Lumeta Achieves Integration With McAfee Data Exchange Layer (DXL) for Dynamic Cyber Situational Intelligence Across the Security Stack

April 5, 2018 10:29 am

Strategic Integration Embeds McAfee DXL Into Lumeta® Spectre Platform to Proactively Minimize Infrastructure Blind Spots

Lumeta Corporation, the authority on providing cyber situational awareness for rapid security response, today announced it extended its technology partnership with McAfee to embed McAfee Data Exchange Layer (DXL) within the Lumeta® Spectre platform. The new integrated solution will provide enhanced threat detection to further minimize infrastructure blind spots across the security stack.

Lumeta Spectre provides real-time, network and endpoint context-driven visibility and security monitoring across any environment – whether on-premises, in the cloud, or in hybrid environments. The DXL communication fabric connects and optimizes security actions across multiple vendor products, as well as internally developed and open source solutions. The integrated Lumeta and McAfee DXL solutions enhance an organization’s existing security stack, enabling security teams to more easily identify the entire set of network infrastructure, including endpoints and correlations between security events and continuous network changes that may be indicators of threat activity.

“Lumeta has always delivered on its promise to provide IT and security teams with the best cyber situational awareness platform on the market. Our new integration with McAfee DXL now enables organizations to automatically apply that same level of infrastructure visibility and security insights that Lumeta is known for – throughout the entire security stack,” said Reggie Best, President and Chief Product Officer, Lumeta. “This integration reflects the team’s ongoing commitment to strengthening the Lumeta Spectre platform, and we are excited to be able to do that with an important partner like McAfee.”

The integration builds a foundational set of network information using authorization resources, network changes, and suspicious network behaviors that can be easily shared across security applications to help eliminate infrastructure blind spots. This united approach significantly reduces the time to detection – and then protection, empowering security and operations teams to more proactively secure their entire infrastructure.

“Security and operations professionals are bogged down by the complexities of today’s dynamic infrastructures, and increasingly overwhelmed by the number of disparate IT and security solutions. McAfee DXL was created to help ease that burden,” said DJ Long, Vice President, Strategic Business Development for McAfee. “The integration with Lumeta helps security teams further alleviate that burden by reducing integration complexity to deliver full network visibility with predictive insights to shorten threat mitigation workflows.”

A joint webinar on how to eliminate infrastructure blind spots across the security stack with Lumeta and McAfee will take place on April 11, 2018 at 11 a.m. EDT. Register now at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8336765832333883139.

To learn more about Lumeta Spectre for IoT/ICS and Spectre for Leak Path Monitoring, visit http://www.lumeta.com/products/.

About Lumeta
Lumeta delivers real-time cyber situational awareness that quickly and effectively identifies and remediates threats before a breach impacts an organization. The company’s cyber situational awareness platform, Lumeta® Spectre, reduces the risk to companies by streamlining network response and change, and adding security intelligence to dynamic network elements, endpoints, virtual machines, cloud-based infrastructure, policies and segmentation changes. Lumeta complements and optimizes existing network and security product investments by feeding them accurate, comprehensive network intelligence. Headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, Lumeta has operations and clients throughout the world. For more information, visit http://www.Lumeta.com and follow us on Twitter at @Lumeta.

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