Trend Micro's Virtualization Roadmap

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 08-31-2010
Trend Micro continues its push around virtualization and cloud security with two new product releases. The first, which was made in conjunction with the VMworld 2010 conference in San Francisco, is Trend Micro Deep Security 7.5, which leverages the latest VMware vShield Endpoint API and now includes an agent-less anti-malware module. By integrating the vShield APIs, Trend Micro is able to provide completely agent-less security for virtual machines (VMs), Harish Agastya, director of datacenter security marketing at Trend Micro told CIO sister publication eWEEK.

Trend Micro also announced a beta release of SecureCloud, a hosted key management and data encryption service designed to give enterprises more control over data stored in public, private or hybrid clouds. Delivered via software-as-a-service, SecureCloud supports Amazon EC2, Eucalyptus, or VMware vCloud. The product is expected to be generally available in the 4Q 2010.

For more, read the eWeek article Trend Micro Targets Virtualization, Cloud Security.