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Trend Micro Solves the Data Sovereignty Issue with its Locally Managed XDR Datacentre Service

At CLOUDSEC India 2019, Trend Micro launches its locally managed XDR datacentre service which challenges the outsourcing of complex security tasks.

CLOUDSEC India 2019, hosted by Trend Micro, attracted more than 750 business and technology leaders this year. The themes for this year’s event were the tectonic shifts in the technology landscape marked by key drivers like “Hybrid Cloud Security and Evolution” and “Cross Generation Detection and Response”. Experts opined that soon every company would become a technology company and every technology company would have to become a cybersecurity company, in order to successfully and securely navigate the digital transformation that’s underway.

At the event, Trend Micro announced the launch of its local managed XDR datacenter service in India. While many customers are considering outsourcing complex security tasks to cybersecurity professionals, many are concerned about their sensitive data leaving the country. The local managed XDR datacenter service solves this data sovereignty issue.

Today, data is collected and analyzed in silos, however what enterprises need is to collect and analyze data as a whole and be able to generate high-priority, actionable intelligence with context. To address this challenge, we recently launched our XDR solution that will be a gamechanger for the industry. Managed XDR is a great service for customers who have detection and response tools, but don’t have the required resources or skillsets to maximize them,”

Nilesh Jain, Vice President, Southeast Asia and India, Trend Micro.

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