Trend Micro Incorporated has hosted one of the industry’s biggest cyber security event CLOUDSEC 2020.It had attracted more than 100 business and technology leaders from industry-defining companies speaking at the virtual event this year.
At the exhilarating three-day event, the panelists and experts emphasized how a fine balance between SecOps, DevOps and CloudOps should be met, for organizations to achieve success in their digital transformation journey.
Nilesh Jain, Vice President, Southeast Asia and India, Trend Micro said, “India is a growing and an important market for us. As the cyber security industry and the technology landscape evolves, we see ourselves transitioning to become a DevOps company, emphasizing more on product development to drive growth. With digitalization and the ongoing pandemic, Indian enterprises are rapidly moving to the cloud and adopting next-generation technologies and SaaS-based solutions. There is a growing concern on data sovereignty issues, and at Trend Micro, we consider this as a big priority and hence have decided to invest in our local data lake for the majority of our critical projects like XDR, Apex One and Cloud App Security solutions. Also, globally we will be launching file storage security for cloud, which is a first-of-its-kind and unique offering that is going to address the requirements of customers.”
Sharing his advice for CIOs and CISOs on choosing the right security solution and safeguarding their journey to the cloud, he further added, “Analyzing technologies which provide proactive protection and detection with cross-generational technology to prevent cyber attacks should be a priority. Being the organizations’ security gatekeepers, they need to identify a vendor who provides best-in-class solutions in all categories with the ability to integrate and work together, without compromising on the functionalities and security posture. This is where XDR comes into the picture.”
At the sidelines of the event, Trend Micro also highlighted the tremendous growth they have achieved in India in the last two years, especially in its cloud and endpoint security business.