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February 3, 2011

Trend Micro acquires Mobile Armor

Mobile Armor now to be called as Trend Micro Endpoint Encryption offering

By CBR Staff Writer

Trend Micro, a provider of Internet content security, has completed the acquisition of Mobile Armor on 1 February 2011.

The aqcquisition is a part of Trend Micro’s data protection portfolio extending encryption offerings in the cloud. The agreement was announced on 29 November 2010.

Mobile Armor Data Armor Suite has now changed to Trend micro Endpoint Encryption offering after the acquisition.

The product is now a centrally managed encryption offering that includes full disk and file/folder capability, delivers software-based encryption and support for self-encrypting drives, and covers PCs, Windows Smartphones and Removable Media, said the company.

Trend Micro chief product officer Steve Quane said they are pleased to complete the acquisition of Mobile Armor and welcome new employees, partners and customers to the Trend Micro family.

"Trend Micro is helping government agencies, enterprise customers, SMBs and consumers around the globe protect their data whether stored on a local PC or mobile device or in a virtualized environment or public cloud," Quane said.

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