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IFSEC International Serves the Whole Security buying Chain

IFSEC International moved to ExCel London from 17-19 June 2014 and provides a solid platform for a buoyant market. IFSEC International, organised by UBM Live, continues to thrive as the only destination to serve the whole security buying chain, which has been solidified by its move to ExCeL London from 17-19 June. Taking place at its [...]

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AES Corporation Hires Sales Manager for Western USA Region

AES Corporation, the security industry’s leading developer of wireless mesh radio technology, announced today that Leonard Hanna has joined their sales team managing the Pacific West USA territory. Based out of Washington State, Leonard will be responsible for supporting existing customers and expanding the customer base within the region in conjunction with current rep firm [...]

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Security Industry Confirmed Petrolheads

Figures released on Tuesday from the NEC, Birmingham proves the security industry is still in love with its cars and vans and remains the best location for a security channel event. Over 15,000*cars and vans were parked at the NEC during the recent IFSEC International exhibition with a total of 22,000 motor vehicles parked across [...]

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Secutech India 2013 connected industry with local market

The second edition of Secutech India which was held at the MMRDA Ground, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Mumbai, India from 28 February to 2 March 2013, attracted 113 exhibitors from eight countries and regions. Organised by Messe Frankfurt New Era Business Media Ltd (MFNE) and Asian Business Exhibition & Conference (ABEC), Secutech India is the professional exhibition [...]

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BSIA Confirm Exclusive Commitment to IFSEC International 2014 And Beyond

UBM Live has recently announced that the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has continued its exclusive support to IFSEC International. Continuing its support of the one of the world’s largest security shows, the BSIA has also confirmed commitment to the security show moving to London in 2014. James Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, BSIA said: “The [...]

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UBM launch IFSEC Global.com – a new online community connecting the entire security and fire buying chain

UBM the company behind IFSEC and FIREX, the world’s leading international Security and Fire events, have today announced the launch of IFSEC Global.com – an online community for security and fire safety professionals. Marking the next step in the IFSEC brand’s 40 year history, the new website will provide an information-hungry business community with expert [...]

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Key Compliance Elements: Data Retention, Recoverability, and Disposition

Regulations like Basel II, HIPAA, and Sarbanes-Oxley apply enterprise-wide, there is no exclusion for remote offices. So even if you've spent millions of dollars and countless weeks securing your data center, it may not be enough to pass a compliance audit. You also need to secure remote and branch office (ROBO) dataor it could turn [...]

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Debugging Application Security Vulnerabilities in Web.config Files

The biggest threat to an organization's network security comes from its public Web site and the Web-based applications found there. Unlike internal-only network services such as databaseswhich can be sealed off from the outside via firewallsa public Web site is generally accessible to anyone who wants to view it, making application security an issue. As [...]

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Securing your Software Development Life Cycle

When it comes to software security, the general perception is that including technologies such as firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and malware protection throughout the software development life cycle is all that's needed to keep information secure in the end product. However, these technologies are mostly reactive in nature and don't prevent the vulnerabilities in the [...]

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Security and cost-efficiency are market drivers of open source technology

Licensing issues, security breaches and the grass-roots power of open source software are leading many governments and businesses worldwide to consider using alternatives to Microsoft. The attraction to using software such as Linux and open source includes lower and sometimes free initial costs, perceived freedom from lock-in to a vendor that can raise prices, the [...]

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