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Email is a critical business tool. Without access to email for even a few hours, a company’s productivity is severely hampered. Although email is essential for productivity, if it is not properly managed, it can also cause major headaches, ranging from infected machines and system downtime to embarrassing data breaches and steep compliancy fines.

New guidance has been published by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) to help users understand the system of security grading introduced by the BS EN 62676 series of international standards, the first standards for CCTV video surveillance that will be used to any significant extent in the UK.

Former FBI Special Agent in Charge Joins Security Solutions Leader to Provide Strategic Direction and Security Insight

London, UK: Cryptzone has announced the appointment of Leo Taddeo as Chief Security Officer (CSO). Taddeo, former Special Agent in Charge of the Special Operations/Cyber Division of the FBI’s New York Office, will be responsible for analyzing the cybersecurity market to help shape Cryptzone’s vision for security solutions.

Alexandria, Va: ASIS continues its tradition of honoring military and law enforcement professionals as well as emergency services professionals during its Annual Seminar and Exhibits. All active duty personnel are eligible to register for the complimentary one-day admission on Wednesday, Sept. 30, which is designated as Law Enforcement/Military Appreciation Day at the ASIS International 61st Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2015).

Clavister is to open a new research and development centre in Umeå, northern Sweden, focusing on developing Clavister’s technologies to meet market demand for next-generation security solutions to protect carrier-grade networks, smart cities and Internet of Things.

(In Condemnation of *BABA)


Whatever happened to the cicadas which once

disturbed our mid-day sun with their endless shrills;

Whatever happened to the talking parrots of the rainforest

and the hooting owl of the Savanna

and the cooing dove of *Okipu?

IT Security Firm ESET, have released an application which allows users to find out if their Android device is vulnerable to the critical Stagefright vulnerability.

In a new blog post on ESET’s ‘We Live Security’ website, Raphael Labaca Castro discusses the Stagefright vulnerability which may have left 950 million Android devices vulnerable.