March 11, 2019

Trend Micro unveils managed detection response service for enterprises in India

The move aims to build a strong ecosystem for customers that are looking to secure their cloud and AI environments.

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Security software solutions provider Trend Micro have launched an MDR (Managed Detection and Response) center in India to support enterprises looking to deepen their threat-hunting capabilities. With this launch, Trend Micro will be building a strong ecosystem for enterprises in India by augmenting its existing security resources to protect cloud and AI environments.

According to Trend Micro, the adoption of cloud and AI in India is on the rise as a result of global competition. They say that enterprises in India are establishing businesses overseas and it becomes imperative for them to adapt to global standards to win more clients.

As the need for cloud and AI grows, Trend Micro says so does the need to secure these environments. Hence, in a bid to cater to the rising demand for cloud and AI security for enterprises in India, Trend Micro launched an MDR center in India.

With this MDR center, Trend Micro claim that they will boost the security prowess of enterprises that are looking to fortify their threat identification and mitigation capability. They also say that with this center, enterprises can respond to the identified threats quickly and keep them at bay.

Nilesh Jain, Vice President, Southeast Asia and India at Trend Micro, stated that they have always been a channel-focused company and will build a strong security ecosystem with the help of these partners. He also claims that their end goal is to foster growth with channel partners where there is a win-win situation.

Industry experts claim that this launch is aimed towards enticing customers from the whole of Asia Pacific. It will be interesting to see how Trend Micro make the most of this MDR center, following their partnership with NTT Docomo for 5G.

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