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FireEye Myth and Reality

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Oct 15, 2015.

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    Some tech companies are always associated with their first acts. Dell just acquired my first employer, EMC Corporation, in order to expand its enterprise portfolio yet the company will always be linked with personal computers and its founder’s dorm room. F5 has become a nexus that brings together networks and applications but will always retain the moniker of a load balancing company. Bit9 has established itself as a major next-generation endpoint player yet some people can only think of its original focus on white listing.

    In my opinion, FireEye shares a similar limited reputation as many security professionals equate the company with a single cybersecurity technology, network “sandboxing,” in spite of the company’s acquisitions, progress, and diversification. This limited perceptions seems especially true on Wall Street where financial analysts continue to judge FireEye based upon the number of competitive vendors who offer network sandboxes of their own.

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