Trellix, a new company formed from the merger of cybersecurity giants McAfee Enterprise and FireEye, is intent on becoming the leader in XDR (extended detection and response) technology by combining applications from both of the formerly separate companies into an interoperable suite of products for threat prevention, detection and response.
The strategy and the new company name were revealed this week by corporate parent Symphony Technology Group (STG), which acquired and merged McAfee Enterprise and FireEye last year. The new suite of products will cover endpoint and network infrastructure security, offer programs tailored for SOCs (security operations centers) and increasingly incorporate machine learning and automation, company officials said.
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