British Telecom incorporates Trend Micro Cloud Security solutions

British Telecom, a UK-based company which offers Telecom operations in more than 180 countries has announced that it is going to incorporate Trend Micro Cloud Security solutions into its Cloud Compute Platform.

NOTE- Cloud Compute is a pre-configured data center service which is being offered by British Telecom as Infrastructure-as-a-service model. It allows users to manage cloud services and combines access to the BT global network with local infrastructure to guarantee compliance with local ordinances.

Thus, BT customers will soon observe Trend Micro’s Deep Security range of Cyber Security aids in their services. This includes protection from ransomware, threats and targeted attacks with anti-malware, intrusion detection, and integrity monitoring services.

As per the details available to the media, Trend Micro’s Deep Security range of Cyber Security services will be available to British Telecom global consumers via Cloud Delivery Zones. It will be an attribute which will be available to customers when they order the Cloud Compute via a customized six feature category selection.

For British Telecom customers, Trend Micro’s security suite offers features such as anti-malware, web reputation service, intrusion detection and protection, firewall, integrity monitoring, and log inspection. Virtual security application will also be available to BT users to create an access control list or port forwarding rules.

When it comes to payment for the services, Trend Micro offers Pay-as-you-go modeled Deep Security related cyber security services for physical, virtual and cloud servers.  The services are now fully integrated with BT’s Cloud Compute.

Furthermore, Trend Micro has also released a new version of Tipping Point Software for Data Centers. Hence, the software includes a standalone Next Generation Intrusion Prevention System or NGIPS.

NGIPS from Trend Micro will be the first to market standalone intrusion prevention system which can deliver up to 100Gb threat inspection even in low latency environments. Therefore, it will allow continuous monitoring without affecting network performance.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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