Trend Micro news stories - Page 11
Are blind spots leaving your organisation exposed? Trend Micro says yes
“Who knew online and mobile ads, over-the-counter transactions, and even basic Word documents could still cause so much trouble.”
Amazon Web Services / AWS
Trio of trends changing security play
Changing vulnerabilities, a shift to IaaS and programmable APIs are changing the security landscape.
'Sextortion' on rise and it knows no boundaries
Trend Micro is warning that mobile 'sextortion' is on the rise, and that New Zealand is not immune
Trend Micro gives the low down on World Back Up Day
“Backing up should not be a once a year job but incorporated into our regular routine. That way we reduce the risk of emotional or financial damage.”
Security vendors' tough battle in SMB market
“Greater demand for flexible hosted service offerings also encouraged many vendors to develop dedicated SaaS solutions at lower price points.”
Kiwi channel partners can win a Nissan car with Trend Micro
As of right now, when any partner sells a Trend Micro Worry-Free Solution, they could win a Nissan Micra.
Top 5 ways to stay safe online during the Cricket World Cup
The ICC Cricket World Cup will be one of the top events targeted by cyber criminals in New Zealand in 2015.
ANZ businesses recognising need for protection
Trend Micro has seen an eightfold increase in enquiries in the ANZ region in 2015, after analysts forecast another big year for data breaches.
Kiwi consumers urged to stay vigilant amid online threats
Despite decreases of online threats, New Zealanders are being urged to take a vigilant approach to cybersecurity this year.
Trend Micro looks to channel partners to drive growth in Kiwi market
Mike Ferguson, Trend Micro New Zealand regional manager, says the security software company is working with the New Zealand channel to establish itself as a top player in the market.
Trend Micro urges partner action
Trend Micro is urging resellers to take a proactive role in advising customers of a zero-day vulnerability under attack affecting Adobe Flash Player.
Customer education key as malware rises
Trend Micro is calling on resellers to help better educate organisations and consumers about heightened security risks.
Deep Security for Amazon Web Services Marketplace provides increased capabilities
Available as software or as a service, Deep Security for AWS Marketplace could allow resellers to provide greater offerings to customers.
Public and private cooperation necessary to fight cybercrime
The ongoing cooperation between public and private organisations is important in the fight against cybercrime.
Trend Micro report predicts major cybercrime in 2015
The annual prediction report from Trend Micro, leader in cybersecurity, has been released for 2015.
Looking back at this year's Ingram Micro Showcase
The showcase was a big opportunity for techies to discover what is at the forefront of technology
Trend Micro videos demonstrate risky online behaviours
Users often share confidential information and location details without having much security enabled on their devices
Review: Trend Micro Maximum Security 2015
Nowadays playing it safe online needn't cost a bomb as its possible to protect PCs and Macs for free.
Trend Micro: Navigating the security minefield...
One size doesn’t fit all in security, says Robin Marjason, Trend Micro Australia and New Zealand channel and distribution director.
Trend Micro: Mobile threat no passing fad
"Users, business owners, professionals, need to protect themselves from becoming a victim – and all it takes are some best practices and a security solution."
Trend Micro: NZ ranks high in online streaming trickery
New Zealand has ranked as the fifth highest country affected by dangerous social engineering lures during the recent school holiday movie season.
Businesses beware as malicious URLs in NZ pass 60,000 mark…
Organisations need to determine which information they regard as "core data" before devising a plan on how to protect it.
Data Centre Operators
Dude, where’s my data?
As New Zealand organisations continue their shift towards virtualisation and from there into cloud, we are seeing significant changes in the very definition of the data centre and where data is held.
Security the biggest loser during the World Cup...
"[Users] must protect themselves so that at the end of the event, they're left with fond memories and souvenirs - not malware infections that will result in depleted bank accounts and compromised devices."