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This summer, former Brigadier and Blesma Chief Executive, Barry Le Grys, will be leading a team of adventurers to take on the Three Peaks Challenge, raising vital funds to support wounded veterans.

Two more software makers have been caught adding dangerous, Superfish-style man-in-the-middle code to the applications they publish. The development is significant because it involves AV company Lavasoft and Comodo, a company that issues roughly one-third of the Internet's Transport Layer Security certificates, making it the world's biggest certificate authority.

AndfFollowing the news that Comodo is shipping adware Privdog which is worse than Superfish https://blog.hboeck.de/archives/865-Comodo-ships-Adware-Privdog-worse-than-Superfish.html Mark James, security specialist at ESET and Amichai Shulman, CTO Imperva explain how it works and what the implications are in comparison to Superfish:

Nottingham Forest and Bolton Wanderers players and fans pulled out all the stops on Saturday in support of their charity for the year Blesma, The Limbless Veterans.

Scott Nicholson at Adapt provides and insight:

“Banks generally have high levels of security requirements to fulfil prior to deploying new technology throughout its lifecycle, but for me, this decision raises a number of concerns. There is always a balance between business benefit/ performance versus security. However, the recent announcement to use fingerprint based security for users of the iPhone 5S or 6 appears to show a lack of true understanding of the potential implications.

DUBLIN & DALLAS: AdaptiveMobile has launched SS7 Protection – a new product that secures mobile operator core networks against privacy and fraud attacks exploiting loopholes in the SS7 signalling protocol. AdaptiveMobile SS7 Protection is the first comprehensive security overlay for mobile operator signalling infrastructure, blocking known and emerging threats to restore confidence in the network for consumers and regulators alike.

Set to take place at the city’s Bridgewater Hall on Thursday 26th March, the event’s theme for 2015 focuses on Protecting the Vulnerable, and confirmed speakers have been selected to deliver presentations on a wide range of issues from child protection to counter-terrorism, all with a particular focus on the North West region. Speakers confirmed for the event include:

UK: Portal was named a winner of a 2015 IBM Beacon Award for Outstanding Solution for Midsize Businesses. Each year, this honor is awarded to a select number of IBM Business Partners who have delivered exceptional solutions to drive business value and transform the way their clients and industries do business in the future. The 2015 awards recognise achievements across a wide-range of solution areas, including, cloud, analytics, mobile, security and social business.