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The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and its Information Destruction section have released the publication of a white paper to be used by public sector entities.

New York Magazine has suffered a likely DDoS attack which knocked the publication offline for several hours. The attacker, who goes by ThreatKing, claims he went after the site because he “hates New York”; however, the timing of the attack with the release of a cover story featuring 35 victims of Bill Cosby certainly raises questions about the motive.

LONDON, UK: AlienVault announced the general availability of an updated version of Open Threat Exchange (OTX), its open threat intelligence community that enables collaborative defense with actionable, community-powered threat data.

PHOENIX: BeyondTrust has announced the release of PowerBroker for Mac to address security and compliance concerns among the increasing share of Apple desktops in the enterprise. PowerBroker for Mac is the first solution made commercially available to establish and enforce least privilege on the OS X platform. With the addition of PowerBroker for Mac, BeyondTrust is the first security solutions provider to offer privileged account management solutions for Unix, Linux, Windows and OS X platforms in the enterprise.

OTTAWA, ONTARIO: March Networks has launched a new version of its industry-first GURU Smartphone Application. GURU 2.0 features a completely redesigned, workflow-based interface to help systems integrators and technicians find the information they need faster than ever. The app also includes new support capabilities, including new software video tutorials and a smart symptom filtering feature that speeds recorder troubleshooting.

The steely strength of the Antique Arms & Armour market at Bonhams was in evidence again this week with a sale just short of £1m in which 91 per cent of items sold in strong bidding.

New analyst report identifies adoption of cloud-based services is a one way express train in favour of adoption, but challenges lie ahead

· Number of businesses classifying themselves as ‘enthusiasts’ of cloud-based services has doubled in two years whereas those actively avoiding them has dropped by almost two thirds

· Confidence varies sharply with avoiders being the most likely to be very confident about their data security

· Views on IT security measures vary widely - enthusiasts view IT security as a key enabler; avoiders consider it an effective way to minimise use of cloud-based services.

LONDON, UK: Digital Guardian has announced the publication of ‘From No to Know’ - a new report by analyst firm Quocirca. The report highlights that for many organisations holding back the tide of cloud-based services adoption is almost impossible as the use cases are overwhelming. These include on-tap infrastructure, support for live-in-the-cloud business processes and the outsourcing of utility applications to third party specialists. The study also reveals that the challenge for many UK organisations will be not whether to accept cloud-based services but how well prepared they are for their