Infotech Lead America: Seven new partners have joined the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance (SIA).
McAfee SIA, security industry’s premier technology-partnering program, delivers solutions to maximize the value of existing customer investments while reducing time to problem resolution, and lowering overall operational costs.
The new partners that have joined the McAfee SIA program are: Endgame Systems, Evolven,
Icon Labs, IdentityX, NIKSUN, Onapsis and Xerox.
In addition, AlgoSec, fixIQ, InfoReliance, and Tomium now have “McAfee Compatible” solutions and have been promoted to Technology Partner status in the McAfee SIA program. McAfee has worked with these partners to validate their integrations for their adherence to best practices for integrating with McAfee products.
McAfee has also welcomed AlgoSec, Circadence, and WCK to its Sales Teaming Program. Partners in the Sales Teaming Program complement the McAfee product portfolio, and enable the McAfee sales force and channel to drive more complete security solution relationships with enterprise customers.
“The list of emerging security threats continues to grow and effective security is more complex than ever,” said Ed Barry, vice president of the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance. “McAfee and our SIA partners are addressing these issues together in order to bring the most innovative technologies to our joint customer base and to solve their growing security needs.”
As part of its Security Connected strategy, McAfee is leading the way not just in integrating its own portfolio, but also in integrating its management platform with over 130 partners in more than a dozen security markets.
According to a recent news report in InfotechLead.com, McAfee announced four new Data Center Security Suites to help secure servers and databases in the data center. The suites offer a combination of whitelisting, blacklisting and virtualization technologies for protecting servers and virtual desktops. These solutions provide optimal security for servers and databases in physical, virtualized and cloud-based data centers, with minimal impact on server resources which is a key demand for data centers.