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London: Those who come in through the back door often have something to hide - and this also applies to the IT scene. For example, data spies can use back doors in token-based authentication solutions to steal information about companies. The company SecurEnvoy will be explaining how businesses can protect themselves from such prying eyes on stand H10 at Infosecurity Europe (29 April to 1 May, London). In a keynote entitled “Revolutionising 2FA to enhance the user experience", Andrew Kemshall and Phil Underwood will look at the two-factor authentication solutions available on the market. They will also discuss security aspects relating to seed records, which are specific algorithms used to create passcodes for user identification.

London, UK: Becrypt will be demonstrating tVolution Mini, the latest addition to its range of innovative secure mobility solutions at InfoSec Europe. tVolution Mini is a secure miniature computer the size of a credit card which plugs directly into the HDMI port of a monitor or TV and, along with a keyboard, mouse and wireless internet access, enables user-friendly fully-managed secure remote access to a corporate network at an incredibly low cost. tVolution Mini is suitable for use by security conscious organisations across all industry sectors that need to provide mobile workers with a highly portable secure end point, while avoiding the expense and overhead of a fully-loaded laptop. This includes central and local government and other public sector organisations that need to access OFFICIAL tier information - one of the three levels of the new UK Government Security Classifications (GSC) policy which replaces the former government protective marking scheme.

London: The existence of Heartbleed, a vulnerability in the OpenSSL open source software, was recently announced. The OpenSSL encryption tool is used worldwide on countless websites, which means the loophole can be used by hackers to access data stored on computers, such as passwords, certificates, etc., even if the websites utilise encryption with the https protocol. But unauthorised access via stolen user identities is prevented by the tokenless two-factor authentication procedure from the developer SecurEnvoy. None of the solutions from this manufacturer have such security vulnerabilities, as they do not make use of OpenSSL.

Basingstoke:  Barracuda Networks, Inc. has announced that it will offer advanced application security on Barracuda Load Balancer ADC models 540 and above at no additional cost. This move signifies a new approach in the application delivery market, making advanced security available to organisations at an affordable cost.

CNL Software has partnered for an iconic security management project with Tyco Fire & Security UAE, who specialize in turnkey solutions including design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of Fire Protection and Fire Detection Systems, as well as state-of-the-art Security and Integrated Telecommunication Solutions.

Check Point has announced that its network security products offer multiple protections against the Heartbleed vulnerability, ensuring the security of customers’ clients, servers and the integrity of their network data.

SAN DIEGO, Calif.: Cubic Corporation has introduced its new corporate brand identity. The name Cubic (mathematical cube of a number) and associated Cube with the Western Hemisphere globe inside was chosen by Cubic founder, Walter J. Zable to demonstrate the company’s worldwide engineering capabilities. This rich heritage of providing engineering solutions with services worldwide continues.