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Woking, Surrey: "An acceptance that security will be breached in most organisations will mean some change of focus at this year's Infosecurity Europe exhibition," said Ian Kilpatrick, chairman of Wick Hill Group, security specialist and long time exhibitor at the show.

Researchers at Context Information Security have demonstrated how easy it is to monitor and record Bluetooth Low Energy signals transmitted by many mobile phones, wearable devices and iBeacons, including the iPhone and leading fitness monitors, raising concerns about privacy and confidentiality. The researchers have even developed an Android app that scans, detects and logs wearable devices.

This week, CareFirst became the third major health insurance company in the USA to disclose a data breach which potentially compromised customer information. It's been reported that the attack could affect as many as 1.1 million of its customers but, according to CareFirst, the hackers did not gain access to sensitive financial or medical information such as social security numbers, credit card information or medical claims. They did, however, have access to names, email addresses and dates of birth. The company said the breach happened last June and described it as 'sophisticated'.

Gavin Reid, VP of threat intelligence at Lancope and Mark Bower, VP at HP Security Voltage comment:

London UK: Cryptzone has announced the details of its revamped EMEA channel partner program as the demand for cybersecurity solutions in the region grows. Cecile Boyer will drive the program as Cryptzone’s recently appointed Channel and Business Development Director for EMEA.

Members of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) are looking forward to showcasing the very latest in innovative security technology to an impressive audience of international buyers and specifiers, as IFSEC International makes its return to London on 16th – 18th June.

In recent news, hackers made a huge video billboard in Atlanta display an obscene image. The attackers are believed to have been able to take over the billboard because it used an easy-to-guess password on its net-connected remote administration system.

eCSI security expert Márton Illés, Product Evangelist, BalaBit writes: "The security versus usability debates continues: the LogJam bug underscores the dilemma of vendors on fixing the problem without breaking access to thousands of websites. There are some interesting lessons to be learned from this: