Category Archives: Internet Safety for Kids and Families

Tackling CSAM One Wi-Fi Hotspot at a Time

by Ian Heritage

At Trend Micro our work to combat online threats and make the digital world a safer place stretches far beyond the obvious: malware and cyber-attacks on customers. In fact, since 2008 our Internet Safety for Kids and Families (ISKF) programme has been a leading light in the industry, spearheading Trend Micro’s efforts to be a more responsible corporate citizen. One of its core goals is to help combat the spread of child sex abuse material (CSAM) online.

We’re delighted to be driving these ambitious aims forward, most recently with newly minted recognition as a “Friendly WiFi Approved Provider” in the UK.

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Extending Internet Security Awareness to Employees’ Families

by Mark Conway

Today’s businesses face an unprecedented cybersecurity challenge. They must keep their networks free from threat but do so without impacting the user experience. To add to this, the benefits they see through adopting a more flexible, mobile workforce actually go hand in hand with the need to mitigate auxiliary risk. Despite the mounting hurdles, however, some of the most responsible corporate citizens refuse to be stopped in their tracks. They recognise the gains afforded through corporate cyber awareness and chose to support their employees away from work and into the home.

It’s in this regard that Trend Micro was invited to the headquarter’s of National Lottery operator Camelot Group. Our brief was simple. Discuss security practices outside of the office and provide guidance on achieving a healthier cyber environment for themselves, their children and their families. Continue reading