Trend Micro has been protecting enterprises, consumers, governments, service providers and SMBs for 30 years, but the threats we’re facing globally today are on a scale never before seen. UK organisations are increasingly on the receiving end; whether it’s nation state operatives or financially motivated cyber-criminals attacking. Government figures from last year revealed nearly half of all UK businesses suffered a cyber breach or attack in the previous 12 months. In the face of this barrage, industry players must come together to advance our aims of improving cybersecurity and resilience for all.
That’s why Trend Micro is pleased to have joined the Cybersecurity Tech Accord: a ground-breaking new group of global technology and security companies. It’s our commitment to making the digital world a safer place for every user and organisation. Continue reading →
Looking back at the past 12 months you could be forgiven for thinking that cyber security is about little more than stopping data breaches and ransomware. These two trends have certainly dominated the headlines of late. But there’s another strain of cyber threat, which is potentially far more serious than losing some data – however damaging that might be to a company or individual. I’m talking about attacks on critical national infrastructure (CNI) designed to cause physical damage and disruption. Continue reading →
Nowhere in the UK does technology have the potential to positively affect more people’s lives than in the government sector. Digital transformation not only offers the prospect of making government more efficient – so more tax revenue can be ploughed into improving service quality – but it can ensure all members of society have access to the services they’re entitled to. But there are also dangers. Government is one of the most frequently targeted industries when it comes to cyber attacks, so those manning IT security in its various departments and agencies need to be on top of their game.
That’s why we have conferences like IA15 next week (9th-10th November) – the government’s flagship annual information assurance and cyber security event. I’ll be taking part in London next week to discuss how the security industry can keep pace with the ever growing cyber threat. Continue reading →