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The MVX engine detonates suspicious files, Web pages, and email attachments within instrumented virtual machine environments to confirm a cyber-attack.
This threat intelligence is in a standards-based format, which enables the intelligence to be correlated and shared among the entire Fire Eye deployment to stop today's cyber-attacks.
The core of the Fire Eye platform is the patented Multi-Vector Virtual Execution (MVX) engine, which provides dynamic, signature-less, and virtualised analysis of today's advanced cyber-attacks.
The core of MVX begins with the Fire Eye hardened hypervisor, a purpose-built hypervisor designed for threat analysis with built-in countermeasures against malware.
The only vendor providing security at multi-gigabit speeds to protect at such scale, Fire Eye enables consolidation of IT resources, lowering the total cost of threat prevention.
Fire Eye offers breadth and depth of signature-less protection across the range of zero-day APT attacks and attack methods.
Its Multi-Vector Virtual Execution engine technology is extensible to multiple threat vectors to address Web, email, mobile, and content-based attacks enabling correlation across attack vectors.
The evening culminated with the Editor's Choice Award, presented to Richard Bach, assistant director, Cyber Security Digital Economy Unit, BIS, Department for Culture, Media and Sport, on behalf of the Cyber Essentials programme, a government-backed, industry supported scheme to help organisations protect themselves against common cyber-attacks – praised as possibly the most significant initiative to reduce cyber crime.
All other awards were chosen by a team of independent experts, categories such as Best Cloud Computing Security Solution, Best Email Security Solution and Best Emerging Technology as well as CISO of the Year, and security company of the year.
He then introduced Ian Glover, president of Crest who emphasised the professionalisation of the industry, and the further steps needed to ensure it is a viable and attractive career option for today's school students.
Then after dinner, compere Ed Byrne entertained guests and presented the Award winners with their trophies.
The full list of winners is as follows: Best Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Protection - Fire Eye The Fire Eye platform combats today's advanced cyber-attacks and is designed from the ground up to stop advanced persistent threats used by cyber-criminals and sophisticated attackers.
With the Fire Eye Threat Prevention Platform, Dynamic Threat Intelligence, and Services, enterprises get multi-faceted, coordinated defence capabilities to guard against sophisticated attacks including zero-day attacks, unknown malware and APT attacks.