Intel Security Innovation Alliance Partner ecosystem delivers integrated security to defend against sophisticated cyberattacks
Intel Security announced continued growth and product integrations across its partner ecosystem, the Intel Security Innovation Alliance. Check Point, Huawei and other companies have joined the Intel Security Innovation Alliance to provide an integrated, connected security ecosystem that maximizes investments in cybersecurity infrastructures.
One year ago, Intel Security unveiled a strategy emphasizing an integrated, open security system. Since that time, the Intel Security Innovation Alliance has executed on that strategy, doubling the number of partner companies that have existing, or are developing, technology integrations with McAfee Data Exchange Layer (DXL).
Key new Intel Security Innovation Alliance highlights include:
Check Point – The integration between McAfee DXL, McAfee Threat Intelligence Exchange (TIE) and Check Point firewall products enables intelligence sharing and workflow optimization. Real-time communication between these products allows customers to scale and automate their security environment, thereby saving time and resources.
HP Enterprise Aruba – Intel Security products McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) and McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) now integrate with Intel Security Innovation Alliance partner HPE Aruba product ClearPass. This cross-vendor integration covers two dimensions in the latest advanced security protection paradigm: threat intelligence sharing, and automatic detection and remediation.
Huawei – Huawei and Intel Security will work to provide indicators of compromise (IOC) data alerts to McAfee DXL and McAfee TIE, providing dynamic behavior analytics and intelligence sharing to customers.
MobileIron –Intel Security and MobileIron have integrated solutions to solve three key issues facing the enterprise today: extending data protection to mobile devices, addressing mobile threat protection, and unifying admin workflows and user experience between mobile and endpoint devices.