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FireEye put as Leader in APAC Threat Lifecycle Services

By Digital Edge Bureau, 26.07.2018, 16:25
 
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Rob Van der Ende, Vice President for Asia Pacific & Japan, Mandiant Consulting, FireEye

FireEye, one of world’s most innovative cyber security solutions provider, has been positioned as a leader in the IDC MarketScape’s Asia-Pacific Threat Lifecycle Services 2018 Vendor Assessment.

The IDC report notes that according to customer feedback, FireEye provides unique threat intelligence compared with many other providers in the market. One contributor to such uniqueness is its deep understanding of threat actors including adversary tactics, techniques, and procedures that are captured from firsthand incident response investigations.  Besides, IDC says that FireEye leverages a global network of intelligence specialists who collect and analyze adversarial intelligence and machine intelligence based on FireEye detection technology deployed in the clients’ environment.

The report also notes that organizations are struggling to rapidly identify the threats that really matter due to the lack of visibility or full details of both insider and external threats. Many organizations in Asia-Pacific fail to harness the intelligence in their own environment, let alone intelligence into the dark or deep web.

“FireEye is on the front lines of cyber attacks across the Asia Pacific region and we use our unique intelligence and insights into attackers behavior and motives to help secure our customers,” said Rob Van der Ende, Vice President for Asia Pacific & Japan, Mandiant Consulting, FireEye. “Being recognized by IDC as a leader for threat lifecycle services reflects our commitment to keeping our customers in the region and around the world secure with the leading intelligence driven services and technology”, added Ende.

Mandiant Consulting Services at FireEye provide world-renowned incident response and assessment, enhancement and transformation consulting services to help protect vital organizational assets. These services reduce business risk with a deep understanding of attacker behavior, unmatched threat intelligence, and purpose-built technology.

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