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  • What Makes a Standalone IPS so Effective?

    In this white paper, explore the guiding principles security researchers need to follow when designing and developing effective vulnerability filters, with examples of how these filters can be used by an IPS to detect and block the latest threats.

  • Go Beyond Next-Gen IPS

    Organizations have relied on next-gen IPS to detect and block threats at wire speed. But with the first next-gen IPS arriving on the scene more than a decade ago, at what point does "next generation" become "current generation"? In this white paper, learn why enterprises can no longer solely rely on a next-gen IPS to protect their networks.

  • Stay Protected with a Layered Network Defense

    Learn why standalone next-generation intrusion prevention systems (NGIPS) are still an enterprise requirement.

  • Breach Detection Systems Test Report

    NSS Labs performed an independent test of the Trend Micro Deep Discovery Inspector Model 4000. In this Breach Detection System Test Report, explore the Deep Discover Inspector's security effectiveness, network performance and more.

  • Threat Protection System Assessment

    In this paper, learn how TippingPoint TPS can increase the security posture of an organization as well as assist users in meeting certain requirements of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

  • The Critical Role of Endpoint Detection and Response

    Conventional security solutions are useful and provide some level of protection. However, surveys find that the current level of protection is simply not adequate. In this Osterman Research report, explore why many organizations are deploying endpoint detection and response technologies as a supplement to their existing security defenses.

  • Enterprise Email Security, Q2 2019: The 12 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up

    Email is a critical business function deeply embedded in business processes. Its ubiquity makes email a platform for credential phishing attempts, malware, spam, and business email compromise. This research report suggests 3 key considerations to look for when choosing an email content security provider.

  • Five Myths of Network Security in a Hybrid Infrastructure

    Not surprisingly, the transition to a hybrid infrastructure is creating confusion among both security professionals and vendors regarding where security controls should be deployed. In this white paper, explore 5 myths about the need for traditional network security in a hybrid infrastructure.

  • Advice and Tips About DevOps for Beginners

    Being brand new to DevOps is intimidating. After all, its methodology alters the traditional definitions of software development, deployment, and even security. Jump into this E-Guide to build a rock-solid foundation for your first forays into the DevOps world.

  • Why Security Matters in DevOps

    DevSecOps has become an essential component to the way we develop, ship, and maintain code, but without proper security practices in place, the DevOps pipeline can lead developers to deploy compromised code. Discover why security for DevOps is so important, as well as tools that can help you build security into your DevOps pipeline.

  • A Guide to Joining DevOps and Security

    If you want to build out your DevOps and security programs in order to improve your application security initiatives, vulnerability testing has to be baked into your day-to-day processes. In this e-guide, explore tips for blending DevOps and security in order to help your organization catch vulnerabilities and resolve them quickly.

  • Shipping Fast

    In the security world, you don't normally hear people talking about moving fast. However, a modern and resilient security strategy is just as fast as the rest of your business. In this webcast, listen as Mark Nunnikhoven, VP of Cloud Research at Trend Micro discusses the benefits of reducing the number of security tools your team uses.

  • Servers, Servers, Everywhere: How the Hybrid Cloud is a Game Changer for Security

    While the hybrid cloud offers many benefits, it is important that existing architectures are maintained and secured. In this white paper, learn more about the dynamics of the hybrid cloud and the security challenges introduced at both the business and technical levels.

  • 6 Steps to Comprehensive Container Security

    Container security is challenging, as it covers so many aspects of the development process and supporting infrastructure. The overall strategy can be simply put as "secure outside in". In this white paper, discover 6 steps to implementing the "secure outside in" approach.

  • Addressing Security Challenges in Hybrid Cloud Environments

    Enterprises are increasingly using hybrid environments, but this move can come with risks and challenges especially for organizations adopting DevOps. How can hybrid environment security fit naturally into development processes? Download this white paper to learn more.

  • Run Applications Anywhere

    In this webcast, listen as Mark Nunnikhoven, VP of Cloud Research at Trend Micro discusses how you can implement a simpler strategy for maintaining security while running your applications in any environment.

  • Building Secure Software

    Building securely doesn't just mean the code you are creating is high quality and doesn't have any obvious security vulnerabilities; it's more complicated than that. You have to account for that complexity when checking for vulnerabilities. In this webcast, listen as Mark Nunnikhoven of Trend Micro discusses how to build securely.

  • Orion Health Automates Security on AWS and Gains Centralized Management

    Orion Health embarked on a journey to build a SOC to support the deployment of Amadeus on AWS. They wanted everything on AWS to be automated. Having consistent, automated policies and processes would help to ensure that their customers' data was protected. In this case study, learn about Orion Health's experience using Trend Micro's Deep Security.

  • 10 Must Knows For Architecting Your Multi-Cloud Security Strategy

    Security should be an integral part of your cloud strategy. Designing and implementing security controls for your public cloud environment, requires a thorough understanding of the division of responsibilities between the cloud service provider and you as a customer. In this white paper, explore 10 things you should know about multi-cloud security.

  • Leveraging the Agility of DevOps Processes to Secure Hybrid Clouds

    In this white paper, explore how hybrid clouds bring changes to business models, methodologies, and technologies, the intersection of which represents an opportunity to efficiently improve an organization's cybersecurity while also enabling the speed of business.

  • Market Guide for Cloud Workload Protection Platforms: Assessment

    With the rise of cloud adoption, there is a fast-moving shift from traditional signature-based end-user security to a much more tactful and strategic approach to protecting cloud servers and workloads. In this resource, explore 5 buyer recommendations to address security and compliance risks inherent in public cloud environments.

  • Market Guide for Cloud Workload Protection Platforms: Assessment

    In this Assessment of Gartner's Market Guide for Cloud Workload Protection Platforms, find out which capabilities and considerations Trend Micro meets.

  • Using Trend Micro's Hybrid Cloud Security Solution to Meet PCI DSS 3.2 Compliance

    This white paper examines the applicability of Trend Micro's Hybrid Cloud Security Solution, specifically Trend Micro Deep Security, to secure Payment Card Industry (PCI) data in accordance with the PCI DSS when used in physical, virtual, cloud, or container environments.

  • Bridging Cybersecurity Gaps with Managed Detection and Response

    Managed detection and response (MDR) enables a proactive approach to security with its ability to detect and fully analyze threats and promptly respond to incidents. With the complexity of today's threats the stakes are high. In this resource, look at how MDR can face cybersecurity challenges.

  • Security 101: Defending Against Fileless Malware

    Fileless malware aren't new, but they're an increasingly prevalent threat. They aren't as visible as traditional malware, employ a variety of techniques to stay persistent, and can adversely affect the integrity of the organization's business process. In this resource, take a closer look at how fileless threats work and how to prevent them.

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