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Bringing Industry-Leading Research to Infosecurity Europe 2017

by Bharat Mistry

It’s that time of year again: on Tuesday the doors to Olympia will be flung open as London becomes the de facto centre of the global IT security industry for a few days. Yes, it’s Infosecurity Europe – one of the biggest and best attended events of its kind on the calendar. Trend Micro will be there as always, with a mountain of new research to share and experts on hand to explain why a layered, connected approach to cyber defence is the only effective way for organisations to battle modern threats. Continue reading

Focus on the HMI: Trend Micro Report Reveals Extent of Preventable SCADA Bugs

by Simon Edwards

With all the hype surrounding WannaCry over the past week, it’s easy to forget that organisations are facing a far broader range of threats than ransomware. Targeted attacks on critical infrastructure, particularly SCADA systems, have been on the radar since Stuxnet, but as the attacks on the Ukrainian power grid have shown, they’re still a major cause for concern.

That’s why Trend Micro compiled its latest report, Hacker Machine Interface, focusing specifically on the Human Machine Interface (HMI) displays present in most SCADA set-ups. Unfortunately, we found that a lot more needs to be done to architect more secure systems and to ensure patches are produced and applied swiftly. Continue reading