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In response to the news that Lizard Squad have apparently hacked the Twitter account of Taylor Swift, Tim Erlin, director of security and risk Tripwire, says:

 

Senior level Security Representatives will gather at the East Africa Energy Infrastructure Security 2015 Forum on 4-5 February to discuss the most pressing security concerns affecting the sector in Africa’s Eastern region. Cooperation with local communities, security of teams and assets, pipeline sabotage prevention, terrorism, maritime security and latest security technology, will be some of the topics covered at this Forum next week.

Clavister has announced the launch of its new Clavister W20 firewall appliance. The new product is the cost-efficient, entry-level appliance in the Clavister Wolf Series, a set of next-generation firewalls designed for enterprises and data centers requiring high performance, excellent scalability and robust functionality.

Tinubu Square, the trusted source of credit risk solutions for trade credit insurers and businesses, has announced that the Tinubu RMC SaaS (Risk Management Center) platform is being deployed by Janson Computers plc, trading as Computers Unlimited, the pan-European distributor of computer, home entertainment and hi-tech products, to manage limits on trade credit facilities and automate its credit arrangements with customers.

Octavian Security has kicked off its ambitious 2015 growth plans by launching a new South African office. The move now sees Octavian hold a presence in three continents across the globe.

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Photo: MoD

SOURCE: MoD

Photo: MoD

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has awarded a £50m contract to BAE Systems to support the British Army’s armoured tracked vehicle fleet, safeguarding 100 jobs, Vigilance can report.

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Passwords have been present in information technology since the earliest days. However in the past few years’ hackers have developed password cracking tools which are powerful enough to crack common passwords in minutes. Today, eight-character passwords can be cracked by consumer password recovery software in under an hour, and more experienced hackers armed with rainbow tables and other free tools can crack 14-character passwords – including alpha-numeric passwords with special characters – in less than three minutes. This makes it imperative for technology users to adopt longer, stronger passwords.