Automating Advanced Security in the Software Defined Data CenterSmita Deshpande, Sr. WW PLM Manager, VMware; Steve Neville, Director, Cloud and Data Center Security, Trend MicroDelivering security without compromising performance and efficiency.
Business demands are constantly changing and you need to be able to respond quickly, without compromising agility, efficiency and control. Software-Defined Data Center architecture helps enterprises achieve distinct IT outcomes for greater security, availability and faster service delivery. In this webinar, you will hear how the VMware NSX network virtualization platform and Trend Micro Deep Security work together to enable scalable, high performance security and you will learn how to….
• Simplify orchestration and automation of security controls
• Enforce microsegmentation and unit level security
• Manage network and system based security controls
• Correlate system and security events through a single viewRead more >
Discover why Trend Micro cloud security works seamlessly in the Azure compute environment so you have what it takes to speed deployments and safely maximize the benefits of the cloud. Join executives from Microsoft and Trend Micro where you’ll learn:
•The security benefits of moving to the cloud on Azure
•Why it’s important to understand your role in shared responsibility
• The security you’ll need for operating system, applications, and data
•Best practices to optimize security for agility and cost effectiveness in the cloud
Like many organizations you may be managing a multi-faceted infrastructure leveraging virtual, private and public cloud environments. Given the complexity of these dynamic environments, you can be faced with limited visibility across platforms, performance lag, difficulty proving compliance and gaps within your security strategy. In this session we will discuss a comprehensive security model specific for VMWare environments that includes: vSphere, Horizon, vCloud and NSX, and you will learn how to:
•Enable automated security across multiple environments
•Correlate IT and security incidents and respond accordingly
•Ease security deployment and management for lower cost of ownership
Cloud and data center security can be dauntingly complex, and selecting the right vendor to engage with is a critical decision for any enterprise. However, cloud and data center security can be a difficult market to navigate. Are vendors backing up their marketing claims? How do different approaches stack up next to each other? What factors need to be taken into consideration when comparing products? Trend Micro has teamed with analyst firm ESG to sort these questions out, and encourage organizations to think differently when it comes to cloud and data center security.
ESG conducted an independent economic evaluation to investigate the differences between Trend Micro and traditional security approaches, and are conducting a live webinar to present their findings. ESG and Trend Micro will give insight into the cloud and data center security market, ESG’s Economic Value Validation methodology, and the conclusions that were reached about the value Trend Micro is providing to their customers. Join us to learn more!
Attend this practical webinar by AWS, Trend Micro and Willbros to learn how you can design a flexible, agile architecture that meets compliance requirements and protects your most valuable asset – your data. Jason Cradit from Willbros will share his experience on how they achieved building robust and secure pipeline management systems in the cloud.
The End of Support (EOS) of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 in July 2015 will put millions of enterprise servers at risk. And according to a recent study by leading analyst firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), “More than 80% of enterprise and midmarket organizations still support Windows Server 2003 to some extent.” Newly discovered vulnerabilities will not be patched or documented by Microsoft. Hackers know this and will be targeting new exploits at the considerable number of Windows Server 2003 servers still in use. In this webinar, ESG will share the significant findings from its recent survey of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 customers. Also, Trend Micro will discuss how to protect your legacy Windows 2003 server environment while you plan your move to newer platforms. Join us and learn how to:
· Protect and secure your Windows 2003 Servers after EOS
· Build a comprehensive security strategy with virtual patching (IPS), file integrity monitoring, and anti-malware
· Ensure your organization is protected across physical, virtual, and cloud environments as you migrate to newer platforms such as Windows Server 2012 and Azure
Not having the right security as you migrate to virtual and cloud environments can lead to security gaps, lost ROI, performance lag, and difficulty proving compliance. Working together, Trend Micro and VMware have partnered to deliver the first agentless security platform architected for VMware virtualized data centers (including NSX), virtual desktops, and cloud deployments. A&W Food Services is Canada’s original—and fastest growing— burger chain and they have trusted in VMware and Trend Micro to ensure their modern data center is secure. In this session, A&W will share their story and you will learn how they…
• Shield vulnerabilities before they can be exploited, saving the cost of emergency patching
• Deliver automated security across environments
• Ease security deployment and management for lower cost of ownership
• Automate security deployments while increasing protection for virtual environments.
Not having the right security as you migrate to virtual and cloud environments can lead to security gaps, lost ROI, performance lag, and difficulty proving compliance. Working together, Trend Micro and VMware have partnered to deliver the first agentless security platform architected for VMware virtualized data centers (including NSX), virtual desktops, and cloud deployments. Founded in 1787, the University of Pittsburgh is one of the oldest institutions of higher education in the US and they have trusted in VMware and Trend Micro to ensure their modern data center is secure. In this session, University of Pittsburgh will share their story and you will learn how they:
- Optimize data center resources with virtualization aware security
- Deliver automated security across environments
- Manage and deploy security efficiently
- Achieve cost effective compliance
Like many large universities, the University of New Brunswick (UNB) found itself increasingly targeted by a vast array of Internet threats. Originally designed to give large numbers of users broad access to data of all kinds, university IT systems like UNB’s are easy targets for cyber criminals.
Join David Shipley from UNB for this live, interactive webinar, as he describes the ambitious process that he and his colleagues undertook to implement a proactive, intelligence-based cyber security strategy that gives them real-time visibility into attacks in progress, along with actionable insights to respond quickly and effectively.
In less than an hour, David will tell you:
• Why simply reinforcing perimeter defenses was not the right approach for UNB
• How they were able to gain better security visibility and intelligence—and use it effectively
• Which solutions combined to dramatically improve UNB’s cyber security without greatly increasing resource demands
• And more…
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an accomplished peer, and to discover how you too can create and implement an effective, intelligence-based security strategy for your organization.
This webinar details the key findings for the Organization of American States collaborative survey with Trend Micro on the nature of attacks critical infrastructures in the Americas. Critical infrastructure owners and operators from 500 organizations from 22 countries participated in this in-depth survey. The webinar provides viewers with a greater understanding of the kinds of attacks experienced by critical infrastructures throughout the Americas and the best practices identified to mitigate them. You will learn which industries were most impacted, how attacks have escalated and what you should be expecting in 2015.
In most targeted attacks, threat actors use existing vulnerabilities as point of entry to exploit vulnerable systems. Many organizations understand the importance of closing the holes by patching the system immediately, however, in reality it is an impossible task. Zero-day vulnerabilities leave the system perpetually vulnerable, leaving attackers free to zero-in to take advantage of the hole. All it takes is one vulnerability for a system to be compromised.
This Virtual Patching webinar discusses the options organizations have to better manage vulnerabilities. It presents new methods to help organizations adapt & mitigate known & unknown vulnerabilities.