McAfee Enterprise launches MVISION Private Access

Enterprise security company McAfee Enterprise has this week announced MVISION Private Access, its new data-centric security solution for private applications.

In a statement announcing the solution, McAfee Enterprise said it disrupts the Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) market by making data-centricity a core capability of granular zero trust access to private applications, whether in customer data centres or hosted in private, public or hybrid cloud environments.

The solution promises to provide complete coverage across managed and unmanaged devices, performing continuous risk assessment by deriving enhanced device posture information through McAfee Enterprise’s endpoint security technology.

MVISION Private Access converges with McAfee Enterprise’s MVISION Unified Cloud Edge (UCE) SASE solution to provide a single, low-latency cloud-native platform described as offering unified visibility and control across clouds, private applications, web and endpoints.

“ZTNA is built for cloud-first deployments, simplifying technology stacks, reducing cost and complexity, and improving productivity,” said Shishir Singh, chief product officer at McAfee Enterprise. “However, existing ZTNA solutions lack the data-centric security controls associated with cloud and web security needed to secure today’s increasing remote connections.

“MVISION Private Access unlocks secure, seamless and ultra-fast access to private applications for remote workforces and eliminates the additional hardware costs, time-consuming set-up process and complicated architecture associated with traditional VPNs.”

Features of MVISION Private Access include integrated data loss prevention (DLP) and Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), endpoint security and posture assessment, cloud-grade PoP architecture with 99.999 per cent availability and further integration with IAM (Identity and Access Management) and MFA (Multi Factor Authentication).

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