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LONDON, UK.: NSFOCUS IB today confirmed its new partnership with Spectrami, continuing its expansion into Africa and the Middle East. NSFOCUS was founded in 2000 to provide enterprise-level network security solutions and services primarily in the Asia/Pacific market. The new NSFOCUS International Business subsidiary brings advanced security solutions to the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia.

Reports are beginning to surface that Yahoo has been the victim of a data breach, with the data of 200 million users being offered for sale on the dark web. Although Yahoo has yet to confirm the breach, the data is believed to be real as the seller "peace_of_mind" has previously sold data from the VK, Tumblr and iMesh breaches. Commenting on this breaking news is Simon Crosby, CTO and co founder of Bromium:

LONDON, UK: A recent survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of security and privacy advice and comparison website Comparitech.com has found that 67% of the UK public who regularly use the Windows operating system would at least consider switching from Windows to Mac due to privacy concerns, with 15% insisting they would definitely consider swapping. Interestingly, 33% said they would not even consider switching operating systems, despite Windows 10 collecting user data that would raise concern over privacy.

Industrial automation software expert, COPA-DATA, took away not just one, but two awards at this year's Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Toronto. The solutions for Smart City with the zenon software won the worldwide Microsoft Partner award in the ‘Public Sector: Microsoft CityNext’ category. As a founding member of the isv4industry software alliance, the Salzburg-based company also reached first place as ‘Microsoft Partner of the Year’ in Austria.

It has been reported that the latest version of WhatsApp leaves forensic traces of chats, even after they have been deleted. The security researcher that discovered the bug said that the only way to properly delete them is to delete the app entirely.

UK: ExtraHop has announced a partnership with Kedron UK, a leading network and application performance management consultancy. Kedron helps organisations increase visibility and control across network and application infrastructure by combining leading technology, knowledge and services. Kedron customers include Vodafone, William Hill, Hertfordshire County Council, Barratt Developments and Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue.

Yesterday’s most popular story on the BBC website was the news that people who watch BBC programmes only on the iPlayer will be required to buy a TV licence to view the content from the 1st of September. Commenting on the news, Richard Patterson, director of security and privacy comparison and advice website, Comparitech.com, said: