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FireEye and ForeScout enter strategic partnership
“The partnership will enable visibility and situational awareness across connected devices and help keep the IoT from becoming a security nightmare."
No such thing as perfect security, FireEye report finds
While disruptive attacks are on the rise, the time between a company being compromised and discovery of the attack is continuing to drop.
FireEye reports record revenue, shows no signs of slowing down
“We made tremendous progress in 2015 on our multi-year journey to build the world’s leading advanced threat management platform."
FireEye acquisition a 'game changer' for threat management
FireEye has acquired Invotas in order to offer security orchestration capabilities as part of its global threat management platform.
FireEye acquires cyber threat intelligence specialist for $200m
With this acquisition, FireEye plans to add new intelligence subscription models that include industry vertical specific slices.
FireEye names The Missing Link gold partner in Australia
“The Missing Link plays an important role in helping Australian firms defend themselves against targeted attacks."
Visa and FireEye partner up, take on payments systems
“Visa Threat Intelligence removes the noise by assessing hundreds of threat indicators and serving up the most important and timely information."
FireEye extends threat intelligence for enterprise
The release enables enterprises to adapt endpoint protection utilising new visibility into their endpoint and insight from cloud and real-time feeds.
FireEye and F5 partner up to help CISOs
The strategic alliance addresses critical business issues for customers in the Asia Pacific region.
Checkpoint and FireEye team up to battle cyber threats
We’ve arrived at a point in time where the best way to battle cyber threats is to join forces so that we can provide a deeper level of security."
Snow-Way? Internet MANA shuns US with whistleblower visa plans...
"We know that Edward Snowden wants to return home to the United States. However, until his safety there can be guaranteed he should be offered the option of moving to a democratic English-speaking country."
FireEye to gain feet on the ground in NZ
A territory manager and sales engineer are on their way for FireEye as the security vendor looks for expansion in New Zealand.
Vendors urge NZ businesses to rebalance & security portfolio
New Zealand businesses need to 'rebalance' their security portfolio to counter the changing threat landscape according to three security focused companies who were pitching a three-pronged – and three vendor – approach.
Observatory Crest wins two new brands
Vendor says double deal further strengthens the company's core security and performance offering across the region.
FireEye: Eyeing up NZ potential
FireEye has recruited two well-known industry faces as the company pushes its offerings to target increasing cyber threats.
FireEye gathers ANZ momentum
Company announces the appointment of a new regional director while establishing technical teams in Canberra and Melbourne.
FireEye claims new approach to security software
We explain the security vendors claim about a new approach