One thing about criminals is that they are smart business people. If something makes business sense, they’ll adopt it. Like so many smart businesses around the world, cybercriminals are increasingly jumping on the cloud bandwagon. We’ve seen examples of cybercriminals using cloud-based services to distribute malware. Today our researchers have found evidence that they’ve moved…Read More
Here you will find the latest blogs and news coverage about the Trend Micro Partner Program. We encourage you to engage with the resources below to learn more about the Partner Program and how it can benefit your business. Please add your thoughts in the comments below, and follow us on Twitter: @TrendMicro for real-time updates. June…Read More
Trend Micro today announced a new global Partner Program that leverages and extends its current award-winning program in North America, along with key elements of its other regional partner programs, to all of its partners worldwide. Partha Panda, VP of global channels and strategic alliances, explains the benefits…Read More
Social engineering has moved beyond email and can now encompass years-long social media manipulation.
Targeted attacks are among the biggest threats facing organizations today. A perfect storm has formed. The combination of globally-distributed, creative, and agile cyber criminals; advanced attack toolkits, infrastructure and expertise that is readily available online; and traditional security defences that are not tooled to detect threats they have…Read More
With the recent global Law Enforcement actions in taking down the GameOverZeuS, botnet users need to understand what a botnet is, how it works, and most importantly, how can they protect themselves from becoming a dreaded Zombie (aRe yoU Botted?). Trend Micro recently developed an Infographic that helps people understand what the basics of a…Read More
Oftentimes, a layered security approaching leveraging established protection best practices is the best way to prevent APT infiltration.
This year, the technology world was taken by storm by one of the most damaging vulnerabilities seen in recent memory. The bug, dubbed Heartbleed, put a range of Web resources and systems at risk.
The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) Conference has kicked off in Boston, MA and will run through Friday. This annual conference offers an ideal networking and learning opportunity from experts in the global security community. According to the FIRST website, the organization is a “a global non-profit organization dedicated to bringing together…Read More
Electronic road sign hacking shows new risks in IoE security