Security provider McAfee pulled the covers off the latest version of ePolicy Orchestrator on Sept. 17, touting its interoperability and several new features allowing users to manage security products for the endpoint and network.
ePO 4 enables users to unite the management of network, data and endpoint security under one console, McAfee officials said. Calling it a big change, McAfee CEO Dave DeWalt said ePO 4.0 now enables customers to correlate data and push signatures to network file-based appliances as well as endpoint appliances.
“And of course, a big part of that is the ability to do interoperability with other third-party products or competitor products, and we’ve released a SDK, software development kit, that allows us to build connectors and other capabilities into that,” DeWalt said.
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