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2016 Trend Micro Security Predictions: The Fine Line


A Rising Tide: New Hacks Threaten Public Technologies


Bad Ads and Zero Days: Reemerging Threats Challenge Trust in Supply Chains and Best Practices


A year of destructive cyber attacks highlights the need for cyber-preparedness

TrendLabs 3Q 2014 Security Roundup: Vulnerabilities Under Attack

The Invisible Becomes Visible: Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2015 and Beyond

TrendLabs 2Q 2014 Security Roundup: Turning the Tables on Cyber Attacks

TrendLabs 1Q 2014 Security Roundup: Cybercrime Hits the Unexpected


Targeted Attack Trends: 2H 2013 Report

TrendLabs 2013 Annual Security Roundup: Cashing in on Digital Information

Good old-fashioned stick-’em-up bank heists have seemingly been pushed to the curb by digital heists in 2013.

Cybercriminals who used sophisticated techniques to get hold of credit card numbers, bank accounts, and even personally identifiable information (PII) in a matter of minutes have taken the place of traditional thieves. Information is, after all, the new currency. And with it on hand, cybercriminals can hold victims at their mercy, which should make us all realise that we stand to lose more than we think.

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Blurring Boundaries: Trend Micro Predictions for 2014 and Beyond

Cybercriminals and attackers will use mobile devices as well as reliable exploits to gain entry to systems. While “wearable” technologies start to gain traction, attacks to these technologies/devices will be minimal and will only be for research. Businesses and end-users alike will have to battle threats to mobile banking, as well as ensuring that their online privacy is intact.

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TrendLabs 3Q 2013 Security Roundup: The Invisible Web Unmasked

News about cybercrime circulated in recent months. The takedown of Liberty Reserve, an illegal digital currency system, and the recent seizure of the online black market, Silk Road, were among the many incidents this quarter that triggered greater public awareness of online threats. The arrest of the alleged Blackhole Exploit Kit creator in October also proved that cybercrime is indeed a business that thrives right under our noses.

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TrendLabs 2Q 2013 Security Roundup: Mobile Threats Go Full Throttle

Device Flaws Lead to Risky Trail

The TrendLabs 2012 Annual Security Roundup showed that the past year ushered in the post-PC era as cybercriminals embraced mobile malware use. Mobile malware remained a big problem for users this quarter though the main concern went beyond their sheer number. The discovery of OBAD malware and the “master key” vulnerability highlighted cybercriminals’ ability to find ways to exploit flaws in the Android™ ecosystem. We noted that these incidents were designed to bypass security measures and serve as other means for cybercriminals to gain control over devices.

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TrendLabs 1Q 2013 Security Roundup: Zero-Days Hit Users Hard at the Start of the Year


TrendLabs 2012 Annual Security Roundup: Evolved Threats in a “Post-PC” World


TrendLabs 2012 Mobile Threat and Security Roundup: Repeating History


3Q 2012 Security Roundup: Android Under Siege: Popularity Comes at a Price


2Q 2012 Security Roundup: It's Big Business... and It's Getting Personal


1Q 2012 Security Roundup: Security in the Age of Mobility


A Look Back at 2011: Information Is Currency


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5 Predictions for 2013 and Beyond: What Should SMBs Look Out For?


Security Threats to Business, the Digital Lifestyle, and the Cloud: Trend Micro Predictions for 2013 and Beyond


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