India is the largest and growing market for the Trend Micro, and it also sees a huge potential to account for some of the significant chunks of the Taiwanese cybersecurity company overall revenue, according to the report which has been revealed.
“India presents a huge and strategic opportunity for our business,” Mahendra Negi, Trend Micro’s global group chief financial officer, said in a statement. “There is a big technology shift underway. Cloud infrastructure continues to evolve apace, and security in the hybrid cloud environment is getting a lot of attention from our customers.”
Trend Micro platform covers the entire cloud spectrum which is ranging from virtual servers to on premise servers to cloud workload. In the year 2018, it launched a new platform for containers, which is a new trend in application development in the cloud era.
In India, the company also has plans to focus on its Apex One product for the advanced endpoint security, network defense, connected threat defense, hybrid cloud security. Some of its local clients include the Syndicate Bank, State Bank of India, Bandhan bank, PolicyBazar, BHEL among others.
“While on the other hand compliance is part and parcel of a holistic cybersecurity strategy, the driver for security should center around risk assessment – figuring out what are the intangible assets of a company and how to protect them,” Negi added.