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Rohyt Belani, CEO and co-founder of PhishMe reacts to AXELOS' study (https://www.axelos.com/news/uk-organization-cyber-awareness-needs-to-enter-21c) that claims UK organisations’ cyber security awareness learning needs to enter the 21st century:


Global surveillance business Synectics has announced it will preview the new Synergy 3 ‘Gold’ release at this year’s Security and Counter Terror Expo 2016.


Axis Communications will be demonstrating the newly launched AXIS Perimeter Defender, a solution for large-scale perimeter protection, at Security and Counter Terror Expo 2016 in Olympia, London. The new system, which recently won the Video Analytics award at ISC West in Las Vegas, is a high-end video analytics application for intrusion detection for the enterprise market. The launch is enabling Axis’ partners to deliver a scalable and flexible perimeter defence solution using Axis thermal cameras and optical pan, tilt, zoom (PTZ) cameras, AXIS Perimeter Defender and Axis network horn speakers.


Doha, Qatar:  After several months of intense review, strategic planning and brand awareness needs Milipol Qatar is very excited to launch its newly designed website. It was officially launched. The new website is more informative, more engaging and more interactive.

With contactless payments increasing in popularity, MWR InfoSecurity has warned consumers to be aware of the dangers from contactless cards. It also issued a reminder to retailers and banks that not all fraudulent card theft is the fault of the card owner and more needs to be done to thwart scammers.

Alexandria, Va. (April 14, 2016) – The ASIS International School Safety and Security Council has released a highly-anticipated white paper, Active Shooter. The 60-page paper consists of 13 chapters written by members of the council who hold security and safety positions at colleges, universities, and K-12 schools, or are consultants to these institutions.


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London, UK/ Borno State, Nigeria: Women and girls released from captivity by Nigeria's insurgency group Boko Haram are often rejected by their own husbands, families and communities. There is a fear the girls have been radicalised, and their children born of sexual violence ‘tainted’ by the bad blood of their fathers.