Trend Micro retains midas touch in Endpoint Protection Magic Quadrant

Trend Micro has been placed by analyst firm Gartner in the “Leaders” portion of the Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms – a position it has held every year the report has been published.

According to the report, which evaluates endpoint protection solutions based on completeness of vision and ability to execute, “leaders demonstrate balanced progress and effort in all execution and vision categories.

“Their capabilities in advanced malware protection, data protection and/or management features raise the competitive bar for all products in the market, and they can change the course of the industry,” it continues.

“As consumerisation accelerates in the workplace, our customers are looking for a solution that protects all kinds of endpoints and is easy to manage so they can concentrate time and resources on operating their business,” says Eric Skinner, vice president, solutions marketing, Trend Micro.

“We believe Trend Micro’s placement within the ‘Leaders’ quadrant by Gartner is a testament to the strong protection and performance of our endpoint protection offerings.”

Trend Micro’s Complete User Protection solution integrates security across all layers to reduce risk, protect business reputation and ensure compliance.

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