Hong Kong: Trend Micro has increased agility and automation in cloud security via integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS). This allows Trend Micro to offer flexible and scalable all-in-one security to DevOps teams in the organisation.
Trend Micro has been collaborating with AWS since 2012 and gained a deep customer use case understanding.
Recently, Cloud One offerings have been natively integrated with AWS Control Tower and Systems Manager Distributor.
These additions are aimed to bring immediate benefit to security, cloud and DevOps teams leveraging AWS. This is done by automating enforcement of security capabilities earlier in the account and resource provisioning process.
“Trend Micro is an Advanced Technology Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN) with a long-standing history of providing security solutions to help customers address their portion of the shared responsibility model,” said Siva Padisetty, GM – AWS Systems Manager, Amazon Web Services.
“Trend Micro’s continuing investment in integrations with native AWS capabilities, such as AWS Control Tower and AWS Systems Manager Distributor, reduces onboarding and management friction while adopting an enhanced security posture,” added Padisetty.
“Trend Micro is the dominant leader in Software-Defined Compute (SDC) workload protection,” making up 29.5% of the worldwide hybrid cloud workload security market share, according to IDC report.
“We understand that security teams don’t always have complete control or visibility into how cloud instances are being spun up, configured and used across the company,” said Sanjay Mehta, SVP -Business Development and Aliances, Trend Micro.
“Listening to and understanding customer needs and feedback drives our innovations and collaboration with AWS. Having our solutions plug in natively with AWS offerings like AWS Control Tower and AWS Systems Manager Distributor adds visibility and automates security for our customers” added Mehta.
Through this collaboration, Trend Micro Cloud One offers the broadest platform support and API integration to protect AWS infrastructure. That includes building with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances, AWS Lambda, AWS Fargate, containers, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), or Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) networking.