Secure your endpoints with Deep Security protection modules
Trend Micro Deep Security has tightly integrated modules that easily expand your security capabilities:
The Intrusion Prevention module inspects incoming and outgoing traffic to detect and block suspicious activity. This prevents exploitation of known and zero-day vulnerabilities. Deep Security supports “virtual patching”: you can use Intrusion Prevention rules to shield from known vulnerabilities until they can be patched, which is required by many compliance regulations. You can configure Deep Security to automatically receive new rules that shield newly discovered vulnerabilities within hours of their discovery.
The Intrusion Prevention module also protects your web applications and the data that they process from SQL injection attacks, cross-site scripting attacks, and other web application vulnerabilities until code fixes can be completed.
For more information, see Set up intrusion prevention.
The Anti-Malware module protects your Windows and Linux workloads against malicious software, such as malware, spyware, and Trojans. Powered by the Trend Micro™ Smart Protection Network™, the Anti-Malware module helps you instantly identify and remove malware and blacklist domains known to be command and control servers.
For more information, see Protect servers from malware in four steps.
The Firewall Module is for controlling incoming and outgoing traffic and it also maintains firewall event logs for audits.
For more information, see Set up the Deep Security firewall.
The majority of today’s attacks start with a visit to a URL that’s carrying a malicious payload. The Web Reputation module provides content filtering by blocking access to malicious domains and known communication and control (C&C) servers used by criminals. The Web Reputation module taps into the Trend Micro Smart Protection Network, which identifies new threats quickly and accurately.
For more information, see Set up Web Reputation.
The Integrity Monitoring module provides the ability to track both authorized and unauthorized changes made to an instance and enables you to receive alerts about unplanned or malicious changes. The ability to detect una -uthorized changes is a critical component in your cloud security strategy because it provides visibility into changes that could indicate the compromise of an instance.
For more information, see Set up Integrity Monitoring.
The Log Inspection module captures and analyzes system logs to provide audit evidence for PCI DSS or internal requirements that your organization may have. It helps you to identify important security events that may be buried in multiple log entries. You can configure Log Inspection to forward suspicious events to an SIEM system or centralized logging server for correlation, reporting, and archiving (see Forward events to an external Syslog or SIEM server).
For more information, see Set up log inspection.