Extended Detection & Response from Trellix
A new generation of threats needs a new generation of cyber security. Meet Trellix, born of McAfee Enterprise and FireEye, and capable of XDR (extended detection & response).
Show Notes for Series 03 Episode 06
This podcast is produced in association with Trellix.
Formed from the amalgam of FireEye and McAfee Enterprise, Trellix is one of the world’s biggest suppliers of cybersecurity technology, serving a decent proportion of the Fortune 500 list of companies.
On this episode of the Tech Means Business podcast, we’re joined by old friend Daryush Ashjari to talk about the new company’s offerings, especially its XDR (eXtended detection and response) capabilities.
As companies struggle to juggle multiple security tools and have separate detection and remediation systems, sometimes it’s enough just to keep from going under a deluge of red flags from different parts of the cybersecurity stack.
XDR offers organizations a single place where SecOps can get full oversight of all parts of the enterprise’s networks, from the smallest SoC up to powerhouse VMs in distant clouds. This is total insight presented to time- and resource-poor cybersecurity teams.
Bringing years of experience to what’s now called Trellix, Daryush helps us shed some light on the problems facing many security teams in the face of increased state-sponsored hackers, as well as the usual collection of avaricious cybercriminals preying on the internet’s low-hanging fruit.
If you suspect your IT security is lacking, or you’re struggling to recruit enough skilled cyber staff to discover and remediate threats, Trellix may well have the answer.
You can learn more about XDR, the theory, and practice here:
Read the latest threat report:
Trellix virtual events:
Daryush Ashjari’s LinkedIn is here:
And Joe “Wicked Panda” Green is here: