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Trend Micro a Double Winner at V3 Technology Awards as Deep Security and Deep Discovery Impress

by Bharat Mistry

The UK’s IT decision makers have it pretty tough. On the one hand the sheer range, volume and persistence of threats today make it virtually impossible to keep digital corporate assets 100% safe. But on the other, the outrageous hyperbole spread by security vendors in what is an increasingly crowded market makes finding the right tools more challenging than it’s ever been. In these situations, the opinions of journalists, independent reviewers and customers themselves become incredibly important. Continue reading

Ransomware Server Threat Demands a Virtual Patching Response

by Bharat Mistry

We all know that ransomware is one of the biggest threats facing UK organisations today. You only have to take a look at the headlines to see the havoc it’s wreaking all over the country, and the world. But although the broad message seems to be getting through, Trend Micro research has revealed a troubling lack of awareness when it comes to the details.

As we head towards VMworld Europe in a fortnight it’s worth remembering that only a layered approach to protection offers the best chance of success. That’s because corporate servers are increasingly being singled out by the black hats as vulnerable targets. Continue reading

CLOUDSEC takeaway – Cyber security is not just an IT issue

Guest blog by Andrew Tang, Service Security Director at MTI Technology

With a fantastic turnout at CLOUDSEC 2016, attendees comprised of security and IT practitioners from numerous industries. Despite these varying sectors, one thing became abundantly clear: the same issues are keeping IT security professionals awake at night – securing cloud environments, securing privileged access accounts and user education. Continue reading

CLOUDSEC UK: Global Security Experts Descend on London Next Week

by Simon Edwards

It might still be the summer holidays for many people but the cybersecurity news cycle is in overdrive. In the past week alone several international incidents have had the headline writers rubbing their hands. But while allegations of Kremlin interference in US elections and Chinese hackers targeting Australian defence organisations sell newspapers, the dangers in cyberspace are far broader than state-sponsored espionage.

And at the CLOUDSEC UK conference in London next week, global CISOs, academics, Trend Micro specialists, industry experts and more will gather to share their wisdom. It’s set to be a must-see event, offering IT decision makers and business leaders unparalleled insight into how to best protect their organisation, from those in the know. Continue reading