Last month, an article in Dark Reading by Robert Lemos asked it it was “Time To Dump Antivirus As Endpoint Protection?”. It referenced a recent Google research paper that outlined their new reputation technology called CAMP (short for Content-Agnostic Malware Protection), which they claim protects against 98.6% of malware downloaded via their Chrome browser, as opposed to the 25 percent detected by the best performing antivirus engine they tested. Watch Raimund Genes, CTO of Trend Micro, viewpoint on this subject.
In this third and final part of a series of videos from TrendLabs, Raimund Genes (CTO – Trend Micro) and Myla Pilao (Marketing Director – TrendLabs) discuss his insights on the growing complexity of managing multiple devices, platforms and accounts, as well as on “the Internet of things”. He also provides a single tip end-users should do for the coming year.
Raimund Genes (CTO – Trend Micro) explains why Africa will be the next safe harbor for cybercriminals, how law enforcement will respond to cybercriminals in the coming years, and why data breaches and politically motivated attacks continue, if not become more destructive, in the second part of his interview with Myla Pilao (Marketing Director – TrendLabs) during his recent trip to TrendLabs.
Following his initial readout of his 2013 threat predictions, Raimund Genes (CTO – Trend Micro) sits down with Myla Pilao (Marketing Director – TrendLabs) to share his insights on the expanding divergence in users’ computing experience and to discuss in detail three important forecasts on the threat landscape, mobile platforms, and Windows 8.