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Trend Micro Vision One - Zero Trust Secure Access

Trend Micro Vision One - Zero Trust Secure Access

By: Trend Micro Latest Version: Zero Trust Secure Access - Private Access 2.11.0
Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

Product Overview

Zero Trust Secure Access, a component of Trend Micro Vision One™, facilitates purpose-built connections between your applications in AWS and your employees. This requires access to Trend Micro Vision One. If you do not currently have Trend Micro Vision One you may sign up for a 60-day free trial here: https://resources.trendmicro.com/vision-one-trial.html

An effective Zero Trust strategy involves two key points: limiting access of resources to people who truly need them, and reassessing continually if the person should still have access based on the riskiness of their identity and device. Trend Micro Vision One™ with Zero Trust Secure Access utilizes these principles to provide secure and trusted access to applications.

Trend Micro Vision One™ constantly analyzes the risk of identities, devices, SaaS applications and content to validate trust. Insights into risks are derived from Trend Micro's XDR data lakes, products, and third-party data sources such as Identity and Network solutions linked to the environment. If the risk of a device or user rises to a high level, access between the employee's device and this private access connector is disconnected.

Learn more about Trend Micro's Zero Trust Risk Insights.

Version

Zero Trust Secure Access - Private Access 2.11.0

Operating System

Linux/Unix, CentOS 7.9

Delivery Methods

  • CloudFormation Template

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