by Ross Baker
At Trend Micro, we’ve been protecting our global customers from cyber threats for over 28 years now. But what many people might not be aware of is that throughout that time we’ve also been keenly aware of what it takes to be a socially responsible corporate citizen. In fact, since 2008 the we’ve set aside 1% of the previous year’s post-GAAP profits to fund Global Citizenship programmes. That’s why a small team of us will be heading to the Philippines in October to help the sterling work of charity Gawad Kalinga in building homes for the locals. Continue reading
by Ross Dyer
At Trend Micro we’ve spent the past quarter of a century and more making the online world a safer place for our customers. But right from day one, we’ve also had another global mission: to be a responsible corporate citizen. In that spirit we recently teamed up with the City of Westminster College to improve opportunities for students there.
And last Thursday we saw the fruits of that partnership in a fantastic photo exhibition at our HQ in Paddington. It was great to see how far these students have come in such a short time, and hear how our support is helping to change lives. Continue reading
by Frank Schwittay
At Trend Micro, it’s our core mission to make the world a safer place in which to exchange digital information. In fact, we’ve been protecting consumers, governments, enterprises and SMBs from cyber threats for well over 26 years now. But as a company founded with a keen sense of social responsibility, that’s not all we do. From the top down, we encourage all our employees to engage with their wider communities and wherever possible we reach out to local businesses, charities, educational institutions and the like to see where we can help out.
One project we’re delighted to be repeating for the second year in a row is our partnership with City of Westminster College. Next week, students will be presenting a photography exhibition themed around data protection, so if you’re in the area we’d love you to come down and take a look at the fruits of their labour. Continue reading