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7 Big Bets From FireEye-McAfee Enterprise CEO Bryan Palma

From market-leading Extended Detection and Response and Secure Access Service Edge offerings to MSSP-friendly multitenant portals, here’s what CEO Bryan Palma believes will set FireEye-McAfee Enterprise apart.

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A New Beginning  

Bryan Palma officially became CEO of the combined $2 billion FireEye-McAfee Enterprise organization Friday after private equity firm Symphony Technology Group (STG) closed its $1.2 billion acquisition of FireEye. Palma joined FireEye in February 2021 as executive vice president of products, and previously was BlackBerry’s president and COO as well as Cisco’s senior vice president and general manager of Americas’ customer experience.

Palma will have his work cut out for him, overseeing an organization with more than 5,000 employees and 40,000 customers that has grown more slowly than the industry in recent years. One of his first decisions will be whether to call the company FireEye or come up with a new name, which will have to be decided this quarter since the company doesn’t own the McAfee Enterprise name beyond this year.

Shortly after STG’s acquisition of FireEye closed, Palma spoke with CRN about his technological and go-to-market priorities for the combined organization. From Extended Detection and Response (XDR) and Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) to MSSP-friendly multitenant portals and potential partnerships with RSA Security portfolio companies, here’s what Palma believes will set the combined company apart.

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