Trend Micro Deep Security for the Hybrid Cloud Reviews

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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
November 16, 2019

Trend Micro Deep Security for the Hybrid Cloud - It's pretty descent.

Score 8 out of 10
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We are using the hybrid cloud security right now to protect our azure deployment and are looking into using it, just on a few key servers in the cloud and deploying to our own homegrown on-site cloud deployment. We are also using it to protect the limited number of saas applications that we have running right now. It may be expanded in the future but for now, it is just used on a few server deployments and saas applications.
  • It's easy to use the console.
  • It has a very similar look and feels to Deep Security Console.
  • It plugs into the Apex Central for easy management.
  • Agent updates can be a pain - sometimes requires a reboot.
  • Trend upgrades don't always go as planned - install errors on the upgrades.
  • It seems like there is a new vulnerability every week, sometimes.
So far we, unfortunately, have been using it in a limited scenario but we find that it has been very easy to use and manage in that scenario. Integrating the protection of our few saas applications was actually very simple and being able to use a very light weight agent like deep security agent has been very useful. Other agents ate up a lot of CPU or ram or both but this one is very light.
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Brad Daugherty | TrustRadius Reviewer
September 12, 2016

Trend Micro Deep Security Review

Score 6 out of 10
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Trend Micro Deep Security is being used throughout the organization. We use the agentless security to protect our server environment. We are able to push this out to servers on demand and make sure they are protected upon boot while not using server resources while protecting the VM's. We also use this to protect our desktop/laptops with the full agent.
  • Agentless Security
  • Immediate protection upon boot
  • Central Management Console
  • DSVA easy deployment
  • Agent based security on Desktop/Laptop and error reporting is very difficult to maintain.
  • Support is very slow to respond and resolve issues.
  • Price point is on the higher end in the agentless marketplace.
Hypervisor based agentless security this product excels at. It provides thorough protection for your VM's. The web filtering product that comes with it also does a great job filtering out malicious websites from being accessed by users with a very user friendly prompt that they are going to a website which has been found to be malicious. This is particularly useful when it comes to VDI.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
April 19, 2017

Trend Micro Deep Security - Virtually Worry Free Protection of your VMware Environment

Score 10 out of 10
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Trend Micro Deep Security is a zero footprint anti-malware and file integrity solution for enterprise virtual infrastructure. Deep Security ties in with your VMware environment very tightly, and it is a very solid application. The agent resides on the ESX host versus the guest VM, in which case doesn't take resources away from the performance of the VM. Whereas we use an antivirus client on physical machines in the enterprise, we use Deep Security for protection of our virtual environment. The dashboard, alerts, and events notify the admin when there is an issue and finding solutions to issues is easy. If needed, support is excellent, and there is very little delay with Deep Security engineers jumping in to resolve more complex issues.
  • Trend Micro Deep Security quarantines and removes malware from VMs in out virtual environment. I have tested this out myself several times using the Eicar test virus file, and I have found many times reported in the Deep Security dashboard malware that was quarantined.
  • Deep Security actually provides us visibility to the state of anti-malware and file integrity protection of our VMware environment. It provides the infrastructure administrators and administrators peace of mind by giving us real-time data, visual and otherwise, into the state of our virtual infrastructure.
  • Deep Security is particularly good at notifying administrators of any issues with protected VMs. The dashboard is very customizable and provides the admin with multiple widgets to make viewing components of the dash extremely useful from an operations perspective.
  • Trend Micro has very little room for improvement. I am using version 9.6 at this time and it is extremely reliable. Some of the upgrades were not completely intuitive, but in those cases Deep Security support came through with documentation that covered all the bases.
In an environment where at least 40-50% of your PCs/servers are virtual and if the organization has 100+ VMs, Trend Micro Deep Security is appropriate for the organization. Otherwise, it may be overkill. For us, it was a good solution, and it eliminated 20+ man hours weekly implementing Deep Security, making anti-malware much simpler to manage.
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About Trend Micro Deep Security for the Hybrid Cloud

Trend Micro Deep Security is cloud security software suite, from Trend Micro, for hybrid cloud environments and virtualization security.

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