There are many different factors that can impact a company's overall security posture. Increasing sophistication on the part of cyber criminals, combined with more frequent attacks launched using advanced malware, represent some of the most pervasive drivers of IT security.
Trend Micro is tracking multiple reports of ransomware infections, known as Bad Rabbit, in many countries around the world. A suspected variant of Petya, Bad Rabbit is ransomware—malicious software that infects a computer and restricts user access to the infected machine until a ransom is paid to unlock it. Trend Micro assures its customers that the latest version of of its security products provides effective protection against this ransomware attack.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued a directive earlier this month warning about a hydraulic pump problem concerning the Airbus A350, a popular passenger plane used by major airlines all over the world. Apparently, if left unchecked, the problem could lead to overheating and in certain conditions even an engine explosion. What is the recommended fix? A software update.
In a changing, advanced threat landscape where signature-based technologies and solutions that only look at malware are not a sufficient defense, Trend Micro™ XGen™ security gives you the complete threat security you need to safeguard your users and corporate information.
On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect. The new set of reforms for data protection will be a new and significant milestone that's positioned to urge organizations to reassess their data processing controls—and whether you’re a sole trader undertaking commercial activities or running a small company, you are likely to come under its scope.
With the GDPR right around the corner, it's never been more important to ensure your IT environment is secure and compliant.