McAfee, Inc. - State and Local
McAfee, Inc., headquartered in Santa Clara, California, is the world's largest dedicated security technology company. McAfee's state and local government security portfolio delivers industry-leading technology and 24/7 Global Threat Intelligence to safeguard your systems and data against all known and emerging threats. Our solutions help you govern your network and data, protect sensitive and regulated information, meet regulatory requirements, identify and mitigate policy violations, and proactively and continuously secure your network against known and emerging threat vectors. And you can manage your entire security system from a centralized, web-based platform that boosts efficiency, cuts costs, and speeds proof of compliance.
Professional hackers learn early on to cover their tracks. The Security Connected framework from McAfee enables integration of multiple products, services, and partnerships for centralized, efficient and effective risk migration. McAfee is relentlessly focused on finding new ways to keep our customers safe.
Real Time for McAfee ePO collects McAfee endpoint security product status instantly. This real-time visibility enables you to act on the most recent intelligence and enhance situational awareness.
Control, compliance, and convenience. The tension between these factors has made it difficult for IT to consent to enterprise user demands to use their preferred mobile devices. Now, IT can wield control over mobile devices to match its ability to manage laptops and other endpoints, using the same management and reporting tools.
New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) oversees the use of technology in city government operations. DoITT supports approximately 150,000 city employees spread across more than 100 agencies, offices, boards, and commissions. The agency is responsible for the management and improvement of IT infrastructure and service delivery within New York City government— from networks to mobile apps and data centers to datasets—for the city’s eight million residents.
Take the stealth, creativity, and patience of Stuxnet. Add the commercialism, wide distribution, and easy-to-use tool kits of Zeus. Consider that despite more than years of activity, as of May 2011, neither of these cyber criminal teams has been exposed. You now understand the recipe—and potency—of today’s malware. Start planning now. It will take more than signatures and operating system-level protections to protect your intellectual property and other assets against criminals wielding these weapons.
All over the country, community leaders are looking to boost economic development through various initiatives. One key element in many of those initiatives is the use of information technology. When local governments build IT infrastructure, create e-government applications, assist high-tech startups or otherwise focus on technology, they create conditions that draw businesses to their communities and help retain skilled workers. This paper discusses and provides examples of these various ways local government can use technology to ultimately make a community more attractive to businesses, visitors and residents.