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At the E-Crime & Cyber security Congress, Trend Micro will quicken digital transformation initiatives in the United Arab Emirates.

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Trend Micro Maximum Security | Organizations in the nation will benefit from the company’s support as they advance into the next phases of cryptocurrencies, AR/VR, the metaverse, and beyond.

UAE’s Abu Dhabi: A worldwide pioneer in cybersecurity solutions, Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), is poised to push the trend toward greater adoption of cutting-edge security technologies and tactics to address the most difficult issues of the coming digital era.

The St. Regis in Abu Dhabi is where the 12th Annual e-Crime & Cybersecurity Congress will be held on September 21.

Under the banner of “Securing Future Tech,” Trend Micro, a major sponsor, will showcase current cybersecurity issues and solutions in cryptocurrencies, augmented reality/virtual reality, the metaverse, and Web 3.

From 12:10 to 12:30 p.m., Bilal Baig, Technical Director, Trend Micro MEA, will moderate a lively discussion titled “What the “Hack” is going on?He will outline the difficulties brought on by the pandemic and talk about how to prepare for cyber security projections in 2022 and adjust to the shifting nature of the threat environment.

Majd Sinan, Country Manager, UAE, Trend Micro, stated that “the new digital era is fast growing and expanding, leading to foreign territory that will require future-proof strategies and solutions that can establish a secure environment for work and communication.”

“At the Congress, we look forward to sharing cutting-edge knowledge and solutions that will support the communities and organisations in the UAE on their digital transformation journeys. With our multilayered and strong cybersecurity solutions, Trend Micro stays dedicated to improving experiences in Web3, the metaverse, and more in order to secure tomorrow’s digital aspirations.

Cybersecurity Threats Against the Internet of Experience, a new Trend Micro paper, details danger forecasts for a physical and digital environment that are fast developing.

The paper outlines the dangers associated with NFTs, the “darkverse,” which is akin to the Dark Web, financial fraud, social engineering—human interactions intended to deceive users—and much more. These new digital interactions can be riskier than first thought if security measures aren’t improved and technological and social precautions aren’t included.

In the first half of 2022, Trend Micro solutions stopped and discovered almost 59 million threats, according to the Trend Micro Mid-Year Cybersecurity Report 2022. Due to the broad use of new technology suited for the remote work paradigm and evolving digital environments, organisations throughout the area have experienced a considerable increase in cyber risks throughout the epidemic and beyond.

Such occasions offer a priceless chance to increase cyber security awareness, improving the nation’s security posture and enabling businesses to prosper in the new digital era.

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