New Report Highlights Key Elements of Cloud Workload Security Landscape

Bengaluru, September 22, 2023 – Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global cybersecurity leader, today revealed its citation by analyst Forrester in a new report which will help IT buyers better understand the landscape of cloud workload security offerings.

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Forrester’s report, The Cloud Workload Security Landscape, Q3 2023, lists Trend Micro as one of six vendors that generate $250m or more in annual revenue from their cloud workload security (CWS) portfolio.

The report also covers extended use cases that include three areas of focus for Trend: agent-based cloud workload protection; container protection; and cloud security posture management (CSPM). Trend has decades of experience innovating in all three product areas, and will be showcasing further advancements at AWS re:Invent in November.

Container and cloud workload protection will be enhanced, unified and integrated with XDR to deliver centralized detection and response for the cloud (CDR).

Trend will also look to integrate its CSPM and container runtime vulnerability capabilities into a major new offering to help customers better manage risk across their cloud attack surface.

These enhancements are part of the Trend Vision One™ strategy designed to deliver visibility, control and risk management across the entire IT and OT environment from a single platform.

“Trend Micro pioneered cloud security as we know it,” said Vijendra Katiyar, Country Manager for India and SAARC at Trend Micro. “We remain focused on innovating for our customers, whatever stage of the cloud journey they’re at. Our upcoming announcements at AWS re:Invent will deliver even more value as we accelerate our platform-based security strategy to help global organizations improve attack surface risk management.”

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