Trend Micro Cloud One Overview
Trend Micro Cloud One USP
Trend Micro has progressed in the cloud encryption market by delivering a solution named SecureCloud. SecureCloud secures critical data on the cloud and virtual environment by providing encryption, which is supported with policy-based key management and unique server validation. SecureCloud supports data protection on private cloud, public cloud, and virtual environments. SecureCloud extends its support to Amazon EC2, Eucalyptus, vCloud, RightScale, TCloud, VMware ESX and vSphere, and other virtual environments. SecureCloud delivers keys to the devices in a secure way, and there is no requirement for the deployment of the file system and management infrastructure. SecureCloud aids in data privacy, regulatory compliance, and secure storage recycling. SecureCloud helps customers to be compliant with internal cybersecurity policies and government regulations, such as HIPAA, HITECH, Sarbanes-Oxley, GLB, and PCI-DSS. The encryption algorithms utilized for cloud data encryption are based on AES 256 bit. SecureCloud secures data, metadata, and associated structures without reducing the performance and operational efficiency. SecureCloud utilizes identity- and integrity-based policy enforcement, which makes sure that the keys are delivered only to authorized virtual machines. The product also aids in robust auditing, reporting, alerting, and remotely managing the cipher keys. Trend Micro also offers integrated DLP on network gateways and on cloud. DLP in the cloud environment provides features, such as inspection of the network and cloud environment, tracking of sensitive data, identification of critical business operations, and detection of suspicious data by monitoring keywords, regular expressions, and document attributes.