The Enterprise Virtualization and Cloud Security Journey Begins with Trend Micro

At every stage, Trend Micro offers a clear security plan for enterprises throughout the cloud and virtualization journey.

Trend Micro today announced two new product releases that further extend the company’s strategy to help enterprises reap the benefits of virtualization and cloud computing without giving up high levels of security along the way.

Trend Micro™ SecureCloud 1.1 provides enterprise-class data protection through encryption in the cloud, while Trend Micro™ Deep Security 7.5 Update 1 offers performance improvements that will enable the Deep Security virtual appliance to provide agentless intrusion detection and prevention using VMware vShield™ Endpoint for higher virtual machine density levels.
These products have achieved both market and industry recognition:
•    IDC reported that Trend Micro ranks #1 in worldwide server security market share.
•    The Tolly Group’s performance report found that Trend Micro Deep Security outperforms traditional AV solutions from Symantec and McAfee in the use of key system resources, enabling organizations to achieve over three times the virtual machine density than with these other AV solutions. This density improvement yields capital and operational expenditure savings from reduced hardware and an increase in ROI of the virtualization investment.
•    Trend Micro Deep Security agentless anti-malware has seen a groundswell of interest in the market with approximately 200 new customers acquired in the 3 months that the solution has been in the market.  Roughly half of these customers are new to Trend Micro, clear evidence that typical anti-malware solutions in the market are not meeting customers needs in virtualized environments.
•    Trend Micro SecureCloud currently boasts active users of Amazon EC2, Eucalyptus or VMware vCloud®  cloud infrastructures with other cloud-computing variants to be added in the future.

Read the full release here.

2017-01-14T21:38:50+00:00 February 22nd, 2011|Categories: Cloud Computing, trend micro, Virtualization Security|Tags: , , |

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