FireEye stands up to APT attacks

Security solutions vendor to demo products built on Multi-Vector Virtual Execution engine

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FireEye stands up to APT attacks Ray Kafiti, senior director, Middle East, Turkey and Africa , FireEye.
By Staff Writer Published  September 25, 2013

FireEye will demonstrate a threat protection platform designed to combat today's new breed of cyber attacks. Its products are designed from the ground up to stop the kind of advanced malware used by cybercriminals and advanced persistent threat (APT) actors.

Each FireEye product features the patented Multi-Vector Virtual Execution (MVX) engine and proprietary virtual machines that block cyber attacks that may leverage one or more threat vectors to infect a client. The FireEye platform supplements traditional security defenses that may not stop advanced malware.

The FireEye product portfolio is comprised of FireEye Web Malware Protection System (Web MPS), FireEye Email Malware Protection System (Email MPS), FireEye File Malware Protection System (File MPS), FireEye Malware Analysis System (MAS), and FireEye Central Management System (CMS). Each FireEye MPS and FireEye MAS can connect directly, or via a FireEye CMS, into the FireEye Dynamic Threat Intelligence (DTI) cloud, which offers global threat data sharing to stop advanced persistent threats and zero-day attacks.

Citing growing demand for its solutions, FireEye will this year participate for the first time as a standalone exhibitor at GITEX.

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