Friday, 24. April 2015This Week in Security News
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.
Below you’ll find a quick recap of topics followed by links to news articles and/or our blog posts providing additional insight. Be sure to check back each Friday for highlights of the goings-on each week!
Secure Your Website So Your Customers Don’t Get Mugged
In an interview at the 2015 RSA Conference in San Francisco, our Chief Cybersecurity Officer shared his thoughts on brand protection and website security.
Breaches: How to Protect Your Data
In this video recorded at RSA Conference 2015, Tom Kellermann of Trend Micro discusses how organizations can determine what data is most likely to be targeted and more.
FBI and Trend Micro Partner Discuss Partnering with Law Enforcement to Fight Cybercrime at RSA
The cyber security industry can’t afford to work in silos. And as an industry leader, Trend Micro has a duty not only to protect our customers but to use the huge volume of threat intelligence we generate every day to help police across the globe.
Fake Antivirus Delivered to Users in the US via Fiesta Exploit Kit
The operators of Fiesta exploit kit have switched the payload delivered to users with outdated browser plug-ins from crypto-malware to fake antivirus software.
New Fileless Malware Found in the Wild
Since the discovery of the Poweliks fileless Trojan in August 2014, researchers have been expecting other similar malware to pop up. The wait is over: Phasebot malware, which also has fileless infection as part of its routine, is being sold online.
There’s Still a Huge Market for Your Stolen Data
There’s still a booming demand for stolen customer data on the Deep Web — the dark corners of the Internet where Google’s search algorithms don’t look and you need specially encrypted devices to view results.
Trend Micro Receives Accolade for 15 Years of Excellence in Information Security Testing
We are proud to share with you that Trend Micro has been named an ICSA Labs Excellence in Information Security Testing (EIST) Award recipient.