We're Ready for Windows 8 and We've Got Some Great New Apps!

If you're considering upgrading to Windows 8, Trend Micro has you covered. Our Titanium 2013 security is compatible with Windows 8, so you can fearlessly experience all that Windows 8 has to offer. We have also developed some new Windows 8 apps. If you haven't yet done your free upgrade from Titanium 2012 to Titanium 2013, now's the time so you can enjoy the all the enhancements along with these new Windows 8 apps. Read more >


Don't Fall for Election Year Scams

Now that the presidential election is in full swing, you've probably heard a lot about the two candidates' proposals to help the middle class and improve the health of the economy. Now ask yourself this: in any of these discussions, has anyone mentioned a federal program to subsidize people's utility bills? Read more >


October Is National Cyber Security Awareness Month

When you think about exciting things that happen in October, Halloween might be the first event that leaps to mind. But it's not the only one. The cyber security community is working all month to raise awareness around online safety as part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). Read more >


Steer Clear of Online Halloween Scams

While many people approach Halloween expecting to be frightened and surprised, there's one area where surprises aren't ever welcome—and that's your computer.

This Halloween season, protect your online identity and save the tricks and treats for the real world. Here's how. Read more >

Mythbusting about Mac Computers' Security

See why Mac computers are not as safe and secure as they used to be.
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Are You Revealing Too Much on Social Networks?

While you're busy sharing your opinions, likes, and dislikes on social networks, are you also revealing information about yourself that unscrupulous people might use to their advantage? Think about how often you've revealed your birthday, your pet's name, or other clues that intrepid fraudsters might use to hack your passwords and steal your identify. Read the full story and check out our nifty new infographic, which shows how the information you share can be used against you.