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  • Happy Holidays (for the bad guys, maybe not for you)

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    What a difference a year makes. Many of us are now getting ready for Thanksgiving in the United States. This marks the traditional start of the annual holiday shopping season. Before we jump into this year’s holiday shopping season, though, now is a good time to pause and think about where we are in terms...
  • AWS re:Invent Round Up

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    It’s been a week since re:Invent, and the dust is still settling. The content from the event is being posted quickly. You can find all of the videos (with a few still coming), audio podcast versions, and slides from the sessions online. The challenge here is the how to process this massive amount of content....
  • Trend Micro Collaborates with Latin American Leaders on Cybercrime

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    The region’s cybercriminal underground is flourishing and is now at the forefront of the international arena with Russia and China. With more people and organizations gaining Internet access in the region, the pool of victims for cybercriminals to attack continues to increase. While the increase of cybercrime is staggering, the price of crimeware in this...
  • The Brazilian Underground Market

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Today we released the latest in our ongoing series of in-depth research reports into the Cybercriminal Underground. Today’s report, “The Brazilian Underground Market: The Market for Cybercriminal Wannabes?”, by Fernando Mercês, adds Brazil to the list of countries whose cybercriminal underground that Trend Micro’s Forward-Looking Threat Research Team has delved into. Many people outside of Brazil...
  • AWS re:Invent 2014 Wrap Up

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Wow. As expected re:Invent 2014 was a whirlwind. Last week, AWS launched 9 new services. Well 8 new standalone services and a new database engine that is important enough to be called a new service. Trend Micro was a diamond sponsor at the event and we had a huge presence at the event. For this...
  • Cyber PreCogs? What Do the Next 2-3 Years Hold For Us?

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Google contacts not glasses; autonomous cars from Tesla and General Motors in many not just a few garages; and a major payment ecosystem reboot and cybercrime will continue to proliferate amongst the innovation of it all. These are just a few of the things I can be relatively certain will occur in the next 24-36...
  • Schannel vulnerability? IT/Security Must Watch Many Channels

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Cable and Satellite TV have produced an influx of both wonderful content as well as garbage programming for us to try and sift through as consumers. As we can all attest, finding content that is important and meaningful to us can be a challenge. You rely on other’s opinions in addition to your own research...
  • Build With Confidence

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Build with confidence from marknca on Vimeo. As an app developer, you know that security is important, but sometimes you can lose perspective as to why it’s important. Your users trust that when they share their data with your app, it will be safe. That trust is critical to your success and to your users’...
  • The Unavoidable Acceleration of Everything. What next for wearables and IoE?

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    It is perhaps telling that when preparing this blog post, I had to add the word “wearables” to the dictionary of my word processor. We are still at the very beginning of the journey into an interconnected “Internet of Everything” but the truth is that every beginning exists in its own unique circumstances. The circumstances...
  • Shared Responsibility Examples: Shellshock

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    This is the 4th & final post in a short series on the shared responsibility model for security in the AWS Cloud. Please take a few minutes to read the others: part 1, part 2, and part 3 Shellshock Shellshock (which entails a number of CVE’s), is a bug that affects bash, a command line...

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