Cybersecurity platform with protection for 5G environments

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Cybersecurity specialist Trend Micro unveils its platform-based approach to protecting enterprises' ever-expanding attack surface, including securing 5G deployments.

In the coming years, private 5G networks will cover a wide range of facilities, from corporate campuses to smart factories to shopping malls. However, they also pose new risks arising from complex network function virtualization (NFV), challenges in information technology and operational technology (IT/OT) convergence, unprotected IoT devices, and new implementations of 5G communications technology (CT).

Cover expanded attack surfaces

Such a large attack surface requires holistic security across IT, OT and CT environments to both unify and simplify cyber risk management and support the implementation of zero trust strategies. This is the shared focus of Trend Micro and its subsidiary CTOne's platform approach, enabling continuous detection, comprehensive protection and rapid response across the enterprise, including private 5G environments.

The platform leverages CTOne's extensive expertise in the next generation of mobile networks. The Trend Micro subsidiary was founded last year with the aim of improving the security of 5G networks. At MWC, CTOne will also introduce its new CTOne SecureRAN solution, specifically designed to mitigate the cyber risks associated with Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) architectures. The Trend Vision One platform, together with CTOne, offers end-to-end protection and AI-powered XDR for endpoint, email, cloud, RAN (Radio Access Network), MEC (Multi-Access Edge Computing) and 5G core environments .

Vision One platform together with CTOne

CTOne's solutions fit into Trend Micro's strategy for securing digital transformation and enterprise attack surfaces, and underscore the importance of securing private 5G networks in managing risk for modern business operations.

“Private 5G networks are already transforming industries as diverse as healthcare, retail, energy and manufacturing. At the same time, such projects also increase complexity and increase the digital attack surface, which threatens to undermine the added value of the new technology,” explains Udo Schneider, Governance, Risk & Compliance Lead, Europe at Trend Micro. “As visitors to our MWC booth will experience live, Trend offers a blend of deep expertise and powerful, centralized protection with a comprehensive enterprise security platform, including 5G security.”

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About Trend Micro

As one of the world's leading providers of IT security, Trend Micro helps create a secure world for digital data exchange. With over 30 years of security expertise, global threat research, and constant innovation, Trend Micro offers protection for businesses, government agencies, and consumers. Thanks to our XGen™ security strategy, our solutions benefit from a cross-generational combination of defense techniques optimized for leading-edge environments. Networked threat information enables better and faster protection. Optimized for cloud workloads, endpoints, email, the IIoT and networks, our connected solutions provide centralized visibility across the entire enterprise for faster threat detection and response.


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