Company Overview of FireEye, Inc.
FireEye, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, provides cybersecurity solutions for detecting, preventing, and resolving cyber-attacks. The company offers vector-specific appliance solutions that provide threat protection from network to endpoint for inbound and outbound network traffic that may contain sensitive information. Its threat prevention solutions include appliances covering the Web, email, endpoint, file, and mobile threat vectors. It also offers security management products comprising Central Management System that provides cross-enterprise threat data correlation to identify and block attacks across multiple attack vectors; and Threat Analytics Platform, a cloud-based solution t...
1440 McCarthy Boulevard
Milpitas, CA 95035
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for FireEye, Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $350.0K
Founder, Vice Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $300.0K
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: $265.0K
Vice President, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: $250.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
FireEye, Inc. Key Developments
FireEye, Inc. Announces Strategic Alliance with ACE Group
May 19 15
FireEye, Inc. announced a strategic alliance with ACE Group. The relationship brings together expert technical insight from FireEye to assess an individual organization's threat exposure, with ACE's Loss Mitigation Services program, a multi-tier offering that helps organizations fully understand and mitigate their cyber security risk. Together, the companies will offer improved visibility into the cyber security preparedness of each client, allowing cyber insurance to be tailored specifically for their risk profile. The alliance offers a new way for the insurance industry to help cyber policyholders. FireEye will provide its leading technology, threat intelligence and expertise to help monitor for suspicious activity, provide context for security alerts and respond to any level of breach. It will enable threat intelligent underwriting and claims to provide risk transfer acceptance and make claim decisions based on the current and available threat intel -- ultimately resulting in combined operational and financial resilience in case of a security breach. In addition to incident response, FireEye will offer four tiers of services to ACE policyholders: Cyber Threat Education Session: Countering persistent threat actors that are politically or financially motivated requires an understanding of how and why these attacks happen. In this one-hour session, FireEye will educate ACE policyholders on why traditional defenses such as firewall and anti-virus are sometimes limited in the detection, prevention and investigation of today's targeted attacks; Cyber Strategy Technology Briefing: Using a pre-assessment survey, FireEye will assess the ACE policyholder's ability to detect and respond to an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), deliver a three-hour briefing on the current threat landscape, and provide high-level recommendations on improving their incident response plans; Cyber Threat Health Check: This technology-based assessment provides a more in-depth view of an organization's security environment without the use of extensive software deployments, allowing a less intrusive assessment of their security posture; and FireEye as a Service(TM): FireEye analysts will act as an extension of the organization's cyber security team, providing insight and intelligence from the front lines of incident responses, proactive hunting for Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) in their environment, and around-the-clock monitoring for indications that a cyber attack has bypassed technology defenses.
John Chambers Just Squashed The Rumor, Cisco Eyeing FireEye For $8 billion
May 14 15
Cisco Systems, Inc. (NasdaqGS:CSCO) in talks to buy FireEye, Inc. (NasdaqGS:FEYE) for $8 billion. But that acquisition isn't going to happen, Cisco John Chambers hinted to Wall Street analysts during the company's annual conference call.
PFU Systems and FireEye, Inc. Announce an Integration Between PFU System's iNetSec Smart Finder and FireEye NX Series Security Platform
May 12 15
PFU Systems and FireEye, Inc. announced an integration between PFU System's iNetSec Smart Finder and the FireEye NX Series security platform to improve enterprise defense against advanced attacks. The integration addresses the increasing sophistication of threat actors and the rise of advanced persistent threat attacks, which have elevated the role of cyber security. The integrated solution offers enhanced protection by combining the capabilities of FireEye NX and iNetSec Smart Finder. When FireEye NX detects malware, customers can isolate the infected machine as well as automatically prevent further device infection, stopping lateral movement. Based on FireEye alerts, iNetSec Smart Finder can block lateral communications between infected machines, stopping machine-to-machine communications within the enterprise environment.
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