Cloud security leader, Trend Micro Incorporated has announced the first cloud-native, fully serverless file storage security tool for organizations that look to building applications in the cloud. The storage security, Trend Micro Cloud One is designed to mitigate threats across the cloud environment and support strict compliance requirements.
Cloud One – File Storage Security will provide automated anti-malware scanning to keep information safe and ease compliance needs.
Mark Nunnikhoven, vice president of cloud research for Trend Micro comments that global organizations are increasingly looking to public cloud providers to drive IT agility, cost savings and business growth. “But while the provider deals with security of the cloud, the customer is responsible for everything inside their cloud environment,” he said. “This is a highly scalable, automated scanning tool that’s fast to deploy with no added infrastructure, allowing organizations to confidently store cloud files and data associated with their cloud applications.”
The new security tool is backed by Trend Micro’s 30+ years of cybersecurity experience and industry leading threat intelligence. It will block known bad files, and will look for hidden or changing malware variants. The tool supports various compliance requirements for anti-malware scanning of cloud files while maintaining data sovereignty.
The scanner is also a lightweight, cloud-native serverless function that’s designed for minimal operational overhead. The architecture will enable fast, seamless deployment and flexible integration with organizations’ existing custom workflows for added value.
Trend Micro Cloud One – File Storage Security is at present available for AWS S3, with support for Microsoft Azure Blob storage and Google Cloud Storage coming soon. Teams can implement a range of security services and compliance checks by using the Cloud One platform without hindering agile cloud development and deployment. This single cloud-native security seamlessly complements and integrates with existing AWS, Microsoft Azure, VMware, and Google Cloud toolsets.