On January 6, 2014, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced during the Consumer Electronics Show the name change from Mc Afee Security to Intel Security.
The company's red shield logo would remain, with the firm continuing to operate as a wholly owned Intel subsidiary.
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Solidcore was a maker of software that helped companies protect ATMs and other specialized computers.
The acquisition integrated Solidcore's whitelisting and compliance enforcement mechanisms into the Mc Afee product line.
The FSA team also oversaw the creation of a number of other technologies that were leading edge at the time, including firewall, file encryption, and public key infrastructure product lines.
While those product lines had their own individual successes including Power Broker (written by Dean Huxley and Dan Freedman and now sold by Beyond Trust), the growth of antivirus ware always outpaced the growth of the other security product lines.
Through the acquisition, Mc Afee became the only vendor to deliver endpoint, network, web, email and data security, as well as risk and compliance solutions.
Gerhard Watzinger, CEO of Safe Boot, joined Mc Afee to lead the Data Protection product business unit.
known as Intel Security Group in 2014–2017) is an American global computer security software company headquartered in Santa Clara, California and, it says, the world's largest dedicated security technology company. On September 7, 2016, Intel announced a strategic deal with TPG Capital to convert Intel Security into a joint venture between both companies called Mc Afee.