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 →
Today’s businesses face an unprecedented cybersecurity challenge. They must keep their networks free from threat but do so without impacting the user experience. To add to this, the benefits they see through adopting a more flexible, mobile workforce actually go hand in hand with the need to mitigate auxiliary risk. Despite the mounting hurdles, however, some of the most responsible corporate citizens refuse to be stopped in their tracks. They recognise the gains afforded through corporate cyber awareness and chose to support their employees away from work and into the home.
It’s in this regard that Trend Micro was invited to the headquarter’s of National Lottery operator Camelot Group. Our brief was simple. Discuss security practices outside of the office and provide guidance on achieving a healthier cyber environment for themselves, their children and their families. Continue reading →
UK police forces have spent more than £1.3m on cybercrime training over the past three years, according to a new thinktank report. This is great to see, especially considering the escalating threat to consumers and businesses as the nation and its economy become increasingly dependent on digital systems.
But as cybercrime soars while public funding shrinks, law enforcers also need to make the most of private sector partnerships, like the ground-breaking alliance Trend Micro has forged over recent years with the country’s pre-eminent crime agency. Continue reading →
Time flies fast in tech. When Trend Micro was founded nearly 30 years ago, mobile phones were pretty clunky, prohibitively expensive and not in the least bit “smart”. Fast forward to today and the device in your pocket has more compute power than the NASA machines that put man on the moon. Over the years, the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) show in Barcelona has offered us a fascinating glimpse into the remarkable growth of this industry.
Mobile is now at the very heart of our digital world. It means much more today than smartphones — extending out into the Internet of Things (IoT) to permeate virtually every aspect of our lives. But with this newly connected, digital world come new risks. That’s why Trend Micro CEO Eva Chen was on hand at MWC this year, to explain to the press how her vision for connected intelligence can help build a safer connected world. Continue reading →