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Sign up for Trend Micro Cloud One
When you sign up as a Trend Micro Cloud One user, your email address acts as your unique identifier. You can sign up as a user and then create a new Trend Micro Cloud One account, or an administrator from an existing account can invite you to join the account.
A user can be a member of an unlimited number of Trend Micro Cloud One accounts; however, each user can create only 2 accounts across all Trend Micro Cloud One regions. If you need to increase your account creation limit, please contact Trend Micro support.
An account administrator may enforce that you need to use sign in with MFA to access the account.
- Go to https://cloudone.trendmicro.com/trial.
Enter your email, name, country, password, and password confirmation.
Your password must be at least 8 characters and include uppercase, lowercase, numeric, and special characters.
Select I'm not a robot and complete the captcha if required.
- Review the terms and conditions, privacy notice, and data collection notice. If you agree, select the checkbox.
- Click Sign Up.
You'll receive an email message at the email address you provided. Open the message and click Verify Email.
The link expires after 24 hours. Please verify your email address and sign in to Trend Micro Cloud One before then.
If you don't receive the email, follow the instructions in Didn't receive the verification email during sign up?
You are taken to the Sign In page. Enter your Email and Password.
Click Sign In.
If you forgot your password, see Forgot your password?
If you haven't already been invited to join a Trend Micro Cloud One account, you are prompted to create an account:
Enter this information:
- Account Alias: Friendly name that will help you quickly identify this account. It does not need to be the same as your company name.
- Region: Where you want your account's data to be hosted. For information about supported regions, including how data is handled within regions, see this FAQ.
Click Continue. The Trend Micro Cloud One console opens.
Since account and user storage, authentication, and functionality are now handled by Trend Micro Cloud One and not Workload Security, you do not automatically have a Workload Security account. Without the Workload Security account, you cannot use any Workload APIs or other functionality. Click the Endpoint and Workload Security tile to create the Workload Security account.