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In the great debate on Scottish independence, little has been said by either side as to how a ‘yes’ vote would impact on all aspects of law and order North of the border. The ramifications would be significant yet the lack of discussion is likely to be due to sheer ineptitude on the part of the ‘better together’ campaign and shrewd campaigning by Alex Salmond and his cohorts who would rather the subject remain off the agenda.

Charlotte Hanson interviews Ralf Gladis, CEO of Computop on Apple Pay. Questions whose answers are attempted in the interview are as below. Happy reading:

· Apple Pay – what it is?

· How innovative is it?

· How secure it is – especially in light of the photo/iCloud stories recently and what security technologies is it based on?

· How it will work for merchants? The cost to business and the payment industry?

It was reported that a database containing usernames and passwords for almost five million Google accounts emerged on a Russian forum. Google themselves blogged yesterday to say that less than 2% of the username and password combinations might have worked, and their automated anti-hijacking systems would have blocked many of those login attempts. Commenting on this, Lancope CTO, TK Keanini, said:

Introduction

For the interest of the uninitiated and to further appreciate the subject, a definition and brief introduction suffices. Simply put, a foundry is an industrial unit where metal castings are produced, usually in large quantities. The process basically involves casting metals into desired shapes by melting them in a furnace (generally at very high temperatures) and by pouring the metal into a mold and removing the mold material or casting after the metal must have solidified as it cools. Two major types of foundries are: jobbing foundry and captive foundry. The first is a foundry that creates a wide variety of castings, in small quantities for a range of customers. The second type i.e. captive foundry is a foundry that that is wholly incorporated into a larger manufacturing operation. Captive foundry only produces castings for the operation that it is a part of. Commonly processed metals include: aluminum, cast iron, bronze, brass, steel, magnesium, zinc etc.

SEATTLE, WA: ExtraHop Networks has announced the ExtraHop Healthcare Edition, the first and only IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) solution with the ability to provide heterogeneous, real-time visibility into all HL7 transactions within a healthcare environment. Healthcare IT and business leaders can now proactively discover and map HL7 communications across interfaces, analyze the performance and effectiveness of clinical workflows, and derive a wide range of valuable operational and business insights. This capability, combined with ExtraHop’s market leading cross-tier application performance, availability, and security monitoring makes the new Healthcare Edition the most comprehensive solution for Health IT on the market.

Google has recently announced that it will beginning penalising sites that use SHA1 certificates that expire during 2016 and after . This is a huge policy change and needs immediate action from businesses, especially when you consider that in September 2014, only 15% of sites use SHA256 certificates.

Operators in North America, Europe and APAC turn to Openwave Mobility to improve peak RAN capacity by over 20%

REDWOOD CITY, Calif.: Openwave Mobility, a software innovator enabling operators to manage and monetize mobile data, has announced that a recent deployment in the public cloud for a prominent North American service provider continues to demonstrate significant customer momentum. In total there has been seven new global customer wins in as many months. Openwave Mobility has also been selected as a preferred global vendor for a Europe-based Tier 1 telecom operator earlier in the summer.