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Ian Kilpatrick, chairman Wick Hill Group, specialists in secure IP infrastructure solutions, looks at the risks involved with mobile devices and how to secure them.

Maidstone, Kent: Complete security services provider, SecureData is proud and pleased to announce its acquisition of 25% of ordinary stock of Paterva (Pty) Ltd, the South African registered maker of the Maltego software suite.

United Kingdom, London: ExtraHop has announced that Basefarm has gained unprecedented visibility into its critical infrastructure. With ExtraHop, Basefarm is able to better understand how the relationships between its network, front-end and back-end applications can lead to latency and more importantly it has helped to proactively solve issues before impact service delivery.

Skyguard- Europe’s premier personal safety service, are providing Brent Council’s frontline lone working staff with 24 hour backup and assistance. The Council’s employees can raise the alarm anytime via the use of Skyguard’s ACPO accredited MySOS personal safety device – giving them a simple yet effective way to call for help in any emergency situation.

Summary: Survey of 1,000 people in the UK and 1,000 in Germany, comparing their attitudes to mobile privacy. Key stats include:

88% of UK workers believe their calls and texts are being listened to, versus 72% of Germans

A third of Germans (33%) are willing to exchange cash for privacy versus almost a quarter of Brits (23%)

UK citizens are Concerned by Privacy Erosion, Nearly Quarter Willing to Pay to Prevent Eavesdroppers

In Europe, Germans are the biggest purveyors of privacy tools/services

Following the news that Community Health Systems has suffered a data breach, affecting 4.5 million people - http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/08/18/us-community-health-cybersecurity-idUSKBN0GI16N20140818 - Lamar Bailey, director security R&D at Tripwire and Jonathan French, security analyst at AppRiver explain why this is the worst type of breach:

Photo: (l-r) Simon Cooke (UCL’s Fire Safety Manager) and Keith Todd (UCL’s Fire Safety Officer) holding their NSI Certificate of Approval. Pic Source: nsi.org.uk

Photo: (l-r) Simon Cooke (UCL’s Fire Safety Manager) and Keith Todd (UCL’s Fire Safety Officer) holding their NSI Certificate of Approval.

UCL (University College London) becomes first academic institution to undertake in-house life safety fire risk assessments underpinned by third party certification, Vigilance can report.

UCL has broken new ground by becoming the first University to be third party certificated to carry out Life Safety Fire Risk Assessments through the UK’s leading fire and security Certification Body, NSI.