Trend Micro at VMworld: driving the cloud-powered enterprise

by Bharat Mistry

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

By Design and by Default: Why Firms Must Include Security Teams in IoT Projects

by Bharat Mistry

As organisations build out their Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure, cyber-risk must be properly managed. Unfortunately, the latest research from Trend Micro has found that security teams are still not being consulted in the majority of global enterprise projects. It’s a major mistake and one which could come back to bite firms if their IoT systems are not secured “by design and default” as required by the GDPR.

If there’s one thing attendees took away from the ever-popular Trend Micro CLOUDSEC conference this week, it’s that online threats are only going to continue escalating. Continue reading

Attackers Go Undercover as CLOUDSEC 2018 Approaches

by Bharat Mistry

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

As Cybercrime Prosecutions Fall Again, CLOUDSEC Offers Food for Thought

by Bharat Mistry

Policing the Wild West of the internet has never been an easy job, but as cyber-criminals get more organised and better equipped thanks to the dark web economy, it has become even harder. That’s especially true in the UK where austerity measures have had a major impact on police budgets. So it might not come as a surprise that new figures show a decline in the number of cybercrime prosecutions in the country, the second year in a row.

At Trend Micro’s CLOUDSEC conference next month, experts from law enforcement and industry will come together to discuss what can be done. As we’ve shown in the past, public-private partnerships can produce some impressive results. Continue reading