Cloud App Security integrates with Trend Micro™ Apex Central and supports Apex Central 2019.
Apex Central is a software management solution that gives you the ability to control antivirus and content security programs from a central location, regardless of the program's physical location or platform. This application can simplify the administration of a corporate antivirus and content security policy.
The following features and capabilities are available on the Apex Central console if Cloud App Security is managed from Apex Central:
Use Single Sign-On (SSO) to access the Cloud App Security management console.
Add Cloud App Security data to the Data Loss Prevention and Threat Detection dashboard tabs.
Check the current Cloud App Security connection status.
Query or display logs submitted by Cloud App Security.
Make sure you have a Customer Licensing Portal (CLP) or Licensing Management Platform (LMP) account, and both Cloud App Security and Apex Central are activated and available for use.
CLP users do not need to type the CLP logon URL.
The Cloud App Security server appears in the list.
Go to Administration > Managed Servers > Server Registration, and then click Directory Management.
Go to Directories > Products, and then click Directory Management.
The Dashboard screen of the Cloud App Security management console opens in a new browser tab.
You can check the status of any Cloud App Security server registered with Apex Central.
Cloud App Security Malware Scanning, File blocking, Web Reputation, Virtual Analyzer, and Data Loss Prevention logs are available in Apex Central.
The Log Query screen appears.
For more information, see Log Query Data Views in the "Trend Micro Apex Central Online Help".
The log query result screen appears, showing the query results.
Cloud App Security transfers the content that violates Data Loss Prevention policies to Apex Central and displays it on the Apex Central dashboard.
The Incident Information screen appears.
The Incident Details screen appears, where the violating content is displayed under Matching content, with sensitive data masked or unmasked as configured in the corresponding Cloud App Security Data Loss Prevention policies.