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FireEye Launches Digital Threat Monitoring to Protect Organizations' Brands, People & Data

New service monitors the deep, dark and open web, alerting to threats across the digital underground.

WASHINGTON – FireEye Cyber Defense Summit – Oct. 9, 2019 – FireEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: FEYE), the intelligence-led security company, today announced the availability of FireEye Digital Threat Monitoring – a new way for customers to defend their digital footprint across otherwise inaccessible facets of the web.

Traditional cyber defenses are designed to protect assets that exist within an organization’s network. However, assets extend far beyond the network perimeter, thereby increasing the risk of exposure or theft. FireEye Digital Threat Monitoring automatically collects and analyzes content on the dark and open web, alerting defenders whenever a potential threat is detected. By exposing threats early, organizations can more effectively identify breaches, exposures, and digital threats before they escalate – without adding operational complexity for the current security team.

“No one has time to search the dark web all day for new updates, said the Lead Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst at a Fortune 500 Hospitality company. “FireEye Digital Threat Monitoring is useful for any team, especially smaller ones, to cover tons of ground in a limited amount of time. Rather than manually searching for threats across a bunch of forums, marketplaces, and social networks, the Digital Threat Monitoring portal alerts us to any malicious online chatter in real-time. Our network security is highly proactive as a result.”

“FireEye has a long track record of providing threat intelligence to organizations and governments that view threat intelligence as a critical capability. In fact, the depth and breadth of our collection sources means that FireEye holds the most mature underground monitoring capabilities in the business. This is critically important for organizations looking to take ownership of these once inaccessible facets of the internet,” said Sandra Joyce, SVP of Global Intelligence at FireEye.

Joyce continued, “Digital Threat Monitoring serves as a natural starting point for organizations looking to add intelligence capabilities to their security portfolio. We’re reducing risk by helping internal security teams extend their reach so they can focus on the most immediate threats to their organizations. This ROI benefit is easy to understand for business leaders outside of security.”

Digital Threat Monitoring Service Options with Simplified Risk Visualizations

Digital Threat Monitoring is offered in several different ways, depending on the monitoring timeframe and the level of analyst support needed. All service subscriptions include access to an Alerts Dashboard within the FireEye Intelligence Portal where further alert visualizations and situational awareness is available.

FireEye Digital Threat Monitoring service options include:

  • Digital Threat Assessment: A one-time assessment performed over 30 days using customer-selected keyword queries. At the end of the timeframe, FireEye will deliver a single report with insights and analysis regarding all the identified threats.
  • Digital Threat Monitoring: A subscription-based service that provides continuous monitoring and alerting to customer-selected keyword queries.
  • Digital Threat Monitoring Advanced: Builds on the above offering by including 40 annual investigations performed by FireEye intelligence analysts.
  • Digital Threat Monitoring Enterprise: Builds on the Advanced service by doubling the number of FireEye intelligence-led investigations for a total of 80 annually.

Digital Threat Monitoring Now Available through Expertise On Demand

In addition to being available as a stand-alone service, Expertise On Demand customers can request Digital Threat Assessments and the investigation of digital threat monitoring alerts in exchange for prepaid units. To learn more about extending the value of combining Digital Threat Monitoring with Expertise On Demand microservices, such as training, capability development, and custom intelligence, visit https://www.fireeye.com/solutions/expertise-on-demand.html

For additional details on FireEye Digital Threat Monitoring, visit https://www.fireeye.com/solutions/cyber-threat-intelligence/digital-threat-monitoring.html

About FireEye, Inc.

FireEye is the intelligence-led security company. Working as a seamless, scalable extension of customer security operations, FireEye offers a single platform that blends innovative security technologies, nation-state grade threat intelligence, and world-renowned Mandiant® consulting. With this approach, FireEye eliminates the complexity and burden of cyber security for organizations struggling to prepare for, prevent, and respond to cyber attacks. FireEye has over 8,200 customers across 103 countries, including more than 50 percent of the Forbes Global 2000.

© 2019 FireEye, Inc. All rights reserved. FireEye and Mandiant are registered trademarks or trademarks of FireEye, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other brands, products, or service names are or may be trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.

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