McAfee Endpoint Protection for Mac includes anti-spyware and antivirus protection, plus both inbound and outbound firewalls. It also can prevent unauthorized applications from running and block the modification of existing applications.
But what should make it particularly useful for SMBs is that it enables the management of endpoint security on both Macs and PCs from a single station. The system lets an administrator determine which applications are authorized to run on each Mac endpoint and to impose security restrictions across the board. It also works with McAfee's ePolicy Orchestrator, a security management platform for Windows PCs, to enable mixed-platform businesses to enforce company security policies across the board.
McAfee Endpoint Protection for Mac works with Snow Leopard, Leopard, or Tiger and on both Intel and PowerPC Macs. A McAfee representative told CNet that the product would run about $55 per computer for a 500-1,000-computer network.
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