and physical and virtual machines

September 17, 2007

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- McAfee, Inc. (NYSE: MFE) today announced availability of McAfeeR ePolicy OrchestratorR 4.0 (ePO(TM)), the first and only platform that lets enterprises and governments, centrally manage security and compliance products from multiple vendors, offering unprecedented cost savings and ROI.

"Our competitors are still scrambling to catch up on endpoint system security and today McAfee has once again changed the playing field," said Dave DeWalt, CEO of McAfee. "ePO 4.0 gives customers what they have been asking for - a new way to manage security and compliance within their environments. McAfee has made significant investment in building this platform and we are proud to announce a series of firsts for the security industry."

McAfee continues to drive security innovation by offering industry firsts:

  • First to deliver single agent and single console for endpointsecurity

  • First to manage broad range of security products including endpoint,network, data, web and email security with one console.

  • First product to combine security and compliance management throughone console

  • First product to manage both McAfee and non-McAfee security products

  • First to provide open architecture around system security to enablecomprehensive interoperability

  • World's most scalable solution with deployments of nearly 55 millionendpoints under management

ePO 4.0 offers the industry's first console to unite the management of network security, data security and endpoint security, including all of a company's PCs and servers. ePO 4.0 works with both physical and virtual systems, offering unrivaled scalability. Today more than 30,000 McAfee customers manage nearly 55 million PCs, servers and network devices. ePO is the first to provide powerful reporting and auditing features and customizable, Web-based consoles.

"Virtually every enterprise contains multiple solutions securing their environment," said Chris Christiansen, program vice president at IDC."Currently, most companies have too many agents and management consoles to administer their environments efficiently. By consolidating with McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator, customers could significantly improve and simplify security management and compliance."

McAfee Inc. (NYSE: MFE)

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