Sports after merger: McAfee Enterprise and Fireye now operate as a Trellix
COVID-19: Vaccinations cancelled for children under five due to booking glitch; Ontario reports 11,352 new cases; 446 in Ottawa
Mayor Jim Watson said Tuesday the next two to four weeks will be among the most difficult yet in the pandemic. “Our seniors, our kids, our small businesses, restaurants, our students and our families. But we don’t have a lot of options to avoid some difficult decisions.” Ottawa will be implementing new public health measures, Watson said, in line with Monday’s provincial announcement that Ontario will return to its phased “roadmap to reopening.” The city has “done its part remarkably well,” the mayor said, with 83 per cent of eligible residents (5-plus) now fully vaccinated and 90 per cent of those 12 and older fully vaccinated.
The new joint venture develops "vibrant security". His technologies should learn to adapt to advanced threats. Trellix has around 5,000 employees and annual turnover of nearly $ 2 billion dollars.
The Symphony Technology Group (STG), which has taken over McAfee Enterprise for $ 4 billion in the past March and in June Fireeye for $ 1.2 billion, has given the resulting joint venture a new name. The two cyber security companies that have been under one roof since October are now able to operate.
According to STG, the company will focus on detecting and responding to threats through machine learning and automation. TRELLIX will develop something like this, which can be called "lively security" - a security technology that learns and adapts to protect ongoing business operations from the most advanced threat managers.
Not all of McAfee Enterprise is bundled in Trellix. The Secure Service Edge Portfolio belonging to the Cloud Access Security Broker, Secure Web Gateway and Zero Trust Network Access should be spun off in this quarter.
Trellix will have a common customer base of 40,000 customers. With around 5,000 employees, the security provider seeks sales of almost $ 2 billion.
Canadiens name Kent Hughes as their new general manager .
Kent Hughes is the new general manager of the Canadiens. The team announced Tuesday morning that the 51-year-old Montreal native has become the 18th GM in franchise history, replacing Marc Bergevin, who was fired on Nov. 28. “We are very excited to add Kent Hughes to our organization,” Canadiens owner/president Geoff Molson said in a statement. “Kent is highly respected in the hockey world, having built an excellent reputation as an NHL player agent for over 25 years now.” Hughes will work with Jeff Gorton, who was named the Canadiens’ new executive vice-president of hockey operations after Bergevin was fired.