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New Year, New Security Challenges: What to Expect from 2017

by Raimund Genes

Trend Micro has been protecting organisations, governments and consumers for over two and a half decades now. Our 1,200-strong team of threat researchers work round the clock and around the globe to anticipate where the next major threats will come from, and, crucially, how to mitigate them. At this time of year we’re always asked for our predictions for the next 12 months. And while cybercriminals are unlikely to work to annual deadlines, it’s still a good time to take stock and share our insight into what our experts think 2017 holds in store.

As the bad guys get ever more determined and resourceful, it will take a solid multi-layered approach to security combined with strong people and processes to keep UK organisations safe and compliant as we head into the new year. Continue reading

Going mainstream, going underground: the threats to watch out for in 2015

It’s that time of the year again, when cyber security experts are called upon to tell the world what we should all be afraid of over the coming 12 months. At Trend Micro, our threat researchers around the globe actively study the landscape for new tools, techniques and procedures used by the bad guys. This TrendLabs research team helps us design the next generation of products to keep our customers safe and keeps us at the leading edge of the cyber security industry. Continue reading

Predicting 2015: UK Braced for Targeted Attacks

by Raimund Genes

It’s that time of the year again – when security experts are called upon to take stock of the past 12 months and get their crystal balls out to predict the major industry trends for the coming year. Trend Micro always aims to be first to provide a comprehensive assessment of the threat landscape over the next 12 months and 2014 is no different. Continue reading