In Pictures: How to protect virtual machines (VMs)

These four products represent different approaches to VM security

Trend Micro Deep Security Deep Security comes in two different packages, either as SaaS or on premises. Trend Micro has beefed up its product in several ways since we first reviewed it in 2011. First is support for hybrid clouds running on VMware’s vCloud along with VMs running on AWS. Second, it has protective policies in seven broad areas: in addition to its existing firewall and anti-malware protection, Deep Security also includes web reputation management, intrusion prevention, file system integrity monitoring and log inspection services.

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