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Trend Micro does VMware "Security Remediation" on ESX 3.5

Punit Minocha, vice president of business development for Trend Micro. "Most security solutions in the market underperform in virtual environments so, together with VMware, we want to help our customers to take advantage of the cost benefits of virtualisation and to improve their organisation's security profile at the same time."

"Working with our recently announced Vmsafe technology, Trend Micro can build advanced security features into future products aimed at helping our joint customers make virtual infrastructure more secure than a physical environment," said Brian Byun, vice president of global partners and solutions at VMware.

But don’t all rush to the shops at once. “The new Trend Micro technology securing virtualised environments is expected to be available in the second half of 2008."



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