We’re only halfway into 2017 and already UK organisations have been forced to face down a formidable array of cyber threats. From the global WannaCry epidemic to last week’s destructive ‘Petya’ attacks, the past few weeks alone have witnessed enough serious incidents to keep CISOs awake at night.
The good news is that help is at hand with the return of Trend Micro’s popular CLOUDSEC event in London this September. Once again, it’ll be packed full of fantastic opportunities to network with peers and industry leaders, and hear from some of the best in the business on ways to cope with the growing online threat. Continue reading →
We are delighted to announce that our Vice President of Security Research, Rik Ferguson, has scooped Personality of the Year at the Cyber Security Awards. The Cyber Security Awards were established in 2014 to reward the best cyber security individuals, teams and companies across the world – with a focus throughout on excellence and innovation. Continue reading →
It’s that time of year again: on Tuesday the doors to Olympia will be flung open as London becomes the de facto centre of the global IT security industry for a few days. Yes, it’s Infosecurity Europe – one of the biggest and best attended events of its kind on the calendar. Trend Micro will be there as always, with a mountain of new research to share and experts on hand to explain why a layered, connected approach to cyber defence is the only effective way for organisations to battle modern threats. Continue reading →
For all the panic it caused, WannaCry looks finally to have been contained by organisations round the globe. But this isn’t the time to forget about it and move on. There are valuable lessons to be learned about this attack, why it was so successful and what can be done to prevent it happening again. The unpalatable truth is that many of those organisations caught out by WannaCry earlier this month could face punitive fines if the same kind of thing happens again in a year’s time.
That’s right: the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming, adding a whole new level of urgency to firms realising they need a major cybersecurity overhaul after WannaCry. Continue reading →