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FireEye delivering new cloud security offerings

Global intelligence-led security company FireEye has announced new cloud and virtual form factors for its Endpoint security solution.

The new offerings, which FireEye says are part of major upgrades, are aimed at delivering an intelligence-led Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) that simplifies, integrates, and automates security. The solution will be available globally by early Q3 2017.

“Every day we see endpoint security solutions with big tech buzzwords and more alerts failing our partners and customers as we respond to their breaches. By applying what we learn to our Endpoint Security, we can relentlessly protect our customers while simplifying their security operations,” said Kevin Mandia, chief executive, FireEye.

“We started the year with a goal to protect our clients with the best next-generation endpoint platform in 2017; the addition of cloud and virtual offerings is a critical step towards that goal,” said John Laliberte, SVP of Engineering at FireEye.

“These new form factors enable our clients and partners to deliver the best intelligence-led endpoint security at scale while reducing costs and increasing deployment flexibility.”

Chris Carter, vice-president North America channels, FireEye, says FireEye is making investments for its channel partners “to have the options they need to deliver exactly what their clients want from a next-generation endpoint platform”.

"They are looking for protection beyond legacy and next-gen AV endpoint vendors and that's exactly what we're offering with FireEye Endpoint. Combined with FireEye Helix,

“FireEye offers partners innovative technologies at the endpoint, network and the capabilities to manage an entire security operation so they have a simpler, more relevant path to revenue as they continue to serve as their customer’s trusted adviser."

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