As a security leader we understand that forging close industry partnerships is vital to ensuring we continue to offer our customers the best protection and optimal performance. In the new era of cloud and virtual environments, this becomes even more important, which is why we’ve been a close partner of VMware’s for a decade now.
Our appearance at VMworld Europe in November will be a great opportunity to articulate how Trend Micro can help VMware customers extend NSX to the public cloud, and drive a closer relationship between security and DevOps to improve hybrid cloud threat protection. Continue reading →
Local government in the UK is increasingly encouraged to migrate to the cloud to drive efficiencies and improve agility and productivity while minimising costs. Office 365 is an obvious choice here, especially as Microsoft is changing its discount structure to encourage greater take-up. But there’s still a great deal of uncertainty and anxiety in the sector around cloud infrastructure, especially cybersecurity concerns.
That’s why Trend Micro has developed a new white paper for local government IT managers. It explains how working with trusted third-party providers can enhance existing protections in Office 365 and minimise risk as organisations transition away from GSI secure email. Continue reading →
This year’s Infosecurity Europe will be the first to take place under the new data protection regime brought in by the long-awaited EU GDPR. It’s going to be interesting to see how much coverage the new law gets. I’d wager, more than you’d think, because compliance doesn’t end on 25 May — for many firms, it will only start once the reality of the new legislation hits home. As we were reminded this week by a £120,000 fine handed down to Greenwich University, the regulator will come down hard on organisations that fail on cybersecurity. Continue reading →
The Internet of Things (IoT) offers tremendous value to organisations, their customers and employees, driving business agility, productivity, cost reductions and much more. That’s why the total number of connected things is predicted to top 20 billion by 2020. Unfortunately, this IoT explosion also creates unique opportunities for cybercriminals. Of these, attacks which impact the physical world are arguably the most serious, potentially leading to costly service disruption and even loss of life.
That’s why we’ll be sharing some key best practice tips with attendees at Infosecurity Europe next month on how organisations can mitigate the risks of IoT-powered cyber-physical attacks. Continue reading →