Trend Micro Deep Security Agent Desktop - license

Mfg.Part: ALNA0058 | CDW Part: 1704217 | UNSPSC: 43233203
  • License + 1 Year Maintenance
  • 1 user
  • EDU
  • volume
  • local
  • state
  • non-profit
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  • License + 1 Year Maintenance
  • 1 user
  • EDU
  • volume
  • local
  • state
  • non-profit
  • 251-500 licenses
  • Linux
  • Win
  • Solaris
  • for non-OfficeScan desktops
Trend Micro Deep Security Agent Desktop includes Deep Packet Inspection and Firewall for non-OfficeScan desktops.

The Third Brigade Deep Security Agent is a server-based software component of the Deep Security solution. The agent enables IDS/IPS, web application protection, application control, firewall, integrity monitoring and log inspection. It defends the server or virtual machine by monitoring incoming and outgoing traffic for protocol deviations, content that signals an attack, or policy violations.

The high-performance deep packet inspection engine examines all incoming and outgoing traffic, including SSL traffic, for protocol deviations, content that signals an attack, or policy violations. It can operate in detection or prevention mode to protect operating systems and enterprise application vulnerabilities. It protects web applications from application-layer attacks including SQL injection and cross-site scripting. Detailed events provide valuable information, including who attacked, when they attacked and what they attempted to exploit. Administrators can be automatically notified via alerts when an incident has occurred. Deep packet inspection is used for intrusion detection and prevention, web application protection, and application control.

The Third Brigade Deep Security Firewall software module is enterprise-grade, bi-directional, and stateful. It can be used to allow communications over ports and protocols necessary for correct server operation and block all other ports and protocols reducing the risk against unauthorized access to the server.