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The evolution of threats to the security of the enterprise has driven innovation in how that enterprise defends itself. New tools need to be developed to meet today’s threat landscape. McAfee has introduced such a tool, Deep Defender. It’s designed to detect kernel-based attacks that other traditional software security solutions would miss. In this podcast we talk with Security Specialist Greg Bassett and Project Manager Stephanie Mahvi of Intel. They tell us about the pilot study the company conducted to evaluate McAfee Deep Defender for the enterprise.
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