Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption.
What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?
Improvement of the solution could be made in relation to integration and support. For instance, quarantining endpoints which are reflected into a container, and not allowing the traffic to pass is something that you would expect from integration. It should inform the other devices on the network that there is a malicious endpoint, which has been quarantined. That EDR capability is not there.
In terms of what must be improved, I would say the support, the next feature, and the road map. I think all these must be improved, but the important thing to improve is the support. I would like to see next-gen anti-virus included in the next release.
There are a couple of bugs in this solution and these are creating a very large transaction log in the database, sometimes reaching 300GB, which is very annoying. It causes the database to get stuck at times. We are having some challenges with the network configuration and with one hostname, the IPs are getting changed. We have reported this to Trend Micro. It would be great if this solution had support for file integrity monitoring.
To improve Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption, the user interface could be somewhat more friendly. It is already friendly, but it can not be approached through to the exact issue and just to give you the full detail of each and every port graphically. We are very happy with the product. I have seen a lot of products. They are almost similar, but I believe in the Trend Micro model. I don't know why, exactly, except that I have built some trust in the product because I'm dealing with different endpoint solutions for almost 15 years now. I never faced any issue with a virus in my environment using Endpoint. We are protected at all points, all clean, all the time. No attacks from the outside.
What do you like most about Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption?
Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the community!