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Trend Micro Web Security
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Overview

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The Threat Landscape


3.5 new threats every second


92% of threats come from the
Internet









Defending against malware attacks is the No. 1 driver in the secure Web
gateway (SWG) market, because the Internet has become the main delivery
vehicle for malware.


Due to the anonymous nature of Web 2.0, where anyone can post content,
many social media sites are hosting malware
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The web is now where the majority of
people become infected with malware and,
given the extent to which the internet is
such an integral part of all corporations’
business activities, the web is a potent
threat vector.

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SWG Pain Points

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File Reputation

Threat
Correlation,

Feedback Loops,
Analysis


Email Reputation

Web Reputation

EMAIL THREATS

FILE THREATS

WEBSITE THREATS


Intelligence from cross
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correlation


Immediate access from the cloud


Integration throughout the portfolio





The difference:

Trend Micro Smart Protection Network


“Vendors like Trend Micro that have invested in and provided solutions that block
threats at multiple layers (Exposure, Infection & Dynamic) provide better overall
security against the new threats propagating today.”


Endpoint Security Testing. 5/11

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Recent Positive Reviews

WEST COAST LABS


Anti
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malware Technology Report Feb 2011

Trend Micro's IWSVA solution offers the ease of virtualization and the
flexibility to handle web traffic in a number of types of network. The
technologies at work that contribute to the operation of this solution
include anti
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malware, and URL content filtering, and allow for very fine
grained control.

SC Magazine


Anti
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malware Gateway Review April 2011

Verdict: All the tools and options you need. An enterprise
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worthy
solution that we make our Recommended product.

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Trend Micro Web Gateway Security

Powered by the Trend Micro Smart Protection Network



Application Visibility
: Identifies over 420 Internet application categories,
many more than most web gateway solutions


URL Filtering and Reputation
: Uses industry’s first, largest, most reliable

cloud
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based reputation and categorization service


Web Content filtering
: Enables customers to control

who sends what content through their browser


Antimalware
: Leverages award
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winning malware

protection to stop viruses, spyware,
rootkits
, bots,

malicious scripts


Caching
: Increases performance and lowers latency


Advanced Reporting and Management
: Provides real
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time activity
monitoring, highly customizable reporting and central management


Software Virtual Appliance
: Supports bare
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metal, VMware and Hyper
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Secure the organization,
data and users


Maintain employee
productivity


Ensure appropriate use
of the Internet


CONSOLIDATE WEB
GATEWAY SECURITY

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Key New Features in IWSVA 5.5/ARM 1.5


Application Control (Monitoring, Reporting and Policy
Enforcement)


Support for over 420 Internet protocols including IM, P2P, social networking applications, and
streaming media.


Bandwidth usage monitoring and Reporting integrated in the base IWSVA and ARM to show
application usage by bandwidth and users


HTTP Inspection


A powerful policy definition feature that allows customers to better control the HTTP traffic their
users send and receive. An example of this is the ability to restrict uploads to Social Networking
sites such as Facebook while allowing read access.


URL Filtering
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Time Quotas


Along with the Allow, Block, Monitor, and Warn actions available for URL Filtering policies, there is
a new Time Limit action that sets a time quota for selected URL categories within the Work and
Leisure time segments.


This feature also includes the ability for an administrator to extend a user’s time quota for certain
sites on a day
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by
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day basis as work requirements demand


URL Filtering
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Password Override


The ability to allow administrators to temporarily allow access to a URL from the end
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user block
screen.

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Application Control
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Monitoring


Application bandwidth and connection monitoring to ensure users don’t
experience excessive Internet latency and to understand the distribution of
protocols across the bandwidth

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Application Control
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Policy


Choose to block/allow among over 420 application families in 23
categories


Flexibility to block during work time, but allow during leisure time

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Application Control
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Reporting


Application usage reports that let you drill down based on protocol, bandwidth,
and specific users’ activity

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HTTP Inspection


The default filters enable enforcing browser type policies, blocking large file transfers,
blocking Web file uploads and blocking Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning
(WebDAV) traffic.


These filters can be applied to users/group to enforce security policies like protecting
company data from loss, blocking video uploads, and preventing message posting on
social networking service sites.

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URL Filtering
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Time Quotas


End
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user access to URL categories or individual sites can be controlled by time quotas
within the pre
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defined work hours and/or leisure hours.


This addresses one of the remaining URL filtering policy features needed for customers
to swap out their Websense deployments

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URL Filtering


Password Override


Sites that are blocked due to policy can be temporarily un
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blocked when another
authorized user enters a password on the end
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user notification screen


This addresses a key usability requirement for education environments where teachers
need to allow students to access improperly blocked sites.


This addresses another one of the remaining URL filtering policy features needed for
customers to swap out their Websense deployments