I’m heading to the first 2015 AWS Summit in San Francisco, April 8 & 9. This is the first of 20 summits Trend Micro is sponsoring globally in the next few months, where we’ll be teaching developers and cloud architects how to build more securely in AWS.
It was a year ago that the OpenSSL, or Heartbleed vulnerability, was found. When it was announced, how quickly did you respond? Could you protect your workloads from cyber criminals trying to exploit this vulnerability in less than 48 hours? Or was it a week? Or a month? Are you more prepared for the next zero-day vulnerability?
At Trend Micro, our goal is to help you protect your data and cloud workloads quickly – without requiring you to be a security expert. For instance, when new vulnerabilities like Heartbleed or Shellshock are announced, we provide ‘virtual patches’ to customers in a couple hours that protect them until updates can be scheduled. At our advanced level session at the AWS Global summit in San Francisco, Using Security to Build with Confidence in AWS, we’ll explain how you can maximize the security of your deployment while minimizing the work it takes to keep it secure.
If you’re going to the San Francisco Global or Enterprise summit, come visit our booth to register for a trial of Deep Security, and you’ll be entered to win a $500 Amazon gift card. Start protecting your production workloads from network attacks, malware and more in minutes with a free 30-day, fully-functional trial.
Not in San Francisco? Look for us at an AWS summit near you – they are a great learning event – and they’re free! Find more info at AWS.amazon.com.
Look forward to seeing you in San Fran or at an AWS summit near you! In the meantime, learn more at AWS.trendmicro.com.