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London, UK: NuData Security announced that Randy Lukashuk has been appointed to the new role of principal product architect and that Jon Cunningham has been named the director of customer development. Both will report directly to Christopher Bailey, NuData’s chief technical officer. The moves reflect NuData’s strategic growth in its product and customer development teams in response to high customer demand and customer focus values.

Paris: DCI is offering a new diversified range of innovative training courses adapted to the needs of countries friendly with France. Training is based on the expertise, equipment and know-how acquired by the French Army during recent operations in Afghanistan and Africa, which guarantees training at the highest level.

Paris: DCI has completely refurbished the infrastructure of the Draguignan International Training Centre, which was integrated into the Military Schools of Draguignan in November 2013, in order to expand its capacities.

The European Fencing Industry Association (EFIA) has launched a new and unique guide to cyber security, providing its members with free cyber security advice, in addition to guidance on the dangers of internet crime. EFIA Chairman, Bernard KilBride, who has recently completed a BSc degree in computer security, says ‘there has never been a worse time to be connected and unprotected’, with the UK fencing industry a surprisingly vulnerable sector, given their involvement in their clients’ own security requirements.

Zurich and Geneva: Interoute has announced that the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority has once again awarded the FINMA certification to Interoute Colocation Data Centres in Geneva and Zurich. Interoute’s Swiss Colocation Data Centre services have successfully and continuously achieved FINMA certification since 2012. The certification demonstrates that Interoute’s colocation services meet the highest standards of security and privacy for financial institutions operating in the country.

London: The managed services market is characterised by a rapid pace of change; profitability is based on scale, and the number of mergers and acquisitions is rising as companies seek to expand to meet rising demand. These are some of the conclusions drawn from Managed Service Providers in Europe - the Top 1000 the latest database report from IT Europa which is published today.

 

NATO announced yesterday that it is now officially recognising cyberspace as a frontier for war, in addition to the traditional sites of battle including land and sea. The declaration was made following a meeting for NATO's defence ministers on Tuesday, with Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg stating that it has become clear that dangerous attacks can be launched on the internet and among computer networks just as easily as they can on the battlefield.