When was the last time you checked how many of your organisations’ devices and systems were searchable from the public internet? Do you know for sure that they’re all properly patched and configured? New research from Trend Micro suggests the sheer volume of devices exposed to the internet is putting organisations at unnecessary risk of data theft, sabotage, fraud and disruption.
It’s time Europe’s policymakers woke up to the dangers and helped establish security standards for IoT and similar devices. Continue reading →
Trend Micro has been protecting organisations, governments and consumers for over two and a half decades now. Our 1,200-strong team of threat researchers work round the clock and around the globe to anticipate where the next major threats will come from, and, crucially, how to mitigate them. At this time of year we’re always asked for our predictions for the next 12 months. And while cybercriminals are unlikely to work to annual deadlines, it’s still a good time to take stock and share our insight into what our experts think 2017 holds in store.
As the bad guys get ever more determined and resourceful, it will take a solid multi-layered approach to security combined with strong people and processes to keep UK organisations safe and compliant as we head into the new year. Continue reading →
At a fundamental level information security is all about taking back control. It’s about reintroducing order into a chaotic and disordered world. But given the era-defining political upheaval the UK is witnessing at the moment, your average CISO could be forgiven for thinking that their job has just become even harder. Well, good security is also about resilience, and having the tenacity and will to stand firm – sometimes against the odds. But you can’t do this alone. Continue reading →
The stage is all set for another packed-out three days when Infosecurity Europe throws open the doors to London Olympia on 7 June. The organisers are expecting over 12,000 visitors and in excess of 300 exhibitors – Trend Micro included on Stand D25. But while the show floor offers a great chance for information security professionals and other industry stakeholders to engage with the vendor community and network with each other, let’s not forget the Conference Programme.
If anything, the speaker line-up will be even bigger and better than last year. So be sure to catch Trend Micro experts – Global CTO Raimund Genes, VP Research Rik Ferguson and Senior Anti-Malware Engineer, David Sancho – as they take part. Continue reading →