Companies are still wary about sharing breach information, fearing a loss of customer confidence and trust, as well as damage to their reputation, according to a panel of experts.
Corporate networks are no longer the only ones at risk, with cybercriminals also attacking Internet-connected physical infrastructure such as petrol stations and automated vehicular systems, according to Trend Micro Inc.
Frost & Sullivan said its new report on the Asia Pacific APT Solutions Market finds that the market, comprising both on-premises products and cloud-based solutions, earned revenues of US$117.9 million in 2014, and is estimated to reach US$658.7 million in 2019.
With hackers and cybercriminals being almost untraceable these days, securing one’s mobile device and data should be of utmost importance, and only the user can make sure this happens.
In 2014, and increasingly moving forward into 2015, corporate data is now a huge gold-mine that cybercriminals are looking to harvest, according to Trend Micro Inc’s Targeted Attack Trends 2014 Annual Report.
Expect at least two major data breach incidents to occur every month in 2015 Corporate BYOD policies must be ‘living documents’ to accommodate rapid changes
Targeted attacks will become rampant in more countries as hackers have found success targeting victims around the world, according to Trend Micro Inc in the most recent edition of its annual security predictions report, 'Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2015 and Beyond: The Invisible Becomes Visible.'
As social media is now a common destination for mobile users, it has also become one of the favourite attack hotspots for cybercriminals, Trend Micro said.
Trend Micro Inc has launched a security solution available that offers protection from cyber-threats for PC, Macintosh, Android and iOS platforms to protect consumers from the perils of Internet across multiple devices anytime, anywhere.
Trend Micro Inc, which last year announced it was collaborating with Interpol, has now announced a three-year agreement to help support the international police organisation and its 190 member countries with additional knowledge, resources and tactics to decrease cybercrime on a global scale.