Earlier this week, we announced the rebranding of the Trend Micro TippingPoint Advanced Threat Protection product family. Starting January 1, 2018, the TippingPoint Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) product family will be renamed to Trend Micro Deep Discovery (DD). All functionality will remain the same.
Migrating from Advanced Threat Protection to Deep Discovery
Customers who purchased TippingPoint Advanced Threat Protection devices prior to June 10, 2017 will be able to upgrade their software to Deep Discovery. In order to upgrade the software from Advanced Threat Protection to Deep Discovery, customers need to be running the following versions, which were released in late October 2017:
• Deep Discovery Inspector 5.0
• Deep Discovery Email Inspector 3.0
Customers using the Advanced Threat Protection Analyzer product will be able to upgrade their software on their appliances to Deep Discovery Analyzer 6.0 in the first half of 2018.
|Shipment shift||All ATP orders will be fulfilled with the comparable DD product||June 10, 2017|
|Software upgrade available||ATP software can be upgraded to latest version of DDI, DDEI or DDAN (ATP hardware already compatible)||October 25, 2017|
|ATP SKUs retired||All ATP SKUs will be removed from the price list and only DD products can be ordered. ATP devices can be renewed using comparable DD renewal license.||December 31, 2017|
For support, customers can either continue to use the TippingPoint support number they use for their IPS devices today or contact the Deep Discovery support team by creating a case via the Business Support Portal https://success.trendmicro.com.
For a detailed list of affected products, or for any concerns or further questions regarding this issue, customers can contact the Trend Micro TippingPoint Technical Assistance Center (TAC).
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