Trend Micro launches regional XDR data lake in India
Bengaluru: Cloud cyber-security firm Trend Micro on Monday announced the launch of its regional data lake for detection and response (XDR) service in India.
Trend Micro XDR offers the most extensive correlated detection going beyond endpoint detection and response (EDR).
It collects and analyses activity data from emails, endpoints, servers, cloud workloads, and networks, enabling security operations centre (SOC) teams to detect, investigate and respond to advanced threats.
Trend Micro launched its local managed XDR data centre service in India last year.
“Now, we have launched our local XDR data lake, Cloud App Security and Apex One SaaS along with sandbox, hosted out of India data centre to serve our vast clientele. This is the need of the hour, as data sovereignty and data protection are of utmost importance to our customers and us alike,” said Nilesh Jain, Vice President, Southeast Asia and India, Trend Micro.
Trend Micro Cloud App Security sandbox integrates directly with Office 365, Google G Suite and other services using application programming interfaces (APIs) and enforces compliance on cloud file-sharing and collaboration tools, including Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive for business and Microsoft Teams, among others.
In India, cloud and endpoint security are the biggest growth drivers seen in the last two years.
Customers are looking for a comprehensive endpoint security with advanced protection capabilities that defend and respond to unknown and stealthier threats.
“Trend Micro Apex One SaaS leverages a blend of cross-generational threat techniques to provide the broadest protection against all types of threats. It redefines endpoint security with its breadth of capabilities and gives centralised visibility and control across all functions,” explainedï¿½Frank Kuo, Vice President, Product Management, Trend Micro.