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At Trellix, we’re no strangers to cybersecurity. But we are a new company. Trellix is a global company redefining the future of cybersecurity. Our open and native extended detection and response (XDR) platform helps organizations confronted by today’s most advanced threats gain confidence in the protection and resilience of their operations. We created an XDR architecture that can be tailored to your local government’s organization, delivering higher resilience and agility. Curious? Let’s connect today at: Let’s connect today at:

For more information or questions, contact:

Aaron Reeder
Enterprise Account Manager

Two of the Top Threats Facing Organizations
Businesses often find that they’re unable to handle the constantly changing nature of today’s threat environment. With the growing sophistication of threats, it’s easy to see why so many businesses are vulnerable to attacks. The threat is real and so is our opportunity to help prevent, detect and contain its impact.
Top Cyber Insurance Trends and Security Controls
This webinar brought to you by DynTek, Trellix and Alliant Insurance is more than just an information session – it’s a comprehensive understanding of the latest trends and strategies in the cyber insurance market, as well as practical solutions to meet evolving security challenges. It’s also an opportunity to fundamentally transform how your organization approaches cybersecurity and insurance.
Trellix Reaffirms Commitment to Channel-First Strategy and Strengthens Open XDR Ecosystem
Trellix Strengthens Commitment to Soulful Work, Creating Pathways for Underrepresented Talent
Trellix leverages AWS for Extended Detection and Response (XDR)
It can be quite overwhelming and confusing for an organization to choose the right XDR solution for their environment when there is a multitude of vendors putting a claim about their XDR solution. It seems like XDR is currently the new Cyber security buzzword that every vendor out there wants a share of the business. Due to this it’s becoming challenging for the SecOps team to select the right XDR solution for their specific environment. Organizations needs to consider at least the following questions while considering the right XDR vendor for their environment:
Installing and configuring security software can present unexpected challenges. When that software has as large an impact as your Endpoint Security software, we know that performance considerations and fine tuning become frequent topics of conversation. That’s why the Trellix Spotlight Series is pleased to invite you to our upcoming webinar which will focus on the best practices for installing and configuring Adaptive Treat Protection (ATP) for Endpoint Security (ENS). You will also get some key recommendations for the journey – as well as get the chance to ask questions to our experienced professional. This is all designed to ensure that you're taking the best advantage of the protection software at your disposal.
Trellix Advanced Research Center Details Latest Cyberthreats
Join us at the RSA Conference 2023 Expo, where some of the industry's leading companies will present cutting-edge products and solutions that can help you secure your organization. Discuss your challenges, participate in hands-on demos, make new contacts, and get a sense of where the industry’s technology is going.
Peer into our 2023 predictions
Our experts bring you research and analysis of emerging threats and insights on the increasing prevalence of ransomware.
On March 30, 2022, legislation seeking to improve the cyber readiness of the U.S. healthcare sector cleared the Senate Homeland Security Committee. Introduced as the ”Healthcare Cybersecurity Act”, S. 3904 calls on U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to “collaborate with the Department of Health and Human Services to improve cybersecurity in the Healthcare and Public Health Sector.
The time for living security is now
Join the discussion to learn the five crucial differences between a secure, defensible and resilient cloud environment and one that my (already) be compromised. From ransomware and supply chain to zero days and zero trust, we will discuss how to secure the cloud you need. December 15, 2021 – 12pm ET / 9am PT
This past year, front page news reported what seemed to be one ransomware attack or breach after another, at an accelerated pace. Threat actors continue to evolve, putting tremendous pressure on security teams to identify attackers, TTPs, all the while managing their resources to ensure they aren’t victimized by the latest cyber schemes.
FIN12: A financially motivated threat group, specializes in the post-compromise deployment of primarily RYUK ransomware. Instead of conducting multifaceted extortion, FIN12 appears to prioritize speed and higher revenue victims.
The Mandiant Cyber Defense Summit 2021 is underway, and the excitement is building! You don’t want to miss this week’s event, and by using the code CMR5XPR, government employees can register for free.
Government security teams often do not know what type of support will be needed day by day. This requires them to be mobile. They may be required to provide incident response in the field one day, and the next day they could be traveling elsewhere to conduct on-site security assessments.
CA Department of General Services expands endpoint security options for state agencies, enabling organizations to evolve and improve security posture
Keeping remote workers secure outside the traditional network perimeter requires the network to follow the user everywhere, all the time.
FireEye’s annual global virtual event returns on June  9-11 featuriing best practices, research, and strategies.
Cyber risk is increasing as threat actors become more sophisticated. Is your department prepared to address a breach?
FireEye, the intelligence-led cyber security company, has launched a new resource that aims to bring greater visibility to the election threat landscape, while offering intelligent solutions for organizations of all types and sizes.
In our new report, we share an update on the types of threats observed affecting healthcare organizations: from criminal targeting of patient data to cyber espionage.
New blog highlights immediate actions that governmental IT leaders can take to protect election integrity and reassure citizens that their voting data is safe.
Company receives highest possible scores across eight criteria; report finds that “FireEye would be an excellent partner to improve your ability to respond to incidents.”
FireEye Email Security recognized as the Best Email Security Solution at the 2019 SC Awards.
Join FireEye and panelists from the FBI and CHP’s Computer Crimes Unit in Incident Response Tabletop exercise at the Cybersecurity Summit