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Trend Micro Announces Network Attached Storage Security With Built-In Antivirus

Trend Micro NAS Security is optimized for NAS-based Linux operating systems

CUPERTINO, Calif., Jan. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Trend Micro today announced an NAS (Network Attached Storage) solution that includes built-in antivirus designed to prevent the spread of viruses within workplaces and home offices. Trend Micro NAS Security's antivirus technology is built directly into the NAS itself and requires no extra installation for fast, simple protection.

Trend Micro NAS Security is optimized for NAS-based Linux operating systems and helps prevent malware infections. The product provides comprehensive protection against computer viruses, Trojans, and worms. When these files are uploaded to an NAS, Trend Micro NAS Security is able to scan these files in real-time. An intuitive, web-based management console makes it easy to use, while at the same time providing centralized virus scanning, pattern updates, event reporting and antivirus configuration.

Main features include:

-- Powerful antivirus and spyware protection.Detects and removes viruses and spyware using real-time, on-demand and scheduled scans. -- Anti-malware policy compliance.Enables antivirus policy enforcement and accelerates automatic updates of virus patterns and scan engines. -- Log report.Allows IT administrators to keep logs of malware detection and scan performance.

"Our customers who choose to implement NAS within their business or home office are looking for a central place to securely store and share all of their data. We are pleased to partner with Trend Micro, a recognized leader in content security, to be able to offer our customers the most powerful antivirus protection available. With Trend Micro NAS Security built into select Buffalo NAS products, our customers can have ease of mind, knowing their data is protected," said Hajime Nakai, Director, Member of the Board at Buffalo Inc. and Ralph Spagnola, vice president of sales at Buffalo Inc.

Currently, Trend Micro NAS Security is found built into select network storage devices by leading NAS vendors.

About Trend Micro:

Trend Micro Incorporated, a global leader in Internet content security, focuses on securing the exchange of digital information for businesses and consumers. A pioneer and industry vanguard, Trend Micro is advancing integrated threat management technology to protect operational continuity, personal information, and property from malware, spam, data leaks and the newest Web threats. Visit TrendWatch to learn more about the latest threats.

Trend Micro's flexible solutions, available in multiple form factors, are supported 24/7 by threat intelligence experts around the globe. Many of these solutions are powered by the Trend Micro Smart Protection Network cloud computing security infrastructure which delivers advanced protection from the cloud, blocking threats in real-time before they reach you. A transnational company, with headquarters in Tokyo, Trend Micro's trusted security solutions are sold through its business partners worldwide. Please visit Trend Micro.com

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