Trend Micro has announced the launch of Trend Micro One, a unified cybersecurity platform with a list of ecosystem technology partners.
Organisations are battling on all fronts to face mounting cyber risks from their complex and growing attack surface with stretched teams and siloed security products. The unified security platform approach delivers a continuous lifecycle of risk and threat assessment with attack surface discovery, cyber risk analysis, and threat mitigation and response.
Inaugural partners of the Trend Micro One technology ecosystem include: Bit Discovery, Google Cloud, Microsoft, Okta, Palo Alto Networks, ServiceNow, Slack, Qualys, Rapid7, Splunk, and Tenable.
Ashley Watkins, Vice President ANZ, Trend Micro, shared, “We are so proud that ecosystem partners and even some competitors value integrating into our platform. Collectively we help enterprises fight the bad guys known as cybercriminals. Alone we are strong, but together our industry is unstoppable in helping customers eliminate security gaps anywhere, identify internal and external enterprise assets, and take critical steps to mitigate them.”
According to Gartner, “vendors are increasingly acquiring or developing these adjacent technologies and integrating them into a single platform. The benefits are best realised when this integration minimises consoles and configuration planes and reuses components (e.g., endpoint agents) and information.”
“We all know that digital transformation is table stakes for the post-pandemic enterprise. But this comes with additional risks: a bigger target for threat actors to aim at and more visibility and security coverage gaps for them to hide in,” said Jeremiah Grossman, CEO of Bit Discovery. “Trend Micro’s approach stands out from the crowd — notably with its blend of multiple sources of asset and risk visibility, including external attack surface visibility powered by Bit Discovery. Trend Micro’s platform helps customers quickly get a prioritised and comprehensive understanding of their attack surface.”