What's new in Workload Security?
If you'd like to know what has been updated in the API, see the API changelog.
If you'd like to review release notes from previous years, see Archived Workload Security release notes.
The Deep Security as a Service release notes have been moved to this page.
|Oct. 23||Resolved issue||The settings on Policies > Settings > Advanced could not be changed because the Inherited option could not be deselected.|
|Oct. 14||Information||Starting October 14th, 2020, customers subscribed to the Trend Micro Cloud One listing on AWS Marketplace will see usage displayed and metered in "units" instead of "host / hour". There is no change in price to your services and no change to how your usage is calculated and charged.
Usage prior to this change will still appear as "host / hour" so you may see a combination of "host / hour" and "units" in this month's line items.
|Oct. 14||Scheduled maintenance||System maintenance for Workload Security is scheduled for Saturday October 24th, 2020 between 11:00 and 19:00 GMT. For details, see Trend Micro Cloud One Maintenance.|
|Oct. 13||Resolved issue||There were detection issues with real-time Anti-Malware scans.|
|Aug. 24||Enhancement||Improved the "Scheduled report sending failed" error message by adding a more thorough description. For more information, see Troubleshoot: Scheduled report sending failed.|
|Aug. 24||Enhancement||Updated the New Malware Scan Configuration Properties (Policies > Common Objects > Malware Scans > New) default settings to match the default settings for the Default Malware Scan Configuration Properties.|
|Aug. 24||Resolved issue||In the Workload Security console, Deep Security Agent occasionally appeared to have an error despite the error already being resolved.|
|Aug. 24||Resolved issue||The Workload Security console sometimes showed the incorrect Log Inspection status.|
|Aug. 10||New feature||The Agent Version Report has been created in order for you to view a summary of how many agents are using a specific agent version, the percentage of total agents each version is using, and an overview of how many agents are online and how many are offline, all of which are broken down based on the Deep Security Agent's platform (OS). To generate the report, go to Events & Reports > Generate Reports > Single Report > New > Agent Version Report.|
|Aug. 06||Enhancement||Updated the "My User Summary" widget on the console and the "User and Contact Report" (Events & Reports > Generate Reports > Single Report) to reflect the logins that have occurred in the last 30 days.|
|Aug. 05||Resolved issue||The Workload Security session cookie is no longer passed from AWS to Workload Security when you sign up, which meant that if you were already signed in to Workload Security, you were unable to upgrade to a paid account through the AWS Marketplace. If you have already signed in to Workload Security, you're once again able to upgrade your account from "Free-Trial" to "Paid through AWS Marketplace".|
|Jul. 31||Information||The Deep Security 20 Long-Term Support Agent has been released for use with Workload Security. For a list of new features, see What's new in Deep Security Agent?.
The new Deep Security 20 Agent has been released to the download center and will be available in all Workload Security accounts by August 4th.
|Jul. 29||Resolved issue||The "AWS Contract License Exceeded" alert sometimes occurred even though the number of protected computers did not exceed the limit.|
|Jul. 24||Enhancement||Reduced the time it takes to validate GCP service accounts when you change your GCP Account Properties configuration. Previously, this took a long time when there were a large number of auto-generated GCP projects.|
|Jul. 22||Resolved issue||The Computer Status widget on the console did not display the correct number of managed computers.|
|Jul. 16||Enhancement||Added file hash values to Anti-Malware events that have been exported to CSV (Events & Reports > Anti-Malware Events > Export > Export to CSV).|
|Jul. 07||New feature||Integrate Workload Security with AWS Control Tower to ensure that every account added through Control Tower Account Factory is automatically provisioned in Workload Security. For more information, see Integrate with AWS Control Tower.|
|Jul. 07||Information||By default, the "My User Summary" widget on the Dashboard only displays information about sign-ins that have occurred within the last 24 hours.|
|Jun. 30||Information||New static IP addresses have been added for the Workload Security GUI and fast heartbeat. See Port numbers, URLs, and IP addresses for more details.
If you have a firewall or AWS security group that restricts which IP addresses are allowed outbound from your network, you must add the new IP addresses.
|Jun. 25||Resolved issue||Due to a timing issue with Workload Security, Deep Security Agents occasionally failed to download software components from the relays if multiple components were available at the same time.|
|Jun. 15||Information||The "Whois" feature (Administrator > System Setting > Advanced), will be removed before the end of June. The removal includes "Whois Source IP" and "Whois Destination IP" on the Events page and the "Whois" query for Reports.|
|Jun. 15||Resolved issue||Azure accounts could not be added in Azure Government regions because the login endpoint was changed. This only applies to Azure Marketplace deployments.|
|Jun. 12||Enhancement||Empty AWS groups can now be hidden in all areas of the console that display a list of computer groups. Previously, this was only available on the Computers page.|
|Jun. 05||Enhancement||Extended the scope of the If a computer with the same name already exists setting on Administration > System Settings > Agents to apply to existing unactivated computers. Previously, it only applied to existing activated computers.|
|Jun. 05||Resolved issue||An error occurred when properties were changed on the Log Inspection rule "1002729 - Default Rules Configuration" in Policy > Common Objects > Log Inspection Rules.|
|Jun. 03||Resolved issue||A Forensic Computer Report could not be generated if an Integrity Monitoring rule was applied.|
|Jun. 01||New feature||The smart folders auto-creation capability has been extended to allow you to create sub-folders automatically based on GCP Labels. You might use this feature to create different management folders automatically for different cost centers, deployment environments, security requirements, and so on.|
|Jun. 01||Information||We're continuing to update our UI to reflect the transition from Deep Security as a Service to Trend Micro Cloud One - Workload Security. For more information please see https://cloudone.trendmicro.com/docs/about/|
|May 28||Enhancement||Updated the Events & Reports > Scheduled Reports page so that you're unable to create a report that might result in a failure. An alert appears that specifies the settings you must set before creating the scheduled report.|
|May 25||Enhancement||Increased the timeout used when synchronizing AWS Workspace directories in an AWS account, to reduce failures for large directories.|
|May 21||Resolved issues||When you did an advanced search on the Computers page for Status Light > Equals > Managed \[Green\], then selected Export to CSV, the CSV file did not contain the listed computers.|
Re-ordered the protection modules into the following categories:
|May 15||Information||For new accounts, we will no longer automatically be adding instances with the demo application. The Deep Security demo application can still be deployed easily and accessed through the demo app project on GitHub. See Try the Deep Security demo for more information.|
|May 12||New feature||Smart Folders can be configured to use GCP Labels and Network Tags, which you can use to organize and find computers in your cloud environment.|
|May 12||Resolved issues||If you deleted a Workload Security account that was previously subscribed to AWS Metered Billing, you could not create a new Workload Security account subscribed to the same AWS account.|
|May 12||Resolved issues||When an agent activated with no AWS metadata but then provided it on a later heartbeat, the cloud provider was not updated which caused the computer to never be rehomed properly.|
|May 12||Resolved issues||Anti-Malware events that were marked as "Pass" were not properly counted on the dashboard or under Anti-Malware events.|
|May 12||Resolved issues||When the Alert on any Computer action was selected for Intrusion Prevention, Firewall, Integrity Monitoring or Log Inspection rules, the computers were not automatically updated with the new policy.|
|Apr. 20||New feature||Added the CentOS platform as an option to select on Updates > Software > Agent Version Control. This means when you deploy an agent using the deployment scripts, you can specify that only CentOS agents should be deployed.|
|Apr. 20||Resolved issues||When you clicked the + button on the Dashboard, you couldn't type a new entry in the New Dashboard Name field.|
|Apr. 15||New feature||You can now subscribe to an RSS feed on the English and Japanese Help Center Software pages to get notified right away when there is a new software release.|
|Apr. 14||Enhancement||Added a GCP Network Tag column to the Computers tab.|
|Apr. 09||Enhancement||Added a page to the Trend Micro Cloud One documentation on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) auto-scaling using managed instance groups (MIGs). See GCP auto scaling and Workload Security.|
|Apr. 02||Resolved issues||An issue with timing occurred when an AWS Workspace was deployed from an image. This potentially created a duplicate standalone computer that never moved into an AWS account.|
|Apr. 02||Resolved issues||Sometimes GCP accounts did not sync correctly.|
|Apr. 01||Resolved issues||The Scan for Integrity and Rebuild Baseline buttons were disabled on Computers > Computer Details > Integrity Monitoring > General even after the corresponding operation was completed.|
|Mar. 31||Information||On May 1st, 2020, the sender address from Deep Security as a Service emails will be updated from <email@example.com> to <firstname.lastname@example.org> to reflect the coming transition to Cloud One - Workload Security. Customers using email routing rules should ensure their rules are updated to include this new email address.|
|Mar. 31||New feature||Added the ability to do a simple search or advanced search for Cloud Instance Metadata on the Computers page. This allows you to easily find workloads with specific labels, network tags, and more.|
|Mar. 31||Enhancement||Improved the description of Behavior Monitoring events by including the reason the event occurred.|
|Mar. 26||Resolved issue||Some computers reported the following error: Send Policy Failed - An error occurred in the Workload Security Manager to Deep Security Agent/Appliance protocol: TimeoutException: Write timed out.|
|Mar. 24||Resolved issue||The sign-up page did not render properly in Internet Explorer.|
|Mar. 24||Resolved issue||When alerts were viewed in list view and the details for "Agent/Appliance Upgrade Recommended (New Version Available)" was selected, the hyperlink "View all out-of-date computers" did not work.|
|Mar. 24||Resolved issue||Azure accounts did not sync correctly because of duplicate worker threads.|
|Mar. 17||Resolved issue||When Intrusion Prevention rules were assigned or unassigned based on the scan recommendations, sometimes the policy editor's performance was poor and the recommendations were not applied.|
|Mar. 12||Enhancement||Improved the capability of event-based tasks by adding support for GCP security automation.|
|Mar. 12||Enhancement||Introduced "Cloud Vendor" as an event-based task condition in order to limit a task's scope to AWS or GCP.|
|Mar. 12||Resolved issue||You could not reset your password because of an issue with the Google Recaptcha key.|
|Mar. 05||Enhancement||In the past, if your credentials were entered incorrectly for AWS accounts in Workload Security, the agent failed to activate. This might have occurred because the credentials were entered incorrectly or because, over time, the credentials changed without a corresponding update on Workload Security. To help ensure protection remains in place in this situation, which in many cases is a simple configuration error, we will now create the computer outside of the account and allow the agent to activate.|
|Mar. 05||Enhancement||When Anti-Malware actions fail, the results will be displayed in the Syslog result field.|
|Mar. 03||Enhancement||Optimized the time it takes to discover and map new GCP instances for known Google Projects inside existing GCP accounts. When an agent-initiated activation occurs, the time it takes to complete the activation and for the GCP data to be available to Workload Security has been reduced to make the product more responsive.|
|Feb. 27||Enhancement||To better align with AWS best practices and improve AWS account security, we have made a change to the process of adding a new AWS account into Workload Security using cross-account roles. Previously when using a cross-account role for authentication, Workload Security required two pieces of information: a role ARN, and an external ID trusted by the role. This has now changed to a new process where Workload Security provides the external ID, and requires that the role provided has included this external ID in its IAM trust policy. This change provides stronger security in shared Workload Security environments, and ensures that strong external IDs are always used. For details on switching your external ID to a manager-generated one, see Update the external ID. For details on the new process of adding cross-account roles using manager-generated external ID, see Add an AWS account using a cross-account role.|
|Feb. 27||Information||Action required for customers using cross-account roles with the API /rest/cloudaccounts/aws. For details, see https://success.trendmicro.com/solution/000241973.|
|Feb. 25||Resolved issue||Unacceptable delays occurred when events were sent to a syslog server and the option to send extended event descriptions was enabled.|
|Feb. 21||Enhancement||Improved the heartbeat handling for AWS Workspace deployments when the workspace sync feature is not turned on for the matching AWS account.|
|Feb. 21||Enhancement||Added GCP information such as Instance ID, Labels, Network tags, and more, to Computer Editor > Overview > General.|
|Feb. 21||Resolved issue||Sometimes when you attempted to add a GCP account, you were not redirected to the results page.|
|Feb. 21||Resolved issue||The advanced search on the Computers page did not work properly when the criteria included "Version field" and the value was "N/A".|
|Feb. 21||Resolved issue||The Workload Security console sometimes failed to generate a summary report on Events & Reports > Single Report.|
|Feb. 21||Resolved issue||When adding a relay, the wrong icon for GCP computer groups appeared in the navigation pane on the left.|
|Feb. 11||Resolved issue||When the "Untagged" filter was selected on the dashboard, some widgets continued to display tagged items.|
|Feb. 06||New feature||
If you are using metered billing and looking for a way to break out costs by individual cloud accounts, we have made the Security Module Usage Report (Event & Reports > Generate Reports) available. This report contains a detailed breakout of consumption hours by cloud account. This data can be used to breakout the single Workload Security line item on your marketplace bill supporting chargeback to your teams.
|Feb. 06||New feature||
In a heartbeat, if the number of agent events is very high, they will be split under more than one "Events Retrieved" system event.
This feature is being gradually rolled out. For more information, see How are features released in Workload Security as a Service?
|Feb. 06||Enhancement||Added a progress bar to Administration > User Management > Roles > New > Computer Rights > Selected Computers to indicate the status of the computers list that's loading.|
|Feb. 06||Resolved issue||GCP projects temporarily disappeared during syncs.|
|Jan. 28||Resolved issue||When Integrity Monitoring was enabled but Anti-Malware was turned off, a warning message would appear indicating "Security Update: Pattern Update on Agents/Appliance Failed".|
|Jan. 23||Enhancement||Improved performance when image files are repeatedly downloaded to the browser.|
|Jan. 21||Resolved issue||When adding new dashboards in the Workload Security console, if you clicked "+" on the Dashboard and then pressed Enter several times in quick succession, multiple dashboards were created and the first dashboard lost widgets.|
|Jan. 21||Resolved issue||Some agents on the AWS platform did not report valid BIOS-UUID, which caused a NullPointerException.|
|Jan. 14||Enhancement||Enhanced the Relay management experience by providing possible solutions for the "Empty Relay Group Assigned" alert in the alert's description and removing the relay count for tenants that are using the Primary Tenant Relay Group.|
|Jan. 14||Resolved issue||Agent-initiated activation failed for hosts with the same Virtual UUID when the "Activate a new Computer with the same name" setting was was selected on Administration > System Settings > Agents > If a computer with the same name already exists .|
|Jan. 14||Resolved issue||When you did a search on the Application Control ruleset page, block rules were not returned.|
|Jan. 07||Enhancement||Added the "sproc" field to Syslog events, which displays the name of the event's source process. For more information, see Syslog message formats.|
|Jan. 07||Resolved issue||If Deep Security Agent was up-to-date, the Workload Security console did not generate an "Upgrade on Activation Skipped" event.|
|Jan. 07||Resolved issue||The column names in the CSV output of the "Security Module Usage Report" were partially misaligned with the data columns.|
|Jan. 07||Resolved issue||In the Malware Scan Configuration window (Computers or Policies Editor> Anti-Malware > General > Manual Scan > Edit > Advanced and select Scan Compressed File) the Maximum number of files to extract setting could not be set to 0, meaning unlimited.|