The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has done a fantastic job since it was launched in 2016 of supporting businesses, government agencies and the public in their efforts to become more secure. Most recently this week it launched a new Cyber Accelerator designed to uncover the most talented UK start-ups in the sector — all with the mission of making the UK the safest place in which to live and work online.
At Trend Micro, we might sit at the opposite end of the industry from the start-up community, but we’re right behind the NCSC’s efforts. That’s why we’re showing our support at the CYBERUK event hosted by the NCSC next week, as a networking sponsor. Continue reading →
Cloud 2.0: that’s the buzzword analysts are applying to the new wave of cloud adoption we’re likely to witness this year. It will see those tried and tested benefits of cost savings, greater business agility, scalability and IT efficiency help to drive new digital transformation projects. This is particularly important in the public sector, where the need to deliver services in more innovative and efficient ways is greater than ever. But there remains one major barrier to such projects: cybersecurity. Continue reading →