Promoted | In this podcast, host Daniel Robus chats to Trend Micro’s technical lead for sub-Saharan Africa, Emmanuel Tzingakis, and First Distribution GM for cybersecurity Brad Stein about Zero Trust security.
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Promoted | In this podcast, TechCentral is joined by Mannie Tzingakis, technical lead for sub-Saharan Africa at Trend Micro, for a discussion on the trends in the IT security space, especially since the advent of Covid-19.
Promoted | Despite the availability of multinational data centres in South Africa and the pressure to adopt a cloud model, many companies remain concerned about the cybersecurity aspects of making the transition.
In early September, Apple removed several Trend Micro anti-malware tools from the Mac app store after they were found to be collecting unnecessary personal information from users.
Mobile malware capable of locking down smartphones has made its way to smart TVs, a security company has revealed. FLocker (detected as Androidos_flocker.a and short for “Frantic Locker”) was first identified on mobile phones in 2015
During a particularly harsh winter, a group of hacktivists spreads panic by bringing down the US power grid. Millions of homes and businesses are plunged into darkness, communications are cut, banks go offline, hospitals close and air traffic is grounded
South Africans are unwittingly downloading thousands of malicious programs designed to steal financial information, a security company has warned. Trend Micro has reported that the malware
Cybercriminals are launching a digital offensive in South Africa, with attacks largely using phishing tactics, says a technology company. Around 6 185 local PCs were infected with banking malware in 2015
In April, Trend Micro released a research paper about sextortion, the means through which cybercriminals obtain compromising personal images or videos of Internet users, which they then hold hostage until their
Stolen credit card credentials make up the most common method that cyber criminals use to pay for Internet hosting services, says a security company. In order to facilitate the spread of malware online