2017 Press Releases

August 11, 2017

Trend Micro Deep Security to Reinforce Innovation in AWS GovCloud Marketplace

Trend Micro Incorporated announced the availability of Deep Security in the recently launched Amazon Web Services (AWS) GovCloud Marketplace to reinforce innovation and understanding of government compliance requirements. As an AWS Advanced Technology Partner for more than eight years, Trend Micro enables customers with the tools needed to secure highly compliant workloads in the cloud, while increasing operational efficiency and helping customers to maximize the benefits of moving to the cloud all while remaining compliant. These are the reasons why Trend Micro is a chosen cyber security partner for many agencies. 

According to IDC research, Trend Micro has been named the leader in the IDC Corporate Server Security segment for the last seven years. Additionally, in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms, Trend Micro was positioned highest and furthest to the right among leaders, for its ability to execute and completeness of vision.
 
Trend Micro’s Deep Security™, powered by XGen™, provides complete cloud protection from a single agent that scales seamlessly and helps government organizations maintain continuous compliance. Additionally, Deep Security integrates effortlessly into the development process with friction-less set-up and procurement tied into one workflow utilizing Trend Micro’s Quick Start. Developed to reduce complexity in deploying AWS workloads with specific compliance requirements, the Quick Start template enables customers to adhere to federal compliances that stem from frameworks such as FISMA, FedRAMP, NIST, DFARS and many others.
 
“Our investment in the AWS Marketplace starts with our customers,” said Adam Boyle, director of product management, Trend Micro. “Trend Micro customers who use the AWS GovCloud can now seamlessly protect their highly compliant workloads with a single security tool available directly through the AWS GovCloud Marketplace, giving the enterprise a way to move to the cloud without the friction that procurement can create.”