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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."

Trellix Launches Advanced Threat Research Center
Trellix Launches Advanced Research Center

Trellix announced the establishment of the Trellix Advanced Research Center to advance global threat intelligence.

The Threat Report - Fall 2022
Latest Report

Trellix Advanced Research Center analyzes Q3 2022 threat data on ransomware, nation-states, sectors, vectors, LotL, MITRE ATT&CK techniques, and emails.


The latest cybersecurity trends, best practices,
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When Pwning Cisco Persistence Is Key When Pwning Supply Chain Cisco Is Key

The Trellix Advanced Research Center found two vulnerabilities in Cisco appliances: one that could allow attackers to gain persistent root access to the underlying system. These vulnerabilities were disclosed per Trellix's responsible disclosure process.

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We Don’t Just Patch – We Hack

Cisco edge devices (and yes, you should patch!). This is next in our series of research into edge devices, and we’ve found bugs affecting users at all levels – consumer, small business and now, enterprise.

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The Bug Report — January 2023 Edition

January began with a headache on a Sunday morning and, if you happen to be on the receiving end of this month's remote code excitement, it ended with one, too.

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Trellix’s Differentiated Position in the XDR Market - Highlighted in Industry Reports and Customer Reviews

Trellix is the only XDR vendor that meets all the criteria specific to the latest XDR front-end components reports published by Gartner.

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GuLoader: The NSIS Vantage Point

In this blog, we cover the multiple archive types used by threat actors to trick users into opening an email attachment. We also cover the progression of its distribution inside NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) executable files by showing the obfuscation and string encryption updates through the year 2022.

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