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We recommend the use of this solution to our clients, both with virtual and traditional servers.
Our primary use case for this solution is to prevent DDoS and other types of attacks from internal or external sources.
Our primary use case is to provide endpoint security for our AWS EC2 instances, covering features, such as host-based firewall, IDS/IPS, anti-malware, and application control.
We use it for virtual environment protection.
* End users * Some servers
We are primarily using the product for IDS, IPS, and deep security.
The primary use case is its antivirus and anti-malware capabilities. We mostly integrate it with the EC2 instances.
It's used as a part of our managed solutions. Security is key for them because we have seen a lot of ransomware in the past. We do very well on security side, whether it is application network or a host-based security. This is one of the offerings that we offer to our customer by default. As it is a core part of our managed services, it integrates with other products which revolve around patch management. We have our own IP which takes care of the actual patch management that we leverage. We also have a lot of monitoring platforms with a single, integrate dashboard taking the data from the APIs.
It is for managing application whitelisting, and intrusion detection and prevention for the CLOUD Act.
We use it for security, specifically for old servers still in the company. It is doing its job.
It's for security: IDS, IPS, intrusion detection, and securing our perimeter in general. E.g., OWASP rules.
We use Trend Micro Deep Security as a Service on AWS through Marketplace and Trend Micro Deep Security on-prem to meet our virtualization security & compliance requirements.