Accelerating into 2024 with NEOM McLaren Formula E Team
Learn more about how Trend is engineering innovation and resiliency with NEOM McLaren Formula E Team in 2024 and beyond.
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Since we announced our global, multi-year partnership with NEOM McLaren Formula E team in September, we’ve been excited for the 2024 season to commence. You can keep up to date with exciting announcements, NEOM McLaren race results, exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, and more here.
Engineering for success
Formula E, the premiere electric single-seater World Championship, pushes the boundaries of technology innovation in racing. Similarly, Trend’s cybersecurity platform sets the pace with industry-leading capabilities to help enterprises secure their attack surface.
Engineering for resilience
A well-practiced team and market-leading technology is the key to performing at your best—whether that’s when the lights go green, or you’re red teaming to improve cyber defenses.
Engineering for acceleration
Trend has always invested in performance and security that doesn’t slow you down. And with Formula E cars pushing the limits at over 320km/h, it’s no surprise that we have partnered with NEOM McLaren Formula E Team, where speed, experience, and response time are critical.
Engineering for the future and the environment
We’re proud of our 35-year legacy. Non-stop innovation has enabled us to adapt to new challenges at every turn and keep you safe. Formula E exists to drive innovation and technology in mobility to accelerate global electric vehicle adoption in an ambitious push to combat climate change. Together, we’re building for the future and a safer environment.
Learn more from NEOM McLaren Formula E Team Executives.
Zak Brown, Chief Executive Officer, McLaren Racing, discusses why partnering with Trend is critical for success:
Ian James, Team Principal, NEOM McLaren Formula E Team, looks ahead to the value Trend can provide:
Dan Keyworth, Director, Business Technology, McLaren Racing and Mike Milner, Vice President, Cloud Technology, Trend Micro discuss their shared goals of engineering for acceleration: