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FireEye customers get liability shield thanks to SAFETY Act

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, May 1, 2015.

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    Last week, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) certified FireEye under the SAFETY Act, providing their customers protection from lawsuits or claims alleging that the products failed to prevent an act of cyber-terrorism.

    The news of the certification was reported by FireEye in a press release, and stipulates that FireEye’s Multi-Vector Virtual Execution engine and Dynamic Threat Intelligence platform are the two products now on the SAFETY Act approved technologies list.

    For anyone not familiar with what SAFETY Act is - the overall aim is to make sure that an act of terrorism doesn't (as stated by the DHS) "deter manufacturers or sellers of anti-terrorism technologies from developing, commercializing, and deploying technologies that could save lives."

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