Trend Micro Adds Cloud, Data Center Security Platform to Azure Marketplace

Addition expected to give Microsoft customers easy way to set up and deploy security for cloud workloads

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Security software vendor TrendMicro has made its Deep Security cloud and data center platform available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace to help customers protect their Windows applications and services, our sister site Talkin' Cloud reported.

The addition is expected to give Microsoft customers an easy way to set up and deploy security for their cloud workloads and improve existing security options within Azure, according to the announcement.

"Providing Deep Security via the Azure Marketplace allows organizations using Azure to acquire cloud workload security as easily as they acquire the cloud infrastructure resources, which require protection,” Bill McGee, senior VP of cloud and data center security at Trend Micro, said in a statement. “It extends the inherent security provided by Azure, with protection that allows organizations to better meet their shared security-enhanced responsibilities, including compliance requirements such as PCI and HIPPA.”

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