Tag Archives: cloud security

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

Working Together to Protect the UK from Cyber Attack

by Simon Edwards

The UK is facing a bigger threat from cyberspace now than ever before: that was the message from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) this week as it launched its first major report into the threat landscape. Produced in association with the National Crime Agency (NCA), it also featured input from Trend Micro. We’re pleased to be working side-by-side with law enforcement and government to help protect citizens and organisations — because only with collaboration across sectors can we offer truly effective threat defence against cybercrime and nation state hacking. Continue reading

Security Round-up: Five Things We’ve Learned in 2017

by Bharat Mistry

The past 12 months have been packed with geopolitical incident, global malware threats and ubiquitous big-name data breaches. From the CIA Vault7 and NSA Shadow Brokers leaks at the start of the year, to the WannaCry and NotPetya ‘ransomware’ campaigns, and Uber’s shock revelations just last month, there’s been plenty for UK CISOs to ruminate on. But now the year is nearly at an end, it might be useful to recap some of the biggest themes of 2017 — with an eye on fortifying systems for the 12 months to come. Continue reading

You Can’t Outsource Accountability: Uber Breach Highlights Firms’ Cloud Security Responsibilities

by Bharat Mistry

Consumers and cybersecurity professionals around the world have been stunned by Uber’s revelation that it paid hackers $100,000 to delete data on 57 million users stolen last year. There are many strands to the case, and more details are likely to emerge over time. But fundamentally it highlights the need for firms to secure their cloud environments as rigorously as anything on premise.

With the EU GDPR promising huge fines for firms that fail to suitably protect customer data, companies must realise that when it comes to the cloud, you simply can’t outsource accountability. Continue reading