Trend Micro predicted that ransomware groups will increasingly target Linux servers and embedded systems over the coming years. It recorded a double-digit year-on-year (YoY) increase in attacks on these systems in 1H 2022.
Ransomware attacks on Linux servers are increasing, IT administrators have been warned. The alert comes in the midyear threat analysis roundup from researchers at Trend Micro. A new ransomware variant dubbed Cheerscrypt has been detected that targets VMware ESXi servers. That’s helped the 75 per cent increase in attacks on Linux systems in the first half of the year.
Kids will be going back to school in a few days. Parents who want to talk to their children about cyber hygiene now can take advantage of a website set up by Trend Micro to get advice on how to have an ongoing conversation about security. And youngsters can learn a few things online by going to the Cyber Academy for interactive lessons.
As businesses across sectors continue their digital transformation and cloud migration journey, Trend Micro found that in Canada, phishing and malware evolved as the most common types of cyber attack, with over 1.2 million threats detected in 2021. Even though compared to global statistics Canada has shown a stronger cybersecurity framework, as cyber attacks get more targeted, Canadian organizations will have to ensure there are no gaps in their security strategies. In an interview with Addictive Tips, VP Cybersecurity at Trend Micro Greg Young speaks to the different types of data breaches that exist and shares how organizations and individuals can protect themselves from these threats.
After years of leadership in the fast-growing global market for cloud security, Trend Micro has announced its new deployment models and services for Trend Micro Cloud One. In an interview with Channel Buzz, Technical Director for Trend Micro in Canada, Antoine Saikaley shared insights on how the platform’s new features are based on client feedback, pointing out the system is fully hosted in Canada for Canadian customers.