have become too critical to ignore in the world of security. The same can be said for extensible architecture
and threat intelligence
With those crucial features in mind, McAfee Enterprise and FireEye have merged to form Trellix
, part of the Symphony Technology Group portfolio. Trellix becomes a new business delivering extended detection and response (XDR)
to organizations with a focus on accelerating technology innovation.
Ingram Micro resellers and solutions providers can expect Trellix’s living security platform to deliver bold innovation across the XDR market. The new name evokes the structure of a trellis, a strong and safe framework used to support structured growth of climbing plants and trees. Trellix will deliver its brand promise to build resilient and confident organizations through living security—technology that learns and adapts to protect operations from the most advanced threat actors.
Ingram Micro agrees that, in order to achieve digital transformation, a strong security foundation is required to ensure continued innovation, growth and resiliency. The Trellix XDR platform protects end users with help from automation, machine learning, extensible architecture and threat intelligence.
Trellix has already been recognized as a CRN award winner for achievement in endpoint and managed security.
What else should resellers know about this merger? Trellix’s XDR ecosystem is designed to accelerate the effectiveness of security operations by providing end users with the capability to ingest over six hundred native and open security technologies. By providing security analysts with better insight, granting more control, and delivering comprehensive threat context, analysts can save time and act decisively to remediate threats.
The promise of XDR dramatically improves security efficacy, and the vendors that can deliver on that promise will capture market share.