Trend Micro: Cloud demands new security model

Brian Bloom is a staff writer at ComputerWorld Canada. You can find him on Google+.  He covers enterprise hardware and software, information architecture and security topics.In the emerging world of virtualized and cloud

Published on: April 17th, 2012 brian bloom

Trend Micro CTO talks Amazon outage, PlayStation hack

Just putting your app into a public cloud without rethinking how it works can open chief information officers up to disastrous consequences, according to Trend Micro Inc. chief technology officer Raimund Genes.Speaking at a Trend Micro

Published on: May 4th, 2011 Rafael Ruffolo

Entrust launches managed security service

Entrust Inc., the Dallas-based security vendor spun off from Toronto-based Nortel Networks Corp., announced Tuesday a managed e-mail security service that uses digital certificates.Entrust Secure E-mail Certificates is available now and works with

Published on: August 17th, 2010 Greg Meckbach

REVIEW: Trend Micro Internet Security Pro

As one of the more expensive suites on the market, Trend Micro Internet Security Pro has to meet some high expectations.And in many ways it does: Trend Micro Internet Security Pro is one

Published on: July 30th, 2010 frank j. ohlhorst

Trend Micro pushes into virtual desktop security

Trend Micro Monday is announcing an updated endpoint security product designed to go beyond protecting Windows environments to safeguard virtualized desktops based on Citrix XenDesktop and VMware View.OfficeScan 10.5, which also adds support for Windows

Published on: June 7th, 2010 Ellen Messmer

How Trend Micro addresses cloud security

When Trend Micro Inc. (OTC:TMICY) acquired Canadian intrusion prevention systems vendor Third Brigade nearly a year ago, the Tokyo security vendor kept 50 employees from Third Brigade’s Ottawa headquarters.Among those who stayed on were

Published on: February 4th, 2010 Greg Meckbach

Microsoft, Symantec, CA, 19 others sued for patent infringement

Twenty-two major software and security companies are being sued for alleged patent infringement by a little-known entity now controlling the two patents in question. Information Protection and Authentication of Texas (IPAT) filed suit

Published on: January 8th, 2009 Jeremy Kirk

Patents for the blindingly obvious

Intellectual property, or IP, in the form of patents is, in theory, how we reward those who break new ground, explore strange new technologies, geek out new algorithms and new gadgets, and boldly

Published on: February 18th, 2008 Mark Gibbs

BSA formed as new body for Australia

The Business Software Association (BSA) of Australia has restructured its operations, changed its name, and extended its membership to become fully integrated with the BSA globally. The BSA offers legal assistance to software

Published on: April 19th, 2007 Sandra Rossi