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CCTV users are increasingly seeking to fulfil their surveillance needs in a way that minimises the associated costs and disruption of installing equipment in challenging urban or rural environments.

Revader Security recognises these concerns and has developed a rugged, cost-effective mobile CCTV tower to complement the company's range of high performance redeployable surveillance products.

GATESHEAD (UK) and PRAGUE (CZECH REPUBLIC): Aspire Technology Solutions has deployed its anti-DDoS intelligence to defend customers from large-scale volumetric attacks. Thanks to Flowmon, Aspire reduced the attack mitigation time from one hour to 30 seconds.

COPENHAGEN, Denmark: Motorola Solutions launches DIMETRA Express, an expandable single-site TETRA digital radio system that can be deployed within 15 minutes, at Critical Communications Europe in Copenhagen, Denmark.

WAKEFIELD, MA and MAIDENHEAD, UK: SDL has announced the latest release of SDL Trados GroupShare 2017, giving project managers a wealth of new features to enhance the way they work and manage localization projects. The new version provides best-in-class collaboration tools to reduce translation professionals’ workloads, while empowering localization teams to work faster and smarter.

London: Mitek has launched in the UK with a new office established in London. The US-based company works with over 5,500 organisations providing its technology to 70 million consumers across the globe. Mitek provides financial institutions and other highly regulated businesses with mobile verification technology underpinned by artificial intelligence (AI) that establishes an individual’s identity remotely to accelerate the digitisation of Know Your Customer (KYC) and Customer Due Diligence (CDD) processes around on boarding and payments.

The Silicon Review has named Aspect in its annual list of the “50 Fastest Growing Tech Companies.” It states that in recognition of this award, Aspect’s products and services are valued, innovative and established in the IT marketplace.

The Austrian parliament’s website was down for 20 minutes in a suspected DDoS attack earlier this week . The Austrian parliament have since stated that a Turkish hackers’ group have claimed responsibility for the attack, with relations between Austria and Turkey having soured since last year. A similar attack took place on the Foreign Affairs and Defence Ministries websites last November. Stephen Gates, Chief Research Intelligence Analyst at NSFOCUS IB, comments: