2018-12-04T07:57:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your primary use case for Trend Micro Deep Security?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

Thank you!

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BobenGeorge - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr.Customer Engineer- Projects at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-05-24T21:04:00Z
May 24, 2021

I used it in my previous company, and it was basically used for security levels. My company was into the implementation of projects, and we used to implement security solutions. Along with Trend Micro, we used to implement these devices. We had several customers of this solution.

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JK
Technical Manager at Digital World
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2021-04-02T13:40:12Z
Apr 2, 2021

We use this solution for protection from ransomware. We use artificial intelligence in the Trend Micro engine for deep security inspection. It allows us to analyze the data and threats.

Natthapong Prayadsub - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Infrastructure Manager at a computer software company with 51-200 employees
Real User
Top 5Leaderboard
2020-12-31T12:50:36Z
Dec 31, 2020

The primary use case of this solution is for anti-malware and virtual paths.

Raul Poma Astete - PeerSpot reviewer
Technology Support Engineer at a energy/utilities company with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
Top 10
2020-12-24T02:51:00Z
Dec 24, 2020

The primary use case of this solution is for deep security protection when accessing the internet and when performing online accounting.

MT
Security Engineer/Architect at Telecom Italia
Real User
2020-10-22T17:28:16Z
Oct 22, 2020

We are service providers for our customers. We are using Trend Micro Deep Security as an anti-malware and as an complete endpoint protection solution for server. The primary use case is data center security.

RK
Founder at a financial services firm with 1-10 employees
Real User
2020-08-05T06:59:31Z
Aug 5, 2020

Our primary use case is for endpoint protection and email as well as web protection. We are stacking our servers once a month and vulnerabilities are checked every day. I'm a senior director in the company and we're a customer of Trend.

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VijayKumar4 - PeerSpot reviewer
AVP - Cyber Secuirty at Cloud4C Services
MSP
Top 10
2020-07-26T08:19:07Z
Jul 26, 2020

Trend Micro makes up part of our overall security solution.

GB
Information Systems Director at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Real User
Top 5
2020-06-25T10:49:13Z
Jun 25, 2020

Our environment includes virtual machines using VMware, and this solution is used as part of the overall security solution.

Sachin B - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Executive at IFB
Real User
2020-06-15T07:33:00Z
Jun 15, 2020

We are using two products. One is Trend Mirco Deep Security, and the other is Apex One. We use Apex One for endpoint protection and Deep Security for server protection. It scans for intrusion prevention and the forensics of any threats.

VM
Senior Security Specialist at a tech services company
Reseller
2019-05-29T10:40:00Z
May 29, 2019

We recommend the use of this solution to our clients, both with virtual and traditional servers.

Rayees Tamton - PeerSpot reviewer
Data Center Manager/Support Delivery Manager at Salam Technology
Real User
2019-05-22T07:18:00Z
May 22, 2019

Our primary use case for this solution is to prevent DDoS and other types of attacks from internal or external sources.

Matthew White - PeerSpot reviewer
Production DBA at BLUE MOTOR FINANCE LIMITED
Real User
2019-01-14T14:37:00Z
Jan 14, 2019

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.

it_user848262 - PeerSpot reviewer
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Solution Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Consultant
2019-01-14T13:16:00Z
Jan 14, 2019

We use it for virtual environment protection.

EX
Systems Administrator at Alfred Publishing
Real User
2018-12-11T08:32:00Z
Dec 11, 2018

* End users * Some servers

Swami Venkat - PeerSpot reviewer
CTO at a tech vendor with 1-10 employees
Real User
2018-12-11T08:31:00Z
Dec 11, 2018

We are primarily using the product for IDS, IPS, and deep security.

KK
DevOps Engineer at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
2018-12-11T08:31:00Z
Dec 11, 2018

The primary use case is its antivirus and anti-malware capabilities. We mostly integrate it with the EC2 instances.

Mohit Sharma - PeerSpot reviewer
CTO at RightCloud Pte. Ltd.
Real User
2018-12-11T08:31:00Z
Dec 11, 2018

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.

Dirty Blueshirt (Aaron S) - PeerSpot reviewer
Principal Infrastructure Security Architect at S2 Global
Real User
2018-12-11T08:30:00Z
Dec 11, 2018

It is for managing application whitelisting, and intrusion detection and prevention for the CLOUD Act.

Carlos Sampaio - PeerSpot reviewer
HR Analyst Manager at Cesar
Real User
2018-12-04T07:57:00Z
Dec 4, 2018

We use it for security, specifically for old servers still in the company. It is doing its job.

SebastianFernandez - PeerSpot reviewer
VP of Enterprise Architecture at Broadridge
Real User
2018-12-04T07:57:00Z
Dec 4, 2018

It's for security: IDS, IPS, intrusion detection, and securing our perimeter in general. E.g., OWASP rules.

Tanweer Surve - PeerSpot reviewer
Sr. Director, Enterprise Architecture & Cloud Technologies at Essilor
Real User
2018-12-04T07:57:00Z
Dec 4, 2018

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.

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Netanya Carmi - PeerSpot reviewer
Content Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Dec 1, 2021
Which do you use and why?
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Janet Staver - PeerSpot reviewer
Tech Blogger
Dec 1, 2021
Trend Micro Deep Security offers a lot of features. It guarantees security for your data center, cloud, and containers - all with a unified and comprehensive SaaS solution and without compromising performance. This solution also offers powerful protection, an all-in-one workload security option (which may help with eliminating the cost of deploying multiple point solutions), and flexible integration. It also has a good intrusion prevention feature that I like. And the solution is very secure. If patch management is important for your organization, this solution will definitely cater to your needs. The fact that it is based on the cloud is a huge selling point for Deep Security. One unique thing about it is that Deep Security has a “pay-for-what-you-use” pricing model, which is hard to come by. However, one thing I strongly dislike is that it does not support versions prior to Windows 7. I found the most valuable feature of Trend Micro Apex One to be its reporting. I can report back and provide information on an item’s quarantine status. I also like the management console and find it to be very useful. The dashboard is clear and helpful too; It displays what has been logged or still needs to be logged, it shows different malicious links that people have tried to access, reveals if someone was trying to connect something to the computer, and provides many other insights. Trend Micro Apex One has good flexibility, too. It is very easy to use and also easy to deploy. A big disappointment for me, though, is that Trend Micro Apex One consumes a lot of CPU time. To clarify, when scanning, the CPU usage stays too high. Also, the on-premise setup can be daunting. Moreover, the stability is not fantastic. There have been times where it has crippled several users’ machines, requiring the application to be uninstalled and then reinstalled in order to fix the issues. Conclusion: Overall both solutions are solid, but Trend Micro Deep Security takes the win for me. Its features were more aligned with what I needed.
Netanya Carmi - PeerSpot reviewer
Content Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
Oct 28, 2021
Why?
2 out of 3 answers
BH
IT Security Coordinator at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
Oct 26, 2021
I can't say one way or the other for sure, but, having experienced Trend Micro in the past from an endpoint perspective they have their own way of doing things. They certainly didn't catch everything that even basic a/v like SEP did and they had a very convoluted setup and system configuration. Not sure on how falcon compares but cost wise Trend would probably be the cheap option while Falcon would be more expensive but easier to work in/with.
KS
Head of Global IT Security at Hansen Corporation Pty Ltd
Oct 26, 2021
Having previously run a penetration testing company, I can tell you that the general feedback I have from professional hackers is that CrowdStrike Falcon does make their job a lot more difficult.  The "traditional" players in the endpoint protection market e.g. Trend Micro, Symantec and McAfee they generally view as trivial to bypass.
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