Each month brings new media coverage of a targeted attack against a business, government, or critical infrastructure operator previously considered “invulnerable.” As more organizations encounter advance malware issues - the cost, disruption, and public humiliation of data breaches and targeted attacks become an executive-level discussion. Comprehensive threat protection requires coordination of anti-malware technologies deployed with sensitivity to performance and risk. GSecureLabs and McAfee together prepare you for the onslaught.
McAfee further advances find capabilities by giving administrators the ability to upload and analyze objects through a collection of custom virtual machines or gold images. This enables organizations to analyze threats under the conditions of the actual host profile within the organization, rather than a generic image, providing a more accurate risk assessment.
Finding advanced malware is important. But if that is all a solution can do—provide a report on advanced malware that has already infected an organization—administrators are left with massive amounts of work and the network is still unprotected
From a single host to an entire network of machines: To fix an attack, coordination with endpoint solutions to remediate any damage done to the host is needed. Due to the stealthy nature of advanced malware, administrators must be able to look across all endpoints, assess where similar damage occurred, and take action. This is not simply searching for a specific malicious file (for example, file search across all endpoints). Looking for specific changes (for example, DLL or configuration changes) done to the host is also necessary to ensure you really fix the problem