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IoT Security Still an Afterthought for Many IT Leaders — This Must Change

by Simon Edwards

IoT security is new frontline in the battle against enterprise cyber-threats. As more smart endpoints are connected to corporate networks, the potential for mass data theft, service outages, sabotage and more will only increase. Yet new Trend Micro research reveals that only half (53%) of IT and security decision makers regard IoT as a security risk. This is a major miscalculation that could cost their organisations dear in the long run.

You need to start planning now for ways to mitigate the new risks presented by IoT technologies. Our annual CLOUDSEC show in September will also provide some much-needed best practice advice in this area. Continue reading

Trend Micro @ MWC: Securing Our Mobile, Connected World

by Bharat Mistry

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