Las Vegas, US: McAfee, the device-to-cloud cybersecurity company, today announced the continued growth of the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance (SIA) with the addition of 17 new partners and 16 newly certified integrations.
McAfee SIA accelerates the development of open and interoperable security products, simplifies integration with complex customer environments, and provides a truly integrated, connected security ecosystem to maximize the value of existing customer security investments.
According to the latest McAfee Labs Threats Report, in the past year there have been more than 240 publicly disclosed security incidents making it clear that cyberthreats continue to grow in sophistication and size. In that same time period, the total number of ransomware is up 57% over the year before, and malware has grown 34%. This highlights the need for the cybersecurity industry to work together to handle the challenges of today’s changing cyber threat landscape.
“Today’s businesses are challenged more than ever before to stay ahead of the latest risks and cyberthreats,” said D.J. Long, VP – Strategic Dusiness Development, McAfee. “McAfee understands that no single cybersecurity company can prevent every possible threat. The McAfee SIA program enables businesses to tap into certified integrated solutions from industry-leading providers to help protect data and minimize risk with fewer resources.”
New partners that have joined the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance include:
Atos, Aujas, Corsa Technology, CyberX, Cyber Observer, DB Cybertech, Fidelis Cybersecurity, Idaptive, Indegy,
IntSights Cyber Intelligence, Ipswitch, Ping Identity, Seclore, Silver Peak, SpyCloud, Two Six Labs and WireX.
Partners that have achieved a newly certified integration include:
Agat Software, D3 Security, Deep Secure, Dropbox, Ericom Software, Extreme Networks, HP Inc, IBM Security (Resilient), Intel Authenticate, Menlo Security, Minerva Labs, MobileIron, ObserveIT, Resolve Systems, SAS and