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Trellix Introduction Video
Trellix Introduction

A living security platform with a pulse that is always learning and always adapting.

Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms
Gartner MQ (Endpoint)

Download the Magic Quadrant report, which evaluates the 19 vendors based on ability to execute and completeness of vision.

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."

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 Threat Labs Research Report: April 2022
Trellix Threat Labs Research Report: April 2022

Our report on the rise of cyberattacks in the fourth quarter and Ukraine in the start of the new year.

Trellix CEO
Our CEO on Living Security

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

Trellix Introduction Video
Trellix Introduction

A living security platform with a pulse that is always learning and always adapting.

Protecting Critical Infrastructure

Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) consists of measures to safeguard interdependent systems, networks and assets that form the backbone of services essential to society. Examples of vital physical infrastructure include roads, bridges, airports, communication facilities, and power plants. Information-based infrastructure enables all others and is characterized by computers and networks -- especially supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems -- that operate on an interconnected basis to enable information exchange and analysis across critical functions. These include banking, electrical power generation and distribution, medical services, government emergency services, and air and surface transportation.

As the critical information infrastructure of most western nations is largely owned and operated by the private sector, we need a dynamic set of solutions, reflecting the fact that emerging threats, and the technology needed to deter them, often change faster than the regulatory process can keep up. The rapid and continuing changes inherent on the internet, combined with its global reach, demand flexible solutions that can be quickly adapted to new and evolving circumstances.

What's at Stake

The destruction or incapacitation of physical and/or information-based infrastructures from natural disaster, cyber-attacks, or other means could cause great harm to citizens, companies and governments. The challenge of protecting critical information systems and networks is global. Today’s information infrastructure fundamentally depends upon worldwide connectivity and interoperability. It is therefore essential to approach the challenge of protecting global critical information infrastructure by adopting effective international strategies and solutions.

At Trellix, we are dedicated to making the connected world more secure. We believe that no one person, product, or organization can fight cyber adversaries alone, particularly critical infrastructure organizations that are being attacked daily by nation states and global criminal syndicates. To date, Trellix has built a strong business in key critical infrastructure sectors, including health care, government, and finance. We are also making progress in other critical sectors such as communications and energy. As part of our dedication to serving the interests of our customers, we take an active interest, and seek to influence, the public policy environments in which our customers and prospects operate as part of a larger, win-win strategy.