McAfee puts a virtual padlock on IT resources. The company sells network security products that protect computers, networks, and mobile devices. Its software and hardware are used to guard against viruses, spam, and spyware, as well as to manage data loss prevention, mobile security, host intrusion prevention, encryption, and e-mail security. McAfee gets a significant portion of its sales from follow-up service, support, and subscriptions to its software and managed services. The company sells directly and through resellers to corporations and consumers mainly in the US; its largest international market is Europe, and it logs sales in Asia and Latin America. McAfee was acquired in 2011 by Intel for $7.68 billion.