The McAfee University Host Intrusion Prevention Essentials course provides attendees with in‐depth training on the full benefits of the host intrusion prevention capabilities included in the McAfee Total Protection for Endpoint solution. Enabling administrators to fully understand the capabilities of their security solution not only reduces the risks of misconfiguration but also ensures that an organization gets the maximum protection from their installation.
- McAfee Training Courses allow customers to get more from their products faster.
- Fully understanding a product enables optimal configuration, allowing maximum protection to an organization
- Quicker migration to reduces time spent paying for legacy solutions
- Administrators can become more efficient, enabling them to spend less time managing the day‐to‐day infrastructure tasks
When deploying any new product, there is the risk of disrupting business continuity. Providing training to administrators can significantly reduce the risk of misconfiguration. The impact could be:
- Reduced system security
- System downtime, impacting productivity and revenue
- System performance issues, including reduced resilience and scalability
- Delays and additional costs in implementing
McAfee Education provides instructor‐led training proving classroom and practical hands‐on exercises to ensure that administrators can understand and successfully deploy McAfee Host Intrusion Prevention, included with McAfee Total Protection for Endpoint.
McAfee Host intrusion Prevention provides zero‐day protection for many operating system and application vulnerabilities and reduces the overhead of patch management. It also allows laptops that are connected to your company network to get the same enhanced level of security, no matter where they are—hotel rooms, airport lounges, or home offices.
Investing in planning and deployment reduces the risks associated with misconfiguring security products and also ensures that you get the most out of these advanced features.
The cost and risk of system downtime is not easy to quantify, but it can be significant, especially if a company depends on its IT infrastructure to create revenue. A misconfigured security product can result in reduced protection, increasing the vulnerability to attack and impacting system performance.