Protect Against Current, Future and Unknown Attacks.
Organizations are Choosing VMware Carbon Black over McAfee
If you are a McAfee customer, or interested in McAfee’s products, you may be questioning McAfee’s ability to keep up with technology advancements that address advanced threat prevention, detection and response. Customers are choosing VMware Carbon Black Cloud™ over McAfee because they want comprehensive protection, a lightweight cloud platform, and visibility into all threat and endpoint activities.
VMware Carbon Black vs. McAfee
Advanced Breaches Risk
McAfee’s signature-based technology only stops file-based attacks, leaving customers at risk for more advanced breaches.
Endpoint Performance Issues and Updates
McAfee can cause performance issues on endpoints, leaving users frustrated. Furthermore, McAfee requires regular manual updates, which can quickly become out of date.
Lack of Visibility
McAfee makes it difficult to close security gaps because of a lack of visibility into how threats happen.
VMware Carbon Black
Protects from the Unknown
VMware Carbon Black Cloud stops both malware and non-malware attacks, protecting users from all forms of attacks.
Easy to Manage
VMware Carbon Black Cloud provides users with an easier, lightweight cloud platform including a consolidated agent and user interface. The intuitive, cloud-based UI requires no infrastructure to manage, simple agent updates, and no complex policies.
VMware Carbon Black Cloud provides more control and visibility of all threats and endpoint activities.
With VMware Carbon Black, you see everything in real time. Even if I’m picking up things that are interesting but not necessarily a threat, I can make a judgment call whether or not I want those items on. The visibility is amazing. I could never have told you what McAfee was doing at any time.
Compare VMware Carbon Black and McAfee
VMware Carbon Black
|Stops advanced attacks
|Single lightweight agent
|Has a clean, cloud-based UI
|Updates automatically and seamlessly
|Provides visibility to all threats and endpoint activity