Trend Micro Deep Security 9 released
Posted on 28 August 2012.
Trend Micro announced Deep Security 9, a server security platform designed to provide server, application and data security across physical, virtual and cloud environments


Deep Security leverages both agentless and agent-based protection mechanisms to automatically and efficiently secure virtual servers and desktops, and private and public clouds and accelerate ROI.

Comprised of anti-malware, web reputation, firewall, intrusion prevention, integrity monitoring and log inspection technologies in one integrated solution; the solution protects mission critical enterprise applications and data from data breaches and business disruptions without expensive emergency patching. It also enables compliance to many regulations such as PCI DSS 2.0, HIPAA, NIST and SAS 70.

What's new in Trend Micro Deep Security 9:

Integration into vCloud Director and Amazon Web Services, as well as a unified management console, enables organizations to extend their data center security to workloads in VMware vCloud and Amazon-based public cloud workloads enforcing the same corporate policies across both environments and managing the security of both environments through a single pane of glass.

Support for latest VMware releases Ė Deep Security 9 will support VMware vSphere 5.1 and vCloud Networking and Security (vCNS). This release will mark the product's 4th generation of integration with VMware products.

Enhancements to Deep Security Agentless Platform to include improved performance through VMware ESX level caching and deduplication, and recommendation scans that take the guesswork out of tuning security policies.

Hypervisor integrity monitoring extends security and compliance of virtualized systems to the hypervisor. By utilizing Intel TPM/TXT technology, the solution is able to monitor for any unauthorized changes to the hypervisor thereby helping organizations meet evolving compliance requirements like PCI DSS Virtualization Guidelines.

An agile multi-tenant architecture for software-defined data centers and providers that enables logical separation of tenant policies and data, allows delegation and self-service for tenants, and supports elastic cloud-scaling with automated deployment and provisioning of Deep Security components. RESTful management APIs also facilitates extensibility and integration into modern cloud infrastructure.





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