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Raanana, Israel: IronScales has released data collected from more than 100 different organizations globally from different sectors like finance, banking, telco and more. The numbers reflect their performance in the first simulated phishing attack.

Hamburg, Germany: It’s an illusion. Current security solutions will never be installed on every single mobile device and kept up to date. Software will never be completely free of security vulnerabilities. Not all owners of the coolest Android devices will use – or be able to use – the latest version of Google’s OS with the latest security features. And users will never be persuaded to stop accessing certain web offerings like porn sites, even if they know that threats lurk on these sites more than elsewhere. The sooner we acknowledge this situation, the sooner we will understand that security functions should really be integrated upfront by internet and mobile service providers. That way, users would be protected without having to worry about installing security software and keeping it updated. Telcos can play a decisive role in this protection – and the German-based security firm secucloud has already signed up several of them as partners. They make all the necessary security functionality available in the cloud. Of course, that’s still not a 100% guarantee of security. But it would have prevented most infections by the HummingBad Trojan, which according to Check Point has taken control of over 10 million devices worldwide and 40,000 in Germany alone.

An improved version of the RAF’s Brimstone missile with a longer range and more advanced guidance system is ready for use on Tornado aircraft following a £170 million investment by the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD).

A new system to give seriously injured veterans better lifelong assistance has been announced by Defence Minister Mark Lancaster. This summer, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) will launch a pilot of the new Integrated High Dependency Care System (IHDCS) - designed to ensure a small group of personnel and veterans who need additional support as a result of severe injuries sustained during operations benefit from enhanced on-going assistance.

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has confirmed the deal to purchase nine P-8A Poseidon Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) for the Royal Air Force (RAF).

The new aircraft, which will be based at RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland, will play a vital role in protecting the UK’s nuclear deterrent and the UK’s two new aircraft carriers. They will also be able to locate and track hostile submarines, and will enhance the UK’s maritime Search and Rescue (SAR) capability. This capability will also bring economic benefits to Scotland and the wider UK, with an additional 400 personnel based at RAF Lossiemouth.

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has announced the joint signature of a Strategic Partnering Arrangement (SPA) with Leonardo Helicopters UK (formerly AgustaWestland).

The new arrangement recognises the mutual relationship between the MOD and Leonardo, and includes commitments to working together on year-on-year improvements in cost effectiveness. It also recognises our respective roles in enhancing national prosperity through exports, where success generates revenue for the company and helps sustain valuable UK jobs and skills.

Reading, UK, and Cisco Live, Las Vegas, NV: Commvault has launched new Reference Architectures with alliance partner Cisco to give customers and partners an easy-to-buy, pre-optimised and validated solution for simplified data protection and recovery using Commvault’s award-winning Software deployed on the Cisco Unified Computing System™ (Cisco UCS) infrastructure. Commvault also announced support into Cisco’s HyperFlex hyperconvergence system to help organisations protect data workloads and applications across virtualised and cloud infrastructures. The new reference architectures and Commvault’s support of HyperFlex were both announced at Cisco Live in Las Vegas, Nevada.