Trend Micro releases latest Deep Security version

New XGen security features enhanced server protection and extends to container architectures

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Trend Micro releases latest Deep Security version The increasing adoption of virtualisation and cloud is driving organisations to step back from traditional approaches and embracing modern solutions.
By  David Nidchu Published  February 16, 2017

Trend Micro Deep Security 10, powered by the company’s threat intelligence-led security platform XGen Security, is now available.

Deep Security is designed to protecting environments from physical, virtual and cloud servers across such technologies as VMware, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.

The increasing adoption of virtualisation and cloud is driving organisations to change and simplify their approach to security, stepping back from traditional approaches and embracing modern solutions.

“The business demands for faster application delivery using the cloud without increasing IT spend means that security needs to be looked at differently,” says Jason Cradit, senior director of technology for TRC Solutions. “Deep Security fits the DevSecOps model, giving us full visibility of all cloud workloads and automated provisioning of a broad range of security controls, which enables us to easily support an ever-expanding pipeline of new applications with a small, nimble team.”

Deep Security includes a blend of cross generational threat defence techniques for protecting servers from known bad threats, including anti-malware and intrusion prevention (IPS) to detect and stop sophisticated attacks. As a part of the XGen Security strategy, Deep Security 10 adds multiple new security techniques, including the prevention of unauthorised software changes with application control. Designed with the hybrid cloud in mind, the new application control feature can protect servers from sophisticated attacks such as ransomware, even when applications are constantly changing and elastic workloads are distributed across virtual and cloud environments.

To further enhance the ability to detect unknown threats, Deep Security 10 supports sandbox integration with Trend Micro Deep Discovery, and will also soon add machine learning to its list of advanced threat defence techniques.

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