In 2022, McAfee Enterprise and FireEye emerged as a new company under the name Trellix. With this new name comes new branding and a brand promise that directly aligns to the imminent needs facing today’s threat landscape and defines the future of cybersecurity.
Trellix is focused on delivering an XDR ecosystem leveraging FireEye and McAfee Enterprise’s integrated portfolio. The company’s new branding and its brand promise is to build resilient and confident organizations through living security – security technology that learns and adapts to protect operations from the most advanced threat actors and enables organizations to thrive.
The Trellix brand is the next chapter in its blueprint for growth. It combines the best of two predecessors. Its goal is to offer a fresh approach to ensure all organizations have security built into their DNA, with advanced detection, response and remediation. This transformation embraces the incredible portfolio and talent of McAfee Enterprise and FireEye and sets Trellix on the path to define the future of cybersecurity.
Trellix XDR has a differentiated ability to secure the digital experience against cyber threats using threat intelligence capabilities developed through the scale and diversity of our sensor network. It is continuously offering new solutions leveraging AI, machine learning and advanced telemetry based on threat intelligence from more than one billion sensors across our enterprise and government customer bases. It offers an open, interoperable platform approach to cybersecurity, allowing customers to implement the specific technologies they need to protect their unique operations.
Living security makes organizations more resilient through the interconnection of a wide variety of threat sensors and capabilities, so they know their operations are protected. It is native and open, meaning you can safely manage a living IT ecosystem that is configured optimally for your organization. Living security also leverages an optimal blend of expert advice, assistance, and automation so security teams are more effective and efficient when incidents happen.