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McAfee Enterprise MVISION Cloud

3.7.1 Release Notes

Skyhigh for IaaS

Activity Monitoring for Microsoft Azure (Beta)

MVISION Cloud now extends Activity Monitoring to Microsoft Azure, notifying admins of security issues before any unfavorable action takes place. Activities are categorized into commonly understood categories, meaning your information security team doesn't need to worry about each activity name. 

Automatic Incident Response for AWS (Beta)

MVISION Cloud now helps admins remediate security mis-configurations immediately to avoid a data breach. Depending on your AWS deployment, you can set this feature up in Monitor-Only mode or in Protect mode.

Skyhigh for Sanctioned Apps

Email DLP for Gmail (Beta)

MVISION Cloud extends its passive mode Email DLP solution to Gmail. As a Gmail user sends an email, GSuite uses the third-party email archiving feature to send a copy of the email email to MVISION Cloud for analysis. The copy of the email is sent in parallel to the original email, meaning that MVISION Cloud receives a copy of the email, with no impact of the delivery to the original recipient. This workflow provides notification, but no active remediation.

Skyhigh for Box Content-Aware Collaboration Control for Shared Links

Content-aware collaboration policies can be used to restrict sharing anonymous and org-level shared links on files and folders in Box in near real time. 

Skyhigh for Box On-Demand Scanning Improvements

On-Demand Scanning for Box can now leverage Collaboration Control policies with or without content rules to detect shared files and folders in Box and apply response actions. All types of sharing such as Shared Anonymous Link, Shared Organization Link or Collaboration Invite can be detected.

Skyhigh for Google Login and Admin Activity Monitoring

MVISION Cloud now monitors Login and Admin activities from G-Suite and includes them in Activity Monitoring. These activities are analyzed using our Threat Protection features to detect any threats or anomalies such as Compromised accounts. See a list of Admin activities here.

Service Governance

User Dimension in Charts

The Users Overview page now provides a User dimension when creating a chart. You can search for users by name and salt, or you can use the Top 10 option. For details, see Users Overview

Create Reports Separates Run Now and Schedule

On the Services Overview and Users Overview pages, report creation is now separated into Run Now and Schedule. Click Create Report > Run Now to create a report and run it immediately. Click Create Report > Schedule to schedule a report to run at a later time. For details, see Services Overview and Users Overview

Policy Management

Policy Incidents Charts

The Policy Incidents Summary and Policy Incidents pages now include a Chart view, which allows you to create charts by searching via the Omnibar, filters, and Saved Views. Charts have customizable table columns that can be exported to CSV files. Display your data in Stacked Area, Line, or Donut charts, depending on your data. For details, see Policy Incidents Summary and Policy Incidents

Policy Incidents Summary Scheduled Reports

Create reports from the Policy Incidents Summary page, which can be export as a CSV file in XLSX format. Once generated, users with the Incident Management role can find all reports in the Report Manager. For details, see Policy Incidents Summary

Improvement to Match Count and File Size Facets

The Policy Incidents page now supports filtering incidents by File Size, Match Count (which includes search functions such as greater than, less than, and equal to) and Incident ID. For details, see Policy Incidents

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