Cybersecurity company McAfee has unveiled two new cyber and physical security operations centers (SOC) in Plano, Texas and Cork, Ireland.
McAfee Security Fusion Centers are designed to support visibility and management of risks on a global scale — to protect McAfee, identify new cybersecurity product needs, and to act as a best practices blueprint for customers and partners.
Grant Bourzikas, chief information security officer and vice president of Labs Operations at McAfee, is running the McAfee Security Fusion Centers.
“We are the first organization to use McAfee’s offerings and product updates, and because we share our learnings to help customers implement faster and more smoothly,” Grant Bourzikas said.
Meanwhile, McAfee said it has updated Enterprise Security Manager (McAfee ESM 11) — leveraging a new data architecture optimized for scalability, performance, faster search, and collaboration.
McAfee’s latest security information and event management (SIEM) with advanced analytics will bring human-machine teaming to the next level.
Analyst firm Gartner has named McAfee a Leader for the seventh consecutive year in the December 2017 “Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management.”