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Wrightstyle Limited is a leading UK supplier of integrated steel and aluminium glazing systems and exports worldwide. Jane Embury, the company’s commercial director, looks at some notorious prison fires – and the appalling conditions in some facilities today.

UK police are continuing to warn householders about the vulnerability of domestic entrance door locks which burglars can defeat in seconds in order to break in.

They are advising householders to have their locks inspected professionally, especially those found on front and back doors made from PVC-u and composite materials, which form a high proportion of domestic entrance doors in the UK.

Organisations are on high alert for signs of money laundering. Alerts raised in the field or by detection systems need to be investigated in a timely manner to satisfy customer service levels or notify authorities. Action needs to be taken quickly, decisively and by agents with the correct skills and authority.

It is imperatively important to underline the fact that recently published National Military Strategy of the United States of America 2015 outlines global security environment as the most unpredictable. The document foresees current security threats on continental level and highlights the list of countries and regions different from the previous ones.

The Pentagon plans to spend $132 million dollars on credit monitoring for current and former employees who were impacted by the breach of the US Office of Personnel Management. Ken Westin, Security Analyst for Tripwire, Lamar Bailey, leader of Tripwire's Vulnerability and Exposures Research Team (VERT) and Craig Young, Cybersecurity Researcher for Tripwire agree the money would be far better spent on actually fixing the problem instead of credit monitoring.

The White House, Washington

I was in the first company of Marines to enter Baghdad in 2003. As a combat veteran, I know the cost of war. It is something I still carry with me today in the U.S. House of Representatives, where I have the privilege of representing the people of northeast Massachusetts. And I am reminded of it every time the questions of war and peace come before Congress.

Security researcher Graham Cluley has today published a post on ESET’s We Live Security blog which discusses the recent announcement from the British Police that they have arrested six people in connection with distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that attempted to bring down websites belonging to – amongst others – a national newspaper, a school and a number of online retailers.