What's new in the February 2019 release Releases can introduce new features and enhancements or update platform support. New features This release introduces new features or improves existing features: Data residency — To comply with your organization or region's data residency requirements, you can now configure the geographic regions where your web access data is stored and used for reporting. New name — McAfee Skyhigh Security Cloud is now named McAfee® MVISION Cloud. Enterprise Connector credential validation — When you enter and save your Enterprise Connector credentials in the McAfee® Web Gateway Cloud Service (McAfee® WGCS) interface, the cloud service now tries to validate your credentials by connecting to MVISION Cloud. UI changes — On the Settings pane, the Data Management heading is now named Log Data Management, and the Log Settings link is now named Log Privacy Settings. Enhanced Reporting API — By adding new filters to the reporting URL, you can limit the amount or type of data downloaded from McAfee WGCS for logging and analysis by your own on-premise reporting solution. Discontinued features This release removes support for these features: McAfee® Cloud Threat Detection (McAfee® CTD) — As of December 31, 2018, McAfee CTD is no longer supported. As a result, this feature is no longer available in the McAfee WGCS interface. For more information, see McAfee Knowledge Base article KB90296. What's new in the October 2018 release Releases can introduce new features and enhancements or update platform support. New features This release introduces integration with MVISION Cloud. When integration is enabled on the Settings pane: Log files — Are automatically exported to MVISION Cloud where they are processed. Service Groups — Are automatically imported from MVISION Cloud and can be viewed in the Catalog and added to Access Protection policies as rules. What's new in the August 2018 release Releases can introduce new features and enhancements or update platform support. New features This release introduces new features or improves existing features: McAfee-maintained or subscribed lists — McAfee updates these lists dynamically when new information is available. You can use them to whitelist popular cloud applications that are accessed frequently, such as Microsoft Office 365, and improve performance. Server IP Ranges catalog — You can add lists of server IP address ranges to the Global Settings feature as whitelists. Host Lists catalog - You can add lists of host names to the Global Settings feature as whitelists. Reporting API — You can download data from McAfee WGCS for logging and analysis by your own on-premise reporting solution.