Features and Benefits
Advanced Security Techniques
- Uses industry-standard 128, 192, or 256-bit AES encryption
- Encrypts and decrypts information in real time, so data at rest is always protected
- Applies whole volume encryption to secure all data, metadata, and associated structures without impacting application functionality
Access and Authentication Controls
- Employs role-based management to help ensure proper separation of duties
- Automates key release and virtual machine authorization for rapid operations or requires manual approval for increased security
- Delivers keys via SSL encrypted Internet channels
Policy-driven Key Management
- Uses identity- and integrity-based policy enforcement to ensure only authorized virtual machines receive keys and access secure volumes
- Enables the use of policies to determine when and where information is accessed
- Offers key management as a Trend Micro SaaS solution or as a software installer managed within the user’s data center
Robust Auditing, Reporting, and Alerting
- Logs actions in the management console for audit purposes
- Provides detailed reporting and alerting features with incident-based and interval-based notifications
- Provides safe use of IaaS, leveraging the agility and cost savings of the public cloud
- Segregates and protects sensitive information in private clouds and virtual environments
- Enhances data security and control by remotely managing cipher keys
- Promotes safe storage recycling by rendering any data remnants indecipherable
- Facilitates compliance and supports internal governance
- Allows businesses to choose when and where information is accessed
- Avoids vendor lock-in with customer key ownership
- Data Privacy
- Regulatory Compliance
- Secure Storage Recycling
Common Use Cases
- How do customers control and protect their data in the cloud from being viewed, stolen or manipulated by others I share the cloud with or by the service providers staff. How can I protect against this?
- Cloud volumes are mobile. Snapshots are taken frequently, backups are made regularly and information is shared across multiple data centers to make it highly available.
- Questions that plague Cloud user like; where my data is at any given time or how much of it is out there, or could I be out of compliance with data privacy laws if my data is moved to data centers outside of my country?
- If a cloud provider supplies encryption they still have access to the encryption keys. Clear separation of duties should be employed to protect Cloud tenants’ sensitive information from the cloud provider.
- I moved my information back in-house / my project is done / I’m switching cloud vendors. How can I be sure that my old data is overwritten and won’t be viewable to the next cloud customer using that storage?
- I want to control the precise identity of servers accessing my data and control the time and location in which they access information.
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The Frequently Asked Questions about SecureCloud are available at the Trend Micro Knowledge base.
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Partner Application Support
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