Mandiant confirms rebrand from FireEye to Mandiant, Inc.

Tuesday, 12 October, 2021

Mandiant confirms rebrand from FireEye to Mandiant, Inc.

Mandiant, Inc. has announced that its corporate name change from FireEye, Inc. is now effective. The company has rebranded as Mandiant, Inc. and its Nasdaq common stock ticker symbol has changed from FEYE to MNDT. The changes reflect the company’s strategy to focus on Mandiant’s security controls-agnostic solutions, delivered through the Mandiant Advantage cloud-based platform. Pursuant to this strategy, on 2 June 2021, the company announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to sell the FireEye Products business, including the FireEye name, to a consortium led by Symphony Technology Group (STG).

Kevin Mandia, CEO of Mandiant, said renaming as Mandiant, Inc. and changing the company’s stock symbol aligns the company’s corporate identity with its mission of making every organisation secure from cyber threats. Mandia added that over the past 17 years, the company has established itself as a trusted brand and responded to critical breaches, consistent with its mission of securing its customers. “Our relaunch as Mandiant signifies our continued commitment to helping every organisation secure their environment and be confident in their readiness to defend against and respond to cyber threats,” Mandia said.

Mandiant current spends more than 200,000 hours responding to attacks and completes more than 1000 engagements each year. The resulting insights are what power Mandiant’s dynamic cyber defence solutions, which are all delivered through the Mandiant Advantage SaaS platform. Dynamic cyber defence brings effective and efficient cybersecurity to organisations of all sizes, enabling them to consistently adapt their defensive posture as the threat environment changes.

“Over the years, organisations have sought to modernise and secure their critical business processes by adopting security and IT technologies from many different vendors. Mandiant is uniquely positioned to help customers take decisive action and minimise risk, irrespective of their size or the security controls they use. We expect our pending sale of the FireEye Products business to enable greater agility and spur increased company growth,” said John Watters, President and Chief Operating Officer at Mandiant.

Watters added that Mandiant empowers security teams to understand and proactively protect against the relevant threats facing their organisations, by combining machine, adversary breach intelligence and operational cyber threat intelligence.

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