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Tufin Technologies last week announced the results of its annual “Hacking Habits” survey, designed to better understand how trends in the hacking community impact corporate security teams.

Last month SecuriGroup welcomed Mr Allan Burnett to its Board of Directors. Burnett had a distinguished career in the Scottish Police Service for over 30 years.  After joining the police as a graduate entrant in 1979 and working on the beat in Maryhill, he retired as the Assistant Chief Constable in charge of co-ordinating Counter Terrorism for Scotland.

We are disturbed to learn that while many of our soldiers are being brought home from the battles dead, maimed and in crutches only to be given £92, 000 as compensation for losing a leg in such battles, the high ranking officers, colonels are being fed by the Government with feeding bottles, receiving £135, 000 in subsidy per child over their school years in private schools. On the whole, the tax-payer funded scheme covering 90 per cent of boarding school fees is said to have cost £172 million last year.

May it not be told to posterity that politics dried up mankind’s milk of human kindness when the nation of Pakistan and not Mr 10% was in sorrow.  May it not be said that because Mr David Cameron lashed out at Pakistan as “terror exporting” country, the whole wide world developed cold feet when it was time to act.

Call him a ‘loudmouth’ as David Miliband had following his last July controversial comment about Pakistan exporting terrorism, but one thing you cannot doubt about Mr Cameron is his knack for business and the fact that he is result-orientated. Vigilance can recall that during his recent storming of India with a 30-member delegation, defence group BAE systems and engine supplier Rolls-Royce under the UK-India defence and industrial partnership secured a deal worth £700 million to supply India’s Hindustan Aeronautics with 57 Hawk training jets which was signed under the watchful eyes of Mr Cameron.

September 6th – 8th , 2010 will see the world of security and allied global sectors move to Pragati Maidan, New Delhi in India to attend the country’s only exhibition and conference dedicated to homeland security designed to maximize exhibitors’ and visitors’ return on investment in time, money and resources.

In a world whose maritime industry is bedevilled with piracy and many other security threats, it is heart-warming to learn that Maritime and Underwater Security Consultants (MUSC), a division of ICTS Europe, the leader in global maritime risk solutions, will be transporting some of its industry counter piracy expertise to stand K9 at the Transec. Their highly experienced Transit Consultants, who have assisted numerous vessels through the Gulf of Aden and Indian Ocean, will be on hand to talk to visitors and delegates, providing personalised briefings on the global piracy threat.