FireEye has bolstered its next-generation threat-defence portfolio, unveiling Advanced Threat Intelligence and Security as a Service solutions.
FireEye Advanced Threat Intelligence is a solution that provides access to the firm's threat data and analytical tools.
It adds two new capabilities to complement FireEye's existing Dynamic Threat Intelligence subscription service. The first offers customers real-time intelligence on any new incoming threat identified by FireEye's Threat Prevention Platform.
The second offers customers a threat intelligence research service that will offer news and analysis on advanced threat groups as well as profiles of commonly targeted industries.
The second FireEye Security as a Service solution will offer customers access to the firm's defence technologies and services on a pay-as-you-go model. Key offerings include 24-7 access to FireEye analysts and staff, Mandiant's incident-response team and "select partners".
Buyers will also be able to receive personalised intelligence reports offering them insights on the attackers specifically targeting their industry, typical attack methodologies used and their motivations.
The solution will offer multiple licensing models and let customers choose to pay a subscription operational expense fee or pay an initial one-off, up-front capital expense fee.
The solutions are part of FireEye's "Adaptive Defense" security model. The model is designed to let customers scale their use of FireEye's services up or down based on their specific needs.
CEO of FireEye David DeWalt said he expects the flexible pricing structure to prove a hit with firms that feature established in-house security teams and only require intermittent access to its specialist advanced threat-mitigation technologies.
"FireEye is now able to serve as an extension of our customers' security teams so they can more quickly implement an Adaptive Defense security model," he said.
"By blending FireEye's technology, intelligence and expertise into a single on-demand offering, FireEye as a Service simplifies and consolidates the disparate patchwork of products and services organisations must piece together to defend themselves."
FireEye is one of many firms working to bolster its next-generation threat defence offering. Cisco has unveiled its next-generation Cisco ASA with Firepower Services on 17 September.
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