Trend Micro launches Cloud One data centre in Sydney

Thursday, 23 September, 2021

Trend Micro launches Cloud One data centre in Sydney

Trend Micro Incorporated has launched its Trend Micro Cloud One regional data centre in Sydney, to uphold data sovereignty and safeguard data privacy in Australia. To support customer demand, this move comes as part of a global rollout of Trend Micro Cloud One data centres, including several across Asia–Pacific. This also follows the launch of its regional XDR data lake last year. Trend Micro Cloud One is Trend Micro’s flagship cloud security services platform for protecting servers, resources and applications in the cloud.

Ashley Watkins, Vice President of Trend Micro ANZ, noted that it’s critical to support rapid cloud adoption through improved compliance, reduced friction and upholding data sovereignty, all at a local level. Watkins added that the launch of the Trend Micro Cloud One data centre in Sydney will provide simplified cloud security to Australian customers, especially highly regulated industries such as the public sector, and banking and financial services.

“Trend Micro Cloud One enables customers to gain full visibility into their hybrid or multi-cloud environment, and ensure that the cloud services are configured correctly and are compliant to industry standards. It also addresses the most fundamental cloud security requirements of customers, protecting a number of the most used cloud services, such as compute, file storage, containers, serverless functions, virtual private network and more,” Watkins said.

The Trend Micro Cloud One Sydney data centre also enables Trend Micro’s local partner ecosystem to provide greater choice to their customers as they look to bolster their hybrid and multi-cloud security. “We are excited to see Trend Micro Cloud One providing a complete onshore data sovereignty solution. This offers our customers greater control of their security data and ensures that we can help our regulated customers meet their data sovereignty requirements,” said David Mercieca, Managed Service Practice Lead, CMD Solutions.

The all-in-one platform approach provides automated protection, protecting the customers throughout their cloud journey.

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