Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption: Product Overview and Analysis

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Company Description

Trend Micro looks after 155 million endpoints and 500,000+ companies worldwide. For nearly 30 years, Trend Micro’s entire focus has been security. It began with anti-virus and has expanded to include the gamut of security tools. It is publicly traded.

Product Description

Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption provides full disk encryption, folder and file encryption, and removable media encryption. It can also manage Microsoft BitLocker and Apple FileVault. It encrypts data on PCs and Macs, laptops and desktops, USB drives, and other removable media. It combines enterprise-wide full disk, file/folder, and removable media encryption to prevent unauthorized access and use of private information. A single management console allows security teams to manage users holistically, using the same console for endpoint protection as other Trend Micro security products.


Agents are employed.

Markets and Use Cases

SMBs to large enterprises.

Applicable Metrics

Can scale up to very large deployments.

Security Qualifications

FIPS 140-2 certification and AES 256-bit encryption.


Trend Micro builds machine learning and behavioral analytics into its security products.

Standalone or Suite

Endpoint Encryption is a component of Trend Micro’s Smart Protection Suites, which deliver
capabilities such as DLP, device control, gateway, mobile device, endpoint protection, application
control, and intrusion prevention.


Software is pushed out to endpoints via a management console.


Trend Micro’s encryption tools are available as part of larger suites. The Trend Micro Enterprise Security Suite for Endpoints pricing starts at $33.75 per user for 501 users. The Enterprise Data Protection add-on is $46 per user for 501 users. Tiered pricing is available for both, and prices include one year of standard support.

Drew Robb
Drew Robb
Drew Robb has been a full-time professional writer and editor for more than twenty years. He currently works freelance for a number of IT publications, including ServerWatch and CIO Insight. He is also the editor-in-chief of an international engineering magazine.

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