Internet

Perspective

The power of exponential innovation: 3 qualities of a worthwhile innovation practice

Building a successful innovation program requires flexible boundaries between disciplines, a focus on...

The end of the end-user

For years developers and IT have spoken about the “end user.” However today, with consumers bringing...

Building the skillset of India’s future workforce

Training India’s rural workforce with the skills necessary to compete in a modern economy is a vastly...

4 hurdles to securing the Internet Of Things

Why locking down even the tiniest embedded device is a tall order

GE powers Internet of Agriculture

GE helps grain-equipment company TempuTech put sensors, big-data analysis, and cloud-based reporting...

Monitoring Weather with the Internet of Things

The Internet of Things is helping supply forecasters, meteorologists, and the general public with ever-increasing...

IoT enables Lighting-as-a-Service

Companies such as Philips have found a way to help cities manage the shift to LED lighting by offering...

CIO Life

My personal and professional journey: Kamal Sharma, Group CIO, Mindlance India

Kamal Sharma, Group CIO and SBU Head, Mindlance India recounts his success story and shares his key inspirations...

Webcast Theater

Utilizing Island Hopping in Targeted Attacks
  • 26 September, 2014
  • 3:00 - 4:00

JM Hipolito, Project Lead, TrendLabs

Paul Oliveria, Security Focus Lead, TrendLabs

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Upcoming Webcast

Utilizing Island Hopping in Targeted Attacks

Join Trend Micro for this upcoming webcast as the speakers will discuss how the island hopping technique (aka leapfrogging) allows attackers to move laterally within the target network, and ultimately penetrate other connected systems. Speakers: JM Hipolito, Project Lead , TrendLabs & Paul Oliveria Security Focus Lead , TrendLabs Date & Time: September 26, 2014, 3:00pm India Time