Revenues fell short of last year's Q4 mark.
The company says its platform reduces manual processes and false alarms.
Here's a quick recap of how the public companies that we cover performed in the third quarter of 2016.
Q3 revenues grew, and losses could have been worse.
About 350 employees will be laid off.
Kevin Mandia is now da man (as of June 15).
FireEye ought to get bought; Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent's big day looms; SAP joins the cloud crowd.
A hot streak gets cut short by China, of all things.
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FireEye shares tumble on exec departure.
Every company needs a cute animal mascot these days. Unless you're in the security business. Here's what we saw around last week's Black Hat conference.
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