Trend Micro Inc. (トレンドマイクロ株式会社, Torendo Maikuro Kabushiki-Gaisha, Chinese: 趨勢科技) is a Japanese multinational security software company founded in Los Angeles, California with global headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, and regional headquarters in Asia, Europe and the Americas. The company develops security software for servers, cloud computing environments, consumers, and small, medium and enterprise businesses. Its cloud and virtualization security products provide cloud security for customers of VMware, Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and vCloud Air.

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  • Post-WannaCry: Tips and best practices to protect your data
    Since WannaCry made headlines in May, organizations have been scrambling to figure out how to better protect their data and reduce vulnerabilities to future attacks. On this video meetup, we’ll be joined by the security experts from CDW and Trend Micro to discuss what you should be doing to protect your business including best practices for patching.
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  • Skype: A New Avenue for Old Tricks
    In Web Threat Spotlight Issue 64 TrendLabs looks at a recent Skype spam campaign where messages included a URL (masked by a shortened URL) which lead to a new IM worm.
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  • Countering the Advanced Persistent Threat Challenge with Deep Discovery
    Targeted attacks and advanced persistent threats (APTs) are becoming the new norm of cyber security threats— encompassing organized, focused efforts that are custom-created to penetrate enterprises and government agencies for valuable data, trade secrets, and access to internal systems. We explore the anatomy of targeted attacks: the inner workings of the APT lifecycle, along with an in-depth ove...
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  • The Custom Defense Against Targeted Attacks
    Advanced persistent threats (APTs) and targeted attacks have a proven ability to penetrate standard security defenses and remain undetected for months while siphoning valuable data or carrying out destructive actions. We review challenges faced by information security leaders, their options for dealing with attackers and how to a Custom Defense approach to deploy a comprehensive Detect—Analyze—Ad...
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  • Trend Micro Virtual Patching
    Launch on a three minute journey through today’s evolving content security threats. See why you need the immediate protection of Trend Micro Enterprise Security and how you can get it without compromising on complexity.
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  • Threat predictions 2011
    More than 80% of Today’s Top Malware Arrives via Web. More than 80% of Today’s Top Malware Arrives via Web. And Security Demands on cloud service providers will increase. See the rest of Trend Micro’s predictions for 2011.
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  • Smart Protection Network Overview
    The Trend Micro Smart Protection Network is a next generation cloud-client content security infrastructure designed to block threats before they reach your network. By combining Internet-based - or "in-the-cloud" - technologies with smaller, lighter-weight clients, you will have immediate access to the latest protection wherever and however you connect - from home, within your company’s network o...
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  • Cybercrime In The Deep Web
    All content not indexed by traditional web-based search engines is known as the DeepWeb. Wrongly been associated only with the Onion Routing (TOR), the DeepWeb’s ecosystem comprises a number of other anonymous and decentralized networks. The Invisible Internet Project (I2P), FreeNET, and Alternative Domain Names (like Name.Space and OpenNic) are examples of networks leveraged by bad actors to hos...

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