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Assa Abloy White Paper on Key Cost Savings With Wireless Battery Powered Access Control

ASSA ABLOY Access Control has released a new white paper illustrating the key cost savings with wireless battery powered access control. ASSA ABLOY Access Control, responsible for industry leading innovations such as Aperio™ technology, has compiled the research based on a typical case study of student accommodation, to illustrate the sustainable benefits of wireless locks […]

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DNS Reflection Attack White Paper released by Prolexic

Prolexic, the global leader in Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection services,  has released the first of several white papers about Distributed Reflection Denial of Service (DrDoS) attacks. DrDoS attacks, an attack method which has been used for more than a decade, have recently surged in popularity across a broad range of industries. In this […]

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Mitigating Red October malware – AlienVault/Kaspersky whitepaper

AlienVault together with Kaspersky, have today released a whitepaper which shows the indicators of compromise that can be useful to detect and mitigate the threats from Red October. The whitepaper contains indicators to detect most of the Red October activity in a company’s systems and networks. Inside the whitepaper you will find SNORT rules as […]

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Iris Recognition and the Future of Air Travel to be presented by AOptix at the First Media Roundtable

AOptix Technologies, Inc. will present their recent iris recognition deployments in the Middle East and United Kingdom at a first-of-its kind media roundtable event. Speaking to invited media at the ACI – Airport Exchange show November 27-30 in Abu Dhabi, AOptix will discuss these groundbreaking deployments within the context of its new biometric solutions whitepaper […]

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Many organisations remain cautious about moving their IT services to the Cloud

By enabling rapid access to leading technology on-demand, Cloud computing is a cost effective and flexible alternative to inefficient, in-house IT systems. Cloud computing is the future; however the fear of potential security breaches is understandably making organisations question whether moving to the Cloud is worth the risk. By working with a specialist partner, organisations […]

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Trading Standards conduct anti-piracy raid

After receiving information from a whistle blower, FAST supplied detailed information on suspected illegal downloading of unauthorised copies of software for a business's use. The information suggests Directors' full knowledge of the activity.Trading Standards in Swansea working in conjunction with the Federation Against Software Theft (FAST), have recently conducted the first anti-piracy raid in the […]

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Application security for nonprofits

The threat for smaller companies and nonprofits has increased dramatically. In August of 2009, a Washington Post article noted, "Because the targets tend to be smaller, the attacks have attracted little of the notoriety that has followed larger-scale breaches at big retailers and government agencies." San Francisco-based TechSoup Global is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that […]

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Door entry system with Italian styling from Bitron Video

A door entry system is the first step towards securing a building from unauthorised access, whether it is a residential or commercial property. As the first point of contact a visitor will have when entering a premises, it is important to create the right impression.Bitron Video's range of entry panels combined with the new T-Line […]

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Wi-Fi networks need to be properly secured to avoid illegal piggybacking of internet service

Computer users must properly securing their Wi-Fi networks following reports that people who illegally download music and films may have their internet subscriptions cancelled. The proposed Green Paper will require internet service providers (ISPs) to take action against the estimated six million users a year who access pirated material.This legislation could cause headaches for both […]

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Users are more aware of virus threats than Web threats

Trend Micro Incorporated has announced findings of a study into corporate end user perceptions of and experiences with security threats compared to a similar study conducted in 2005. The study tracked responses from 1200 corporate computer end users across US, UK, Germany and Japan and compared them to analysis from Trend Micro™ TrendLabsSM global threat […]

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