Atlantic.Net Announces Managed Hosting Solutions Backed by Trend Micro’s World-Class Security SuiteJuly 17, 2017 No Comments
ORLANDO, FLA. (July 17, 2017) – Today, Atlantic.Net, a leading cloud hosting solutions provider, announced it will now offer its Managed Hosting Solutions backed by a world-class security suite from Trend Micro, a global leader in cybersecurity solutions. As part of an ongoing effort to ensure the safety of its clients, Atlantic.Net will now offer Trend Micro’s Deep Security Suite, which protects millions of physical, virtual, and cloud servers around the world.
Trend Micro’s Deep Security provides a wide range of security techniques optimized for the data center and cloud, protecting servers wherever they are deployed without compromising performance. Deep Security can instantly “virtually patch” servers, virtual desktops (VDI), and application vulnerabilities, stopping attackers from gaining a foothold in data center networks, including recent attack examples like Erebus and WannaCry. Additionally, Trend Micro helps to accelerate compliance by consolidating multiple security controls into one product with central management, while also delivering the comprehensive auditing and reporting necessary in a Managed Hosting environment.
In a recent report by Forrester, cloud security spending will increase rapidly and hit $3.5 billion by 2021, as overall cloud spending will rise to a staggering $236 billion by 2020. While the market is increasing its focus on cloud security, Atlantic.Net is determined to bolster its own security offerings to meet the needs of the industry. Atlantic.Net routinely inspects its data center infrastructure that is fully audited and SSEA 16 (SOC 1) TYPE 11 (Formerly SAS 70) certified. This announcement, coupled with its fully audited data center infrastructure and procedures, continues to demonstrate the unwavering commitment to ensure the safety of its clients.
“Atlantic.Net’s partnership with Trend Micro is part of a concerted effort to store our client’s information safely and reliably. In addition to our current security offerings, we are now able to boast managed hosting solutions backed by their world-class security suite,” said Marty Puranik, CEO of Atlantic.Net. “Considering the ever-increasing complexity of regulatory compliance, increased cyber security threats and growing Malware attacks, it’s especially important that we ensure the safety of our clients here at Atlantic.Net. Working alongside Trend Micro will go a long way towards solidifying our position as secure hosting leaders.”
Atlantic.Net currently utilizes Trend Micro to complement the company’s hosting services. Trend Micro is one piece of Atlantic.Net’s security and compliance product set that ensures the security of its clients. Trend Micro enables Atlantic.Net to focus on its support and infrastructure while Trend Micro handles the anti-malware and deep security aspects.
“We are proud to be the security vendor of choice for Atlantic.Net,” said Dan Woodward, vice president, U.S. channels, Trend Micro. “We share the vision to not only deliver bullet-proof security, but operationally efficiency across physical, virtual and cloud environments.”
For more information on Atlantic.Net’s partnership with Trend Micro, please visit www.atlantic.net.
Atlantic.Net is a global web hosting provider with over 23 years of experience, specializing in Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD server hosting solutions. Atlantic.Net provides business-class dedicated and cloud hosting solutions with a focus on security, compliance, and simplifying the experience for users. Additionally, Atlantic.Net offers fully managed environments, security, and compliance focused solutions across all its hosting facilities in San Francisco, New York, London, Toronto, Dallas and Orlando. With a range of certifications and SSAE 16 (SOC 1) TYPE II (Formerly SAS 70), HIPAA and HITECH audited data center infrastructure, the company is also known for its reliability, as dictated by its 100 percent uptime service-level agreement (SLA). For more information, please visit www.atlantic.net.News