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Trellix
Hîng-thài Su-jîn kong-si
Hâng-gia̍p Computer security
Tshòng-kiàn nî 2022
Tsóng-pōo Milpitas, California, United States
Líng-tō jîn-bu̍t
Bryan Palma, CEO
Ho̍k-bū sán-phín Cyber Security Hardware and Software
  • Email Security
  • Endpoint Security
  • File Security
  • Cross Vendor Management Interface
Services IT security Consulting Services
  • Incident Response
  • Vulnerability Testing
  • Preparedness Assessment
Revenue Increase US$940 million (2020)[1]
Total assets Increase US$3.245 billion (2020)[1]
Total equity Increase US$732 million (2020)[1]
Owner Symphony Technology Group
Guān-káng jîn-sòo
~3,400 (December 2020)[1]
Bāng-tsām www.trellix.com

Trellix (guân-tsá sī FireEye hām McAfee Enterprise) sī tsi̍t-king kong-khai tsiūñ-tshī ê Bí-kok bāng-lōo an-tsuân kong-si, thê-kiong iōng-teh ko-kip bāng-lōo ui-hia̍p ê tsū-tōng ui-hia̍p tshú-tsìng (computer forensics), kap tōng-thài ok-ì nńg-thé hông-hōo ho̍k-bū; pí-jû (exemplar theory) ko-kip tn̂g-kî ui-hia̍p (APT) kap tiò-hî sik kong-kik (Spear phishing) ê ui-hia̍p .

Trellix sîng-li̍p teh 2004-nî, kong-si khia-teh Bí-kok California tsiu Milpitas tshī.[2] Fire-Eye sī tē-it king uì Bí-kok Kok-thó͘ Pó-choân Pō͘ sóo pan-huat līn-tsìng ê bāng-lōo an-tsuân kong-si.[3]

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Kong-pòo ji̍t-kî Kong-si Siong-gia̍p ua̍h-tāng Kau-i̍k kui-bôo Pī-tsù
2013 12-gue̍h 30 Mandiant [en] Information security $1 billion [4]
2014 5-gue̍h 8 nPulse Technologies Information security $60 million [5]
2016 1-gue̍h iSight Partners Cyber Threat Intelligence $275 million [6]
2016 2-gueh Invotas Security Orchestration [7]
2017 10-gue̍h The Email Laundry Email Security [8]
2018 1-gue̍h X15 Software Machine and Log Data Management $15 million in equity and $5 million in cash [9]
2019 5-gue̍h Verodin, Inc. Security Instrumentation Approximately $250 million in cash and stock [10]
2020 1-gue̍h Cloudvisory Cloud Security $13.2 million in cash [11][12]
2020 11-gue̍h Respond Software Decision Automation Approximately $186 million in cash and stock [13]

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "FireEye, Inc. 2020 Annual Report (Form 10-K)". last10k.com. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. February 2021. 
  2. Hackett, Robert (May 6, 2016). "FireEye Names New CEO". Fortune. September 18, 2018 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  3. "FireEye First Cyber Security Company Awarded SAFETY Act Certifications by Department of Homeland Security". MarketWatch. 21 May 2015 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  4. Perlroth, Nicole; Sanger, David E. (January 2, 2014). "FireEye Computer Security Firm Acquires Mandiant". The New York Times. 
  5. Miller, Ron (May 8, 2014). "FireEye Buys nPulse Technologies For $60M+ To Beef Up Network Security Suite". TechCrunch. 
  6. "FireEye Announces Acquisition of Global Threat Intelligence Leader iSIGHT Partners | FireEye". investors.fireeye.com. 
  7. "Archived copy". investors.fireeye.com. goân-loē-iông tī 27 March 2016 hőng khó͘-pih. 13 January 2022 khòaⁿ--ê.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  8. "The Future is Bright for FireEye Email Security". FireEye. July 12, 2018 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  9. "FireEye Announces Acquisition of X15 Software". FireEye. 
  10. "FireEye Acquires Security Instrumentation Leader Verodin". FireEye. 
  11. "FireEye Acquires Cloudvisory". FireEye. 
  12. "SEC Form 10-Q, quarter ended March 31, 2020" (PDF). FireEye. 2020-05-01. p. 8. 
  13. "FireEye Announces Acquisition of Respond Software". FireEye. 

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