- Trellix’s XDR ecosystem intends to accelerate the effectiveness of security operations by making customers capable enough to deploy more than 600 native and open security technologies.
- The portfolio of this XDR ecosystem works across these areas to reflect on security and technology innovation – the networking, messaging, data protection, networking and cloud services.
Symphony Technology Group (STG), an American private equity firm based in Palo Alto, California, announced the launch of a new business, Trellix, with an aim to deliver extended detection and response (XDR) to businesses who want to enhance technology innovation with the help of automation and Machine Learning.
Trellix aims to stand by its brand promise to make organizations resilient and confident with living security—security technology that can protect operations from the most advanced threat actors.
Trellix’s XDR ecosystem intends to accelerate the effectiveness of security operations by making customers capable enough to deploy more than six hundred native and open security technologies. By delivering better insights to security professionals, more control and a comprehensive threat context, analysts can save on time and take decisive actions to remediate threats.
STG will be launching the McAfee Enterprise Secure Service Edge (SSE) portfolio as a separate business later this quarter, inclusive of Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Secure Web Gateway (SWG) and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA).
“We are incredibly excited to have Trellix in the STG portfolio,” said William Chisholm, managing partner, STG. “Customers can expect Trellix’s living security platform to deliver bold innovation across the XDR market.”
“As today’s organizations push to achieve digital transformation, a strong security foundation is required to ensure continued innovation, growth and resiliency,” said Bryan Palma, chief executive officer, Trellix. “Trellix’s XDR platform protects our customers as we bring security to life with automation, machine learning, extensible architecture, and threat intelligence.”
“The promise of XDR dramatically improves security efficacy, and the vendors that can deliver on that promise will capture market share,” said Frank Dickson, program vice president, Cybersecurity Products, IDC.
“However, integrating context and delivering outcomes takes resources and work. It is a monumental effort made possible with the right security partner. With a combined product portfolio that spans endpoint, network, messaging, data protection, and cloud services, Trellix has an impressive multi-technology portfolio to address the promise of XDR.”