Trend Micro announced today that it has been named a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), Q2 2022. The report provides recognition of Trend Micro’s focus on innovation, customer-centricity, and endpoint security.
As one of only three security vendors named a Leader in EDR by Forrester, Trend Micro received 5 out of 5 scores in nine of the criteria’s including investigation capabilities, ATT&CK alignment, extended capabilities, and innovation roadmap. The company’s strengths illustrated in the report align with Forrester’s stance on the value of high-quality analysis, building upon the ongoing efforts of delivering on customers’ current and evolving detection and response needs.
“In the modern threat landscape, it is vital that organizations have in-depth insights, acute foresight and are equipped with future proof solutions protecting every digital journey they embark on,” said Dr. Moataz Bin Ali, Area Vice President and Managing Director, MEA, Trend Micro. “Trend Micro continues to secure enterprise operations through its XDR solutions that offer comprehensive threat detection and response across digital environments from a single platform. The recognition by Forrester Wave is truly an honor and a testament to the efforts and the perseverance of our teams. It motivates us to continue to work harder as we strengthen enterprises’ security posture and encourages us to set new benchmarks in the region.”
As per the Forrester Wave findings, “Analysis is the most time-consuming part of the incident response process. To improve the analyst experience, organizations should prioritize vendors that provide relevant, streamlined context for investigation and threat hunting by linking events together, providing timely threat intelligence, and leveraging dynamic risk scoring for processes, MITRE ATT&CK techniques.”
Trend Micro continues to meet evolving cyber security demands as reflected in the Trend Micro Annual Cybersecurity Report for 2021. The company’s solutions have protected the MENA region from 436 million (436,085,099) email threats and over 80 million (80,191,815) URL victim attacks. Additionally, it identified and blocked more than 20.5 million (20,572,364) malware attacks. Moreover, shielding the hybrid environment, Smart Home Network (SHN) solutions protected devices and networks from a total of nearly 18 million (17,976,951) SHN inbound and outbound threats, and over 33.5 million (33,524,876) SHN events.