New updates to McAfee MVISION Cloud for Microsoft Azure announced

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McAfee has announced updates to McAfee MVISION Cloud for Microsoft Azure that will help customers “Shift Left” with security to preemptively help to address compliance and risk within their cloud infrastructure.

With McAfee MVISION Cloud, security is introduced into the DevOps process so that security professionals can catch risky configurations before they become a threat in production. This gives organizations the ability to confidently deploy applications in the cloud with greater speed and efficiency.

New updates include: Security Scans for Azure Resource Manager Templates, Inline integration with the tools developers use, Unified Cloud Security for Azure Ecosystem, Preemptive Risk Avoidance.

McAfee MVISION Cloud for Microsoft Teams provides an exhaustive cloud security solution that works consistently across IaaS, PaaS, Container and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) environments. It integrates quickly and seamlessly through an application programming interface (API) with the Azure infrastructure to enforce security controls that span from the IaaS/PaaS infrastructure right up to custom applications to help enterprises meet their security, compliance and governance requirements.

“By integrating with the DevOps tools, McAfee MVISION Cloud for Microsoft Azure will help security teams remove the risk of systems running with unresolved misconfigurations, reduce the workload of infrastructure teams by employing a fix once at the source and give them the ability to enact and evaluate security policies from one central location without adding friction to the development teams.”, said Rajiv Gupta, senior vice president of Cloud Security, McAfee.

The new “Shift Left” capabilities in McAfee MVISION Cloud for Microsoft Azure are available now.


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