Modern cybersecurity bosses operate in a parallel bz universe to the majority of their friends and family. Theirs is a chaotic and volatile world where a determined enemy is continually evolving its tools and tactics to evade detection. Complexity and risk is everywhere, and the stakes couldn’t be higher: financial losses, customer attrition and even social and political instability. The question is: out of all this chaos and complexity, is it possible to create something ordered, and even beautiful?
The quest for competitive advantage through digital innovation has hit the mainstream. Organisations across the globe are turning to agile development practices, cloud and mobile platforms, smart devices and more to drive profits and get closer to their customers. Yet going digital means new risks, a larger corporate attack surface and more work for stretched IT teams.
Finding a solution to these challenges is not easy, but it is essential to the success of crucial digital transformation projects. That’s why our Principal Security Strategist, Bharat Mistry, will be offering some guidance for IT leaders at this year’s Cloud Expo Europe in London next month. His presentations will cover security for CI/CD environments and the value of Managed Detection and Response (MDR). Continue reading →
It’s been a fantastic few days in sunny Barcelona where the Trend Micro team made the most of VMWorld Europe. It always offers a great opportunity to talk to customers, partners and prospects and this year was no different. On the event’s last day today, we reflect on some insight into what’s working, and where organisations feel there are still challenges to address.
A big thanks goes to all those hardy souls who manned the Trend Micro stand from morning till early evening, delivering over 130 demoes in eight languages on just the first day, as well as our spokespeople who spent countless hours talking to the press and presenting the Trend Micro vision to keynote attendees. Continue reading →
Cloud is at the heart of any organisation’s digital transformation efforts today, with new DevOps practices driving innovation. But although these efforts promise faster time-to-market and greater agility, the truth is that with greater adoption comes potentially greater complexity and the danger of cloud siloes. According to the latest IDC stats out this week, 90% of organisations will look to migrate to hybrid and multi-cloud environments over the next six years. In this fracturing world, it’s important to ensure you have unified security which works across all major platforms.
That’s part of the message Trend Micro will be bringing to VMworld Europe next week. Continue reading →