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Posts Tagged ‘Trend Micro’

2014 Set To Be Riskiest Year Yet for IT Security

Trend Micro claims some 500 billion data records could be exposed next year and insists the stakes have never been higher in security.

8 Solid Mobile Security Solutions for the BYOD Age

Need to feel more secure with your mobile employees? These software downloads, available for businesses and personal use, can help keep your business safe and your employees active.

Fancy Seeing You Here! Kaspersky and Trend Move Into Same HQ

In an odd development, bitter security foes Kaspersky and Trend Micro have selected the same building to house their new UK head offices.

LogRhythm Introduces Nancy Reynolds as Channel Chief

Growing SIEM player LogRhythm takes a big step in its move towards the channel with the hiring of former Kaspersky and Trend channel executive

McAfee Labs: More Android Malware

McAfee Labs is the latest in a growing number of security vendors reporting a sharp uptick in the amount of malware available on the Android mobile platform

Trend Micro: Android Malware Rates Continue to Swell

Research from Trend Micro shows that the number of malicious apps available for Android jumped 40 percent in the second quarter of 2013.

Trend Micro Targets Midmarket Cloud, Data Center Opportunity

Security vendor Trend Micro reaching out to new types of partners to make security a key part of cloud infrastructure sales.

Security Software Spending Surges

A Gartner report finds security software spending increased 7.9 percent in 2012, buoying the fortunes of Symantec, McAfee and other vendors. SMBs, in particular, contributed to this growth and reflect the strength of the channel.

BYOD Drives Up Security Software Spend

Gartner claims the market grew 7.8 percent annually in 2012 and is benefiting from a rise in mid-market demand.

McAfee Rolls MDM Into ePO

McAfee is raising its prowess in the MDM space after integrating its Enterprise Mobility Management solution with its ePolicy Orchestrator platform — showing it wants to stay even with competitors making bigger strides in mobile security arenas.