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Campbell argues that many local authorities don’t know what G-Cloud is – a lot of them think it's a product. In fact, only 70 councils surveyed could identify specific jobs or contracts they would use G-Cloud for. In just over 600 words, Campbell suggests that cloud services have the potential to revolutionise the public sector but G-Cloud isn't helping local authorities and councils to gain access to the leading edge cloud providers they need. Demand doesn’t necessarily create itself.

London, UK.: The College of Information Sciences and Technology at Penn State, in partnership with Tripwire, Inc., a leading global provider of risk-based security and compliance management solutions, today announced that the top 25 percent of vulnerability management contributors scanned their networks nearly continuously and had an average aggregate host risk score of 2.14 using the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).

Frankfurt/London: Leading security vendor SecurEnvoy has increased its sales in the Australia/New Zealand (ANZ) distribution region by 40%. This growth has led to the company's first Australian based staff to better serve customers and channel partners. The 'bring your own device' (BYOD) trend is a major driver of the high demand for mobile security solutions. Companies have considerable interest in safeguarding the remote access methods used by their employees.

Compounding concern and creating more privacy risk is the fact that Android operates in an all-or-nothing permission fashion, where users accept the entire laundry list of requested permissions or the app cannot be downloaded. This model likely has more users putting less scrutiny on permissions to achieve that instant app gratification.

The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe
he Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe

The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe and the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, have announced that for the first time in its modern history, the MPS will recruit exclusively from Londoners to fill the ranks of new police constables. The introduction of this new criteria for applicants to the MPS will help ensure the force is more resilient and more reflective of the city it serves.

The U.S Secret Service has given out advice to those in the hospitality industry to inspect computers which they make available to guests in their hotel business centres. It has been stated that with keystroke-logging malware, crooks have been compromising PCs in an attempt to steal the financial and personal data from hotel guests

The Security Industry Authority is raising awareness of a recruitment scam targeting security professionals, Vigilance can report.