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Imperva, the leader in data security, and Securosis last week announced the findings of a comprehensive independent data security survey of more than 1100 multinational IT security practitioners. The survey focused on uncovering what technologies security practitioners find successful to mitigate breaches and comply with security mandates.

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The DraganFlyer X8, a unique state-of-the-art piece of UAV technology featuring eight efficient high power-electric motors was launched last week at the just-concluded TranSec Expo 2010 held on the 14th and 15th of September at the London Olympia to allow transport security executives to better protect, monitor and manage their infrastructure.

Vigilance can authoritatively confirm that the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has granted Trade Fair Certification to Reed Exhibitions for InfoSecurity Europe 2011 to be held at Earl’s Court in London, United Kingdom on April 19-21, 2011.

The Security Industry Authority recently held its 4th Annual Stakeholders’ Conference entitled: A Common Purpose: Raising Standards in the Private Security on June 15th, 2010 in London. Baroness Ruth Henig, Chairman of the SIA gave the keynote speech.

Finally, finally, the much awaited day is here! Exhibitors and visitors to the earth-shaking event, TranSec Expo 2010 will be vetted this morning amidst very tight security as they arrive at the event venue, the London Olympia.

Source: NatoSecretary General Mr Anders Fogh Rasmussen last week in Madrid during an official visit to Spain vowed, “We cannot let terrorists and violent extremists operate from Afghanistan again. NATO’s efforts in the country were not only aimed at defending Afghans, but protecting the populations of Allied and partner countries as well.”