Becrypt signs new SME partnership with Atos UK » London, UK:  Becrypt has entered into a partnership with Atos UK as part of the Atos SME Harbour pro... itSoft extends its security-as-a-service offerin... » Clavister has announced that itSoft, a leading ISP and cloud managed services provider in Croatia, h... AppRiver quarantines 200 million malicious emails ... » Gulf Breeze, FL and London, UK: AppRiver, LLC has released its Q1 Global Security Report, a detailed... DDoS attacks pose biggest threat yet to European... » LONDON, UK: Neustar, Inc has announced findings from its third annual DDoS Attacks & Impact Report. ... SearchYourCloud announces enhanced search and se... » SearchYourCloud: has announced a relationship with Pivotal, the software company at the intersection... EnterpriseDB’s new Postgres Cloud Database expan... » Bedford, MA:  EnterpriseDB (EDB) has announced expanded data encryption for its Postgres Plus Cloud ... Cubic to exhibit Next-Generation Virtual Training ... » SAN DIEGO, Calif.: Cubic Global Defense will demonstrate a range of innovative technologies and solu... Adapt and Alert Logic partner to bring SaaS soluti... » Adapt and Alert Logic have joined forces to bring Adapt customers a suite of advanced managed securi... Cryptzone is a 2015 top company to watch in the Cy... » Boston, MA: With cybercrime on the rise and costing organizations billions of dollars annually, it’s... Dimension Data launches new assessment to help org... » Fleet, Hants, UK:  Dimension Data has announced a new assessment offering that helps organisations a...


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A group of 34 cyclists from The Great Dunmow Round Table, and supporters from 33 Engineer Regiment have raised an incredible £56,000 for Blesma by cycling 165 miles from Great Dunmow, Essex to Ypres to lay a wreath at the Menin Gate in honour of those who lost their lives in WW1.

United Kingdom – The Queen’s Gallantry Medal has been the United Kingdom’s third level award for bravery, after the George Cross and the George Medal, since 1974. ‘For Exemplary Bravery’ is the only study of the Queen’s Gallantry Medal to have been published. At the heart of this unique book are the stories of extraordinary bravery that earned the Queen’s Gallantry Medal on 1,044 occasions. All of its recipients are listed and all of the published citations are included, with explanatory notes, personal recollections from many of the recipients, and the details of their other awards and medals. Also included are citations never before published. Thirteen appendices provide first-hand accounts of the events behind some of the acts of bravery—bomb disposal, rescuing others from the sea and from fire, and even repelling pirates in the Indian Ocean.

1 Corinthians 1:10 Now I beseech you, brethren, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all speak the same thing, and that there be no divisions among you; but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment.

LONDON, UK: Corero Network Security has released the findings of its inaugural Quarterly DDoS Trends and Analysis Report. Through the analysis of customer data from the fourth quarter of 2014, Corero found that attackers are evolving their use of DDoS attacks to circumvent companies’ cybersecurity solutions, disrupt service availability and infiltrate victim networks.

Three bold leaders speak to the impact of physical and cyber terror on our world

Alexandria, Va:  ASIS International (ASIS) will bring three of the foremost experts on domestic and international terror to address security management professionals at its 61st Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2015) Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 2015 in Anaheim, Ca.

In response to the news that the personal details of world leaders at the last G20 summit were accidentally disclosed by the Australian immigration department to the organisers of the Asian Cup football tournament, Ken Westin, senior security analyst at Tripwire says:

Release the Kraken!

We all know how difficult it is to keep your users from downloading malicious files and/or visiting suspect websites even when you tell them explicit things to look out for (malformed urls, executables, files with multiple extensions, etc). What if the actual malware payload is hidden in Microsoft Office documents that your users send and receive thousands of times daily? One such piece of malware, dubbed “Kraken”, has proven to be highly effective as well as lucrative.