Point-of-Sale (POS) Protection

Block breaches at the point of sale with application control

Stop applications from compromising your POS devices

Adding application control / whitelisting to your Point-of-Sale (POS) security lets you lock down devices so you are in control of what applications run on your network. You can protect your organization and prevent financial and legal liability. With so much at stake, you need proven protection that:

  • Installs easily for immediate protection
  • Coexists with your existing security
  • Enforces corporate IT policies
  • Uses real-time, global intelligence

 


5 reasons to protect your POS data with Trend Micro

Next-generation technology

protection beyond today’s known threats

Best protection 

named a leader in Gartner's 2016 Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms and in the Forrester Endpoint Wave 2016

Best performance

overall performance rated top by AV-TEST

Greatest cloud flexibility

protection in the cloud, on-site, and anywhere in between

Simplest licensing and management

flexible licensing protection in every way, your way

Take your POS protection to the next level

Get Endpoint Application Control and take a small step with a big impact. Powered by XGen™ security, Endpoint Application Control provides interconnected, multilayered security. When you upgrade your POS protection you’ll get the broadest range of threat and data protection capabilities, at multiple layers. And you can easily move any part of your business to the cloud and make changes on the fly without the hassles of new licenses.

  • Multilayered protection across all devices and applications
  • The broadest range of antimalware techniques for POS devices
  • Flexible deployment — on-premises, in the cloud, or both

 

Proven by customers

A&W Food Services of Canada

Effective POS protection goes beyond safeguarding your POS devices. You also have to protect your broader organization while meeting legal and financial regulations.

 

A&W Food Services

Intelligence on POS threats