LogLogic and Crossbeam announce product releases to sync with McAfee technology

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LogLogic has announced the release of an alerts tool to integrate with the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) platform.

LogLogic has announced the release of an alerts tool to integrate with the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) platform.

Through this integration, audit data collected from almost any device, client or server can be displayed within the McAfee ePO dashboards. According to LogLogic, it enables businesses to operate a secure, efficient IT infrastructure with enhanced visibility and control.

It also said that by introducing LogLogic Alerts for the ePO platform, enterprises now have a single place to go to view critical information.

Guy Churchward, CEO of LogLogic, said: “The joint solution offers a level of control and visibility that is simply not available to large enterprises at this time. We have created a single pane of glass that combines the power of the ePolicy Orchestrator management console with our activity insight. This will dramatically change the way people manage their compliance stance.”

Ed Barry, senior director of the security innovation alliance at McAfee, said: “We are delighted that LogLogic has completed its integration with the McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator platform. With the additional insight provided by LogLogic, we're further improving the visibility and control that IT organisations have over their systems.”

McAfee has also announced a strategic partnership with Crossbeam that allows its latest X-Series family of network security platforms to combine with McAfee's next-generation firewall.

Launched last week, the Crossbeam X-Series family enables McAfee Firewall Enterprise to deliver carrier-class performance with speeds up to 40Gbps of inspected application traffic throughput, according to the company.

Rees Johnson, senior vice president and general manager for network security at McAfee, said: “By partnering with Crossbeam, McAfee is meeting the growing demand among government, large enterprises and carriers to protect against these threats and to reduce the cost and complexity of their security infrastructures.”

Jim Freeze, chief marketing officer of Crossbeam, said: “Crossbeam's strategy from the beginning has been to enable customers to run their preferred security applications on open platforms that can handle the demands of any size network. By partnering with McAfee, we're giving our customers even more flexibility to choose their preferred best-of-breed solutions, and deploy them on the industry's most proven family of next-generation network security platforms.”


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