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Berlin: For 10 years, German lottery company “WestLotto” has been encrypting emails with Zertificon's Z1 SecureMail Gateway – currently version 4.7 – and is one of Zertificon's first clients. Westlotto was the driving force behind the introduction of the Z1 products for secure email communication throughout the German lottery and Eurojackpot companies. A detailed case study can be found on the Zertificon website.

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Vigilance can report that The UK’s first A400M Atlas has been named “City of Bristol” by the Royal Air Force in a rare honour to highlight the important role that industry in the city has played in the delivery of the aircraft.


Top 3 reasons why companies fail to deliver exceptional customer experiences – 1) Some companies try to cut costs of not having a call centre where customers can talk to humans which or course reduces costs but costs even more in customer satisfaction meaning customers are susceptible to moving to competitors. 2) Contrary to beliefs, a company doesn’t have to be 100% perfect all the time but when at fault, acknowledge it, fix it and customers will love you for it. 3) Only rewarding new customers can send existing customers elsewhere especially when teaser ‘introductory’ offer rates disappear.

Picture the scene, you are heading around the M25 in your car or van and your fuel gauge is gradually ticking down towards empty! You know you have to fill up, but you also want to get home as quickly as possible. You pass one set of services and then the next, but decide you can hold on for just another few miles. Filling up is such a chore.

There has been reports that Chinese hackers breached popular news site Forbes.com and used the site as part of a wider attack on the U.S. defence and financial industry. Commenting on this, Szilard Stange, director, OPSWAT said:

Clavister is partnering with a major global provider of secure military communications technology, to develop a new range of communication platforms for mobile systems with built in security technologies from Clavister.

LONDON, UK: AlienVault announced it ended 2014 with unprecedented momentum. The company closed out the year with more than 65 percent year-over-year sales growth and increased its install base to over 1,500 commercial customers. AlienVault’s new customer wins came from a broad range of industries around the globe, ranging from mid-sized companies, regional banks, retail, healthcare organizations and universities to large government agencies such as Columbia University, Highline College, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Save Mart, New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority (NYS ORDA) and State of Wyoming.