One of the biggest factors in Trend Micro’s success over the past three decades has been our commitment to research and development. A global team of over 1,200 TrendLabs threat researchers and a cloud-based Smart Protection Network which analyses 100TB+ of data each day give us a major advantage in offering the best protection possible to our customers and ensuring we’re always anticipating the next evolution of the threat landscape. That’s why we were able to block over 20 billion threats in the first half of 2018. Continue reading →
Today we live in an age of data breaches. But is there hope of a more secure future around the corner? Not according to the latest industry estimates, which claim that the number of compromised records globally will jump an astonishing 175% over the next five years. With no let up in the relentless targeting of corporate IT systems, we need to look to new technologies to help steer a path to a more resilient online world. But how?
To find out more, join some of the world’s leading cybersecurity experts at this year’s highly anticipated CLOUDSEC event in London next month, where the theme is Freedom to Connect: Mind Versus Machine. 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 →
The threat landscape moves so fast sometimes that just staying on top of current trends can be a full-time job for IT security professionals. That’s where industry events like Trend Micro’s CLOUDSEC come in. Now in its fourth year, it offers a platform for leading security practitioners, law enforcers, technical experts, academics and many others to share best practices and anticipate the key trends shaping the future of information security.
This year’s event will be no different. With a tag-line of Freedom to Connect: Man versus Machine there’ll be a special focus on the challenges and opportunities for the industry presented by artificial intelligence (AI). Continue reading →