I recently came across Fireeye and think that it may be a good addition to our existing security infrastructure. We are currently running the standard Client AV (symantec), email spam and virus (cisco ironport), web filtering (websense), etc.
From what I have been reading I like how fireeye protects at the gateway. So far everything I have read seems like this is a very good product/technology and looks like a lot of large companies are running it.
I would like to hear from any of you that are running it your thoughts. Has it actually helped or improved your defenses? Is it worth the cost/steup? Would you purchase it again if you had the choice or some other product?
Sure - it can be evident from their blog (http://www.fireeye.com/blog/) as well where researchers share their analysis and using their technologies. Some of the specific title to catch include
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