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Vigilance can report that the UK has re-affirmed its support to Gibraltar with a package of new measures including a runway upgrade and stronger recognition for troops serving in the territory, the Defence Secretary has said.

The Defence Secretary has praised the professionalism and expertise of military and civilian personnel preparing to sail with Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship RFA Argus to Sierra Leone as part of the UK’s leading role in response to the Ebola outbreak.

SAN JOSE, Calif.: A10 Networks says UK Broadband has deployed A10 Networks technology to provide advanced Carrier Grade Network Address Translation (CGNAT) to help consumers avoid inconvenient IP device connection issues for its new LTE mobile broadband service.

SAN DIEGO, Calif.: Cubic Advanced Learning Solutions, a subsidiary of Cubic Corporation has joined the EDGE® Innovation Network, a collaborative, open-environment initiative enabling industry and academia, with government input, to work together to enhance the delivery cycle of new technologies and innovative capabilities to military personnel, law enforcement and first responders.

OXFORD, UK: Sophos has announced additions to its range of SG Series firewall/UTM appliances, WiFi access points, and the availability of Sophos iView, a new dedicated virtual reporting appliance. By extending its Network Security portfolio with new entry-level and enterprise class appliances, Sophos now provides businesses of any size and the channel partners that serve them with the flexibility to consolidate their security with a complete proven solution set.

Netwrix has announced the release of Netwrix Auditor 6.5, providing comprehensive monitoring and auditing capabilities to streamline compliance, strengthen security and simplify root cause analysis across the entire IT infrastructure, including file servers and shares. Delivering complete visibility into who changed what, when and where, along with before and after values of any modification, Netwrix Auditor 6.5 transforms complicated audit logs into human-readable audit trails.

When Symantec, one of the grand old dames of security, decided to split itself into two separate companies last week, it raised questions about the entire security market. It seems that Symantec is separating security (Symantec) from information management (Veritas, which it bought for $13.5 billion in 2005) because neither is currently showing any growth. Symantec's security division revenue is down 0.3% year on year.