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· Partnership enhances services for digital transformation in the public sector

Eduserv, the not-for-profit provider of IT services for the public sector, has enhanced its services for digital transformation by partnering with Microsoft as a Cloud Solutions Provider.

The new partnership sees Microsoft Azure and Office 365 added to Eduserv’s services, giving customers more options to move to the cloud and build the foundations for digital transformation.

Microsoft Azure adds to the existing managed cloud services covered by Eduserv’s Assured Hybrid Cloud. By connecting to Eduserv’s accredited cloud platform or to public clouds including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, customers can take a secure and progressive approach to cloud migration and digital transformation.

SEATTLE, WA: ExtraHop has announced three key leadership changes, readying the company for its next phase of growth. First, the company has appointed Arif Kareem, former president of Fluke Networks and networking and telecommunications industry veteran, as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Canadian news organizations are reporting on a data breach of the personal information of government employees:

“A dysfunctional compensation system that's withholding paycheques from federal workers has also been breaching their privacy, CBC News has learned. Newly released documents show senior officials were warned as early as Jan. 18 that the new Phoenix system has a flaw that allows widespread access to employees' personnel records, including social insurance numbers.”

Recently, a researcher claimed that LastPass, a popular password vault, was vulnerable to a zero day flaw that could potentially affect millions of people. Commenting, Lee Munson, security researcher for Comparitech.com, said:

John Gunn, VP of Communications, VASCO Data Security comments: "Encryption is simple to use, inexpensive, and highly effective. It doesn’t guarantee the hackers could not have obtained the information, but it certainly would have made their job a lot more difficult. This issue again underscores that there is a significant shortage of qualified IT security professionals - this event is just more evidence of the problem. Political campaigns are not known for paying well or for providing long-term employment. They should have hired outside consultants, but buying was airtime likely the priority. (Re emails sent to known associates) The old “if someone is respected they can’t be hacked and have no personal motives” strategy: obviously, it is utter nonsense.

Paul Bischoff, security and privacy advocate for Comparitech.com is warning users about a new Facebook app from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign that invites users to “Trump Yourself”, as it could have privacy implications for users:

UK: Pulse Secure  has announced Network Utilities (Systems) Ltd as the first Secure Premier partner in the UK to join its new Pulse Secure NAC Ignite certification programme.