Identity provider support via SAML 2.0. Supported identity providers include Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS), Okta, PingOne, and Shibboleth. Now there is no longer a need to manage administrative users directly in Deep Security. In addition, you can leverage features of your IdP, such as password strength and change enforcement, one-time password (OTP), and two-factor or multi-factor authentication (2FA/MFA) when signing in to Deep Security using SAML.
Single deployment script for Windows and Linux brings ease of deployment and management because you are able to deploy from a single curl based script for either operating system.
For new implementations you can now have more database options such as PostgreSQL and SQL Server Express (intended for smaller installations).
More Docker container enhancements have also been added to give better visibility into malware events inside the container.
A new “News Feed” which gives updated information in the console on updates for patterns and IPS rulesets.
Application control which was introduced in 10.0 to control applications being used on a limited number of Linux distros now extends the Linux distros and adds Windows support in 10.1.
Zero impact network driver install now eliminates the worry that upgrading the agent will cause a temporary blip in network connectivity. You no longer have to worry about upgrading the agent.
And Deep Security now has more support for AIX and Debian as well as Real-time anti-malware scanning for Oracle Linux.
If you are running Deep Security as a Service this update will come automagically to your agent upgrade list soon. If you are running in the AWS marketplace or an on premise version you can upgrade now and enjoy the new features and improvements. If you have not installed Deep Security for your server protection either in your data center or in the cloud give it a try by visiting the Trend Micro Deep Security site and selecting Free Trial.