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Our CEO on Living Security

Trellix CEO, Bryan Palma, explains the critical need for security that’s always learning.

Gartner Marketplace Guide (XDR)
Gartner® Report: Market Guide for XDR

As per Gartner, "XDR is an emerging technology that can offer improved threat prevention, detection and response."

The Threat Report - Summer 2022
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Our Summer 2022 threat report details the evolution of Russian cybercrime, research into medical devices and access control systems, and includes analysis of email security trends.

Critical Flaws in Widely Used Building Access Control System
Critical Flaws in Widely Used Building Access Control System

At Hardwear.io 2022, Trellix researchers disclosed 8 zero-day vulnerabilities in HID Global Mercury access control panels, allowing them to remotely unlock and lock doors, modify and configure user accounts and subvert detection from management software.

Trellix CEO
Our CEO on Living Security

Trellix CEO, Bryan Palma, explains the critical need for security that’s always learning.

Trellix Xpand Live
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September 27-29, 2022 ARIA Hotel & Casino Save the date and start planning to align with our leadership teams to learn our vision for a new kind of cybersecurity and learn more about our innovations in cyber intelligence and XDR architecture.

Consumer Electronics & IoT

While the Internet of Things represents a constantly widening collection of devices, this category of research is intended to focus primarily on network-connected products with "mart" features, especially those targeted towards consumers. This may be anything from doorbells to cameras, ovens to thermostats, locks to watches and much more.

The decreasing cost of hardware components and an increasing demand for more automation and remote access have driven manufacturers to develop new features and capabilities for products that consumers have relied on for decades. With this all-too-familiar trend comes the security cost; these features promote efficiency, ease of access and automation, but too often overlook critical security fundamentals and can be compromised by malicious actors. Trellix's Advanced Threat Research team regularly studies products in this domain and works with vendors and manufacturers to uncover and disclose vulnerabilities, as well as promote the development of more secure consumer products.