The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has done a fantastic job since it was launched in 2016 of supporting businesses, government agencies and the public in their efforts to become more secure. Most recently this week it launched a new Cyber Accelerator designed to uncover the most talented UK start-ups in the sector — all with the mission of making the UK the safest place in which to live and work online.
At Trend Micro, we might sit at the opposite end of the industry from the start-up community, but we’re right behind the NCSC’s efforts. That’s why we’re showing our support at the CYBERUK event hosted by the NCSC next week, as a networking sponsor. Continue reading →
Any IT security professional expecting a quiet summer this year will have been bitterly disappointed. From the global destruction wreaked by NotPetya in June to revelations of a dangerously widespread flaw in the IoT ecosystem the following month, there’s been plenty keep the white hat community busy. Most recently, WikiLeaks has publicised yet another CIA attack tool, this time one designed to capture video from connected cameras. The sheer volume of threats discovered on an almost weekly basis can be mind-boggling. Continue reading →
We’re only halfway into 2017 and already UK organisations have been forced to face down a formidable array of cyber threats. From the global WannaCry epidemic to last week’s destructive ‘Petya’ attacks, the past few weeks alone have witnessed enough serious incidents to keep CISOs awake at night.
The good news is that help is at hand with the return of Trend Micro’s popular CLOUDSEC event in London this September. Once again, it’ll be packed full of fantastic opportunities to network with peers and industry leaders, and hear from some of the best in the business on ways to cope with the growing online threat. Continue reading →
If there’s one word that perfectly sums up the past few weeks, it’s: “uncertainty”. Many IT bosses have been left unsure by many things following the referendum result – not least whether they should continue efforts to comply with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or assume this is no longer necessary. New Trend Micro research has reaffirmed that compliance is the way to go. Why? Because it reveals a British public fed up with data breaches and increasingly aware of the value of their own data and how it’s used.
If you want to find out more on this and other key security issues and trends of the moment, come down to our annual CLOUDSEC event in London on the 6th of September. Continue reading →