Protect your network, servers, and endpoints from known, unknown, and zero-day vulnerabilities
The speed at which threats are evolving is unprecedented, and with the valuable data they contain, your network and servers are prime targets for attack. Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) are ideally suited to detect and stop attacks that originate over the network, including those focused on application and OS vulnerabilities.
With an effective IPS in place, you can easily virtually patch and protect vulnerable systems from known, unknown, zero-day, and ransomware vulnerabilities like WCRY (WannaCry). IPS gives you the flexibility to deploy a patch when one becomes available and suits your business needs. It also protects you even before a patch exists, as is the case with end-of support systems and applications.
Trend Micro TippingPoint’s Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) protects critical infrastructure, data, and vulnerable applications in real-time from known, undisclosed, and unknown vulnerabilities without adversely affecting network performance.
TippingPoint delivers Integrated Advanced Threat Prevention to defend the network from the edge to the data center to the cloud with real-time, inline enforcement and automated remediation of vulnerable systems.
Address the known, undisclosed, and unknown vulnerabilities in your network
Trend Micro Deep Security delivers server security for data center, cloud, and container workloads that includes multiple host-based controls, including intrusion prevention (IPS).
As a part of the Deep Security Network Security package, IPS protects against network attacks and shields server and application vulnerabilities from exploit until they can be patched. Helping to achieve and accelerate compliance with key regulations like PCI DSS and HIPAA, Deep Security’s IPS:
Protect your data center and cloud workloads
Trend Micro™ Vulnerability Protection provides earlier, stronger endpoint protection by supplementing client-level antivirus and anti-malware security with proactive virtual patching.
A high-performance engine monitors traffic for new vulnerabilities with host-based intrusion prevention filters and zero-day attack monitoring so you can detect network protocol deviations, suspicious content that signals an attack, or security policy violations. Vulnerability Protection prevents these vulnerabilities from being exploited with easy and fast-to-deploy filters that provide full protection before patches are deployed.