MILPITAS, Calif., March 12, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FireEye, Inc. (Nasdaq:FEYE), the leader in stopping today's advanced cyber attacks, has been recognized by Frost & Sullivan with the 2014 Global Web & E-mail Content Security Customer Value Enhancement Award. The award, based on the findings of Frost & Sullivan's Global Research Platform and TEAM research methodology, recognizes how the FireEye virtual machine-based security platform has excelled in addressing the needs of customers looking for protection against advanced cyber attacks.
To combat increasingly complex and persistent online attacks, FireEye developed the FireEye ® Multi-Vector Virtual Execution ™ (MVX) engine, which identifies and protects against known and unknown threats that existing signature-based technologies are unable to detect. FireEye also provides customers access to the FireEye Dynamic Threat Intelligence ™ cloud, which shares threat intelligence to identify and neutralize unique threats. The combination of virtual machine-based technology and FireEye Dynamic Threat Intelligence allows FireEye to provide organizations valuable protection not available from other security vendors.
"Based on our research, FireEye is a leader in providing products and services that protect companies and organizations of all sizes against the nastiest of today's malware," said Frank Dickson, Frost & Sullivan Principal Analyst. "FireEye has done an exceptional job of providing businesses with a modern and effective layer of protection that targets and neutralizes threats in real time for organizations in both the public and private sector.""Customers are core to the success of FireEye and receiving this award is a great point of pride for us because it validates the work we've put into building what we believe to be the best security platform available," said Dave DeWalt, CEO of FireEye. "This award reinforces the value we're creating for customers and how FireEye is becoming a trusted security partner to help organizations navigate through the next generation of threats."