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  • Channel Daily News
    Apr 29, 2022

    Global cybersecurity provider Trend Micro has announced the launch of Trend Micro One, a unified cybersecurity platform with a growing list of ecosystem technology partners that enables customers to better understand, communicate, and lower their cyber risk. The unified security platform approach delivers a continuous lifecycle of risk and threat assessment with attack surface discovery, cyber risk analysis, and threat mitigation and response.

  • ChannelBuzz.ca
    Apr 25, 2022

    Cybersecurity vendor Trend Micro announced the launch of Trend Micro One a unified platform that consolidates Trend Micro’s existing platforms, and brings them together with third-party vendors. Wendy Moore, Vice President of Product Marketing at Trend Micro Trend Micro One is a platform that gives a complete view of risk posture provides a wealth of information with which companies can build services for customers to grow their own revenue.

  • ITBusiness.ca
    Apr 11, 2022

    There’s a new reason why Java application developers using the Spring Framework have to patch it as soon as possible. According to researchers at Trend Micro, unpatched versions of the framework are being exploited to force servers to join the Mirai botnet. That botnet is used to spread denial of service attacks. The two vulnerabilities, dubbed SpringShell or Spring4Shell by some, allow an attacker to get remote access to a Spring local or cloud server. Developers are urged to install upgrades to Spring Framework and Spring Boot. They should also look for signs that their Spring environment has been compromised.

  • Canadian Security
    Apr 11, 2022

    Canadian Security recently spoke with Greg Young, Trend Micro’s VP of cybersecurity, following the company’s release of its annual security roundup report. Trend Micro found that public sectors like education, healthcare and finance remain the most vulnerable to email phishing tactics. Young discussed how email threats are changing and why these sectors are easy prey for scammers.

  • Entrepreneur.ca
    Apr 8, 2022

    Researchers at Trend Micro now say that hackers have developed a weaponized exploit that successfully installs Mirai. A blog post they published didn’t identify the type of device or the CPU used in the infected devices. The post did, however, say a malware file server they found stored multiple variants of the malware for different CPU architectures.