File Encryption

The Trend Micro File Encryption agent uses AES encryption to protect data that is shared between Endpoint Encryption users, stored on removable media, or saved on network resources. File Encryption can also protect different files with different keys, allowing you to set access policies to the File Encryption agent and then create separate policies for access to certain files, which is useful in environments where multiple users access the same endpoint. Encryption is performed after authentication takes place.

End users also have the flexibility to locally manage File Encryption by encrypting individual files, folders, or removable media on the fly, safeguarding their data regardless of where it travels.

File Encryption can also protect different files with different keys, allowing you to set access policies to the File Encryption device and separate policies for access to certain files. This is useful in environments where multiple users access one endpoint.