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."

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.

Cyberattacks Targeting Ukraine and HermeticWiper Protections

Cyberattacks Targeting Ukraine and HermeticWiper Protections

Analysis from the Trellix Advanced Threat Research (ATR) team of wipers deployed in Ukraine leading to likely connection between Whispergate, and HermeticWiper.

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.

What Is SOAR?

SOAR stands for Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response. SOAR platforms are a collection of security software solutions and tools for browsing and collecting data from a variety of sources. SOAR solutions then use a combination of human and machine learning to analyze this diverse data to comprehend and prioritize incident response actions.

The term is used to describe three software capabilities – threat and vulnerability management, security incident response and security operations automation. SOAR allows companies to collect threat-related data from a range of sources and automate the responses to the threat. The term was originally coined by Gartner, who also defined the three capabilities. Threat and vulnerability management (Orchestration) covers technologies that help amend cyber threats, while security operations automation (Automation) relates to the technologies that enable automation and orchestration within operations.

What security operations teams are looking for today:

  • Automate Repeated Response Workflow​
  • Save Time for Higher Priority Triage Tasks​
  • Easy Standardized Response to follow

Benefits of SOAR


Many security operations teams are struggling with connecting the noise from disparate systems​, resulting in too many error-prone manual processes, and lacking the highly skilled talent to solve for all of this. The result of this current way of addressing problems is the increased probability of missing an alert that matters, wasting time and resources due to manual processes, and slow response times due to lack of standardized response​​ capabilities. All resulting in minimizing the impact of security incidents of all types​, maximizing value of existing security investments​, and an overall reduced risk of legal liability and business downtime​ To achieve this:

  • Consolidate process management, technology and expertise​
  • Centralize asset monitoring​
  • Enrich alerts with contextual intelligence ​
  • Automate response and perform inline blocking