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16 July 2019

  • This Week in Security News: Banking Malware and Phishing Campaigns

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn about the banking malware Anubis that has been retooled for use in fresh attack waves. Also, read about a new phishing campaign that uses OneNote

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  • Migrating Network Protection to the Cloud with Confidence

    For modern organizations, speed and agility is the key to success – built on enhanced IT efficiency and performance driven by the cloud. Anything less could see your business outpaced by the competition. As always, security must be a priority when migrating to the cloud, but network teams are being let down by existing

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  • Where Will Ransomware Go In The Second Half Of 2019?

    Ransomware has been an evolutionary malware family that continues to shift and change over the years. From the first fakeAV, to police ransomware, to the now oft-used crypto-ransomware, this threat just will not go away. Based on the latest trends, we predict this threat will grow in the second half of this year. At

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  • Trend Micro Named Best Company To Work For In Taiwan

    Trend Micro prides itself on caring first about people – both in our external mission and internally with our employees. As this issue is close to the hearts of our executives, we are always very proud to be recognized by related awards. The HR Asia Awards Taiwan recently named Trend Micro as one of their...

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  • This Week in Security News: Malvertising and Internet of Things Malware

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn about a new Internet of Things malware that’s bricked thousands of devices. Also, read about a ransomware family that’s using malvertising to direct victims

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  • AWS re:Inforce 2019 re:Cap

    The inaugural AWS Cloud security conference—AWS re:Inforce—was held in Boston this week. Well over 8,000 attendees descended on the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center for two days jammed packed with security education and cloud content. This was a very interesting conference because the dynamics of the attendees

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  • Three Network Security Questions with CEITEC’s CIO

    Ireneo Demanarig is the Chief Information Officer at CEITEC S.A. located in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. CEITEC is a microelectronics manufacturer that specializes in solutions such as automatic identification (RFID and smartcards), application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) aimed at identifying

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  • This Week in Security News: Cyberespionage Campaigns and Botnet Malware

    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn about a cyberespionage campaign targeting Middle Eastern countries and a botnet malware that infiltrates containers via exposed Docker APIs. Read on: Hackers

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  • Movie Tech Review: Child’s Play 2019

    A while back, Rik & Kasia Ferguson shared their thoughts on the movie, “Unfriended: The Dark Web.” The dark web and technology in general plays a pivotal role in the movie’s plot, so the team decided it would be interesting to have a real-world expert review. Everyone had a lot of fun, and thus

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  • Hackers Are After Your Personal Data – Here’s How to Stop Them

    Our lives are increasingly digital. We shop, socialize, communicate, watch TV and play games — all from the comfort of our desktop, laptop, or mobile device. But to access most of these services we need to hand over some of our personal data. Whether it’s just our name and email address or more sensitive

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