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London Conference – Tackling Kidnapping Hijack & Hostage Taking

The conference takes place on 21-22 May, 2014, at Radisson Blu Edwardian,  London Heathrow. To what extent are criminals gathering intelligence from social networking sites to select better targets? What is the deep web and what can criminals achieve from it? Who could be at risk of kidnap within your own organisation and what are the [...]

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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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Winter Sochi Olympics, Comments from David Grange Dyn

As we commence the opening of the winter Olympics tomorrow and given the heightened interest this year, this is also a prime opportunity for cybercriminals to exploit the security of the games online using phishing attacks and sending harmful emails. David Grange, director of operations and client services (EMEA) at Dyn offers his comments on the [...]

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Four information Security Training Courses To Be Delivered by SANS Brussels

SANS Institute in Brussels to deliver quartet of information security training courses. This February, SANS Europe will deliver four  information security training courses covering network penetration testing, forensic investigations, intrusion detection and security essentials. SANS Brussels 2014 runs from Monday the 17th till Saturday the 22nd of February 2014 at the Renaissance Brussels Hotel. Brussels will host [...]

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Cybersecurity : Top Threats to Look out for in 2014

The year 2014 is going to be crucial for cybersecurity. Here we have compiled a list of threats that you should look out for in 2014: Different approaches to cybersecurity: Dealing with cybrsecurity isn’t an easy task; it requires meticulous planning and execution. However, what the government of the USA and European Union are doing [...]

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Vinci Park uses Worldine’s SEPA Solutions

Vinci Park has adopted Worldline e-payment and transctionnal services to migrate to SEPA (Single Euro Payments Area). Worldline’s SEPA solution is a comprehensive and adaptive product and will ensure Vinci Park’s migration to SEPA. Worldline will also provide Vinci Park with management and electronic signature of its SEPA mandates. Vinci Park is then now able [...]

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Synergy Research’s Report on Cloud Computing : Amazon Is Crushing IBM, Microsoft, And Google

John Dinsdale, analyst at market researcher Synergy, reports “ When it comes to raking in the money on cloud computing Amazon still “dwarfs all competition”. In Q3, the total cloud computing market hit $2.5 billion in revenue, up 46% the same quarter of 2012, Synergy found. Not only did Amazon grab most of that, it grew its own cloud revenues [...]

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Bitdefender warns Android games can track children’s location without parents’ consent

British children particularly vulnerable as parents buy smartphones for toddlers at younger ages Bitdefender®, the award-winning provider of innovative antivirus solutions, has found that an increasing number of Android apps request unnecessary permissions and use them to monitor the location of children without their parents’ consent, with British children being particularly vulnerable. This is in [...]

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COMMENT: Schools become DDoS attack targets

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) cyber attacks on schools and educational facility websites are on the rise.  With students often reliant on their school’s website for important information and updates, this can have a detrimental effect on a school’s reputation.  Mark Teolis, DOSarrest GM, offers more insight: Why are schools being attacked more often ? [...]

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