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SAN DIEGO: Cubic Global Defense (CGD) has announced the award of a five-year, $33.7 million contract to support the U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR) Joint Multinational Simulation Center (JMSC), headquartered in Grafenwoehr, Germany; and the USAREUR Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) headquartered in Hohenfels, Germany. Continuing the current five-year contract, Cubic will maintain its role in assisting the JMSC with the execution of Mission Rehearsal Exercises (MRE) and training events; constructive simulation training for joint, combined, NATO and partner-nation units and leaders; and combatant Commanders’ engagement strategies.

PLANTATION, Fla.: Thales has announced nShield XC, its next generation hardware security module (HSM) for application security. With accelerated crypto performance, best-in-class Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) and unique CodeSafe application protection, nShield XC meets the increasing demands of customers as they deploy certified crypto to protect their data and applications.

LEICESTER City Council is joining forces with BT to provide free wi-fi across some of the most popular areas of the city centre.

A free wi-fi zone will be established in the central part of the city, including the Clock Tower, Jubilee Square and outside the Richard III centre on St Martins.

The idea is to promote wider digital access and help people to find out more about Leicester.

Planning and survey work is already underway across the city to identify the best locations for the wireless access points.

The free wi-fi, which won't cost the city council anything, should be available this Spring.

Deputy City Mayor, Cllr Rory Palmer, said: “We already have free wi-fi in our libraries and we know how popular wi-fi hotspots in city centre coffee shops and other venues are. We’d like to be able to extend this offer so that people can get online even more easily.

I wake to the sound of my smartphone, which has assessed the correct time for me to start my day by monitoring my circadian rhythm. I then jump in my smart shower, which already knows the water temperature I like, and can also sense when I’m washing my hair, to ensure the correct water pressure comes out. Once out of the shower, I put on my smartwatch which instantly starts to count each beat my heart makes. I walk downstairs to my kitchen feeling perfectly warm because my smart thermostat has memorised the room temperature I feel most comfortable with. Finally, I pick up a freshly brewed coffee from my smart coffee machine, which knows exactly when to turn on, based on when I wake up.

More than three-quarters of IT professionals have seen and kept secret potentially embarrassing information about their colleagues, according to new research conducted by AlienVault™.

Edinburgh:  Exterity has announced that at ISE 2016 it will demonstrate ArtioSign, its solution enabling organizations to combine digital signage with IP video. ArtioSign enables businesses to stream TV and video alongside live news updates and tailored messages to strengthen their communications.

A hacker plans to dump the apparent names, job titles, email addresses and phone numbers of over 20,000 FBI employees, 9,000 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) employees, and 200GB of files according to Motherboard. http://motherboard.vice.com/read/hacker-plans-to-dump-alleged-details-of-20000-fbi-9000-dhs-employees Pro-Palestinian comments on the hack, along with DHS employee info, were posted on Twitter according to Motherboard.