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London UK: A survey of 200 UK organisations, conducted by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Tenable Network Security has found that one in ten organisations do not think that cyber security is a priority for them, with a further 61% confirming it is not seen as a top three priority. Against this confidence, Tenable’s ‘The State of Cybersecurity 2015’ study discovered that 72% of the organisations spoken with had suffered some form of cyber attack in the last twelve months, with 31% confirming data was compromised. Hardly surprising then that just a third of respondents (35%) believe they could defend themselves against a cyber security threat. A defeated 25% threw their hands in the air admitting they didn’t think they had adequate protection to defend themselves.

BSI, the business standards company, has recently published the first European standard on pest management services, BS EN 16636 Pest management services - Requirements and competences, to improve the quality of these services throughout Europe.

Richard Blech, CEO and Co-Founder of Secure Channels, Inc. comments on the alleged breach:

KEMP Technologies has announced a new family of high performance Application Delivery Controllers (ADCs), enabling enterprise customers to easily scale up as their business application performance and security needs evolve.

The new LoadMaster 5000 Series targets medium to large enterprises with high transaction intranet and backend workflow applications, while the 8000 Series scales up to 30Gbps of application throughput and 30,000 SSL Transactions Per Second (TPS), to meet the needs of larger environments, service providers and web scale deployments. Both the 5000 and 8000 Series come standard with multiple 10Gb interfaces and are the only load balancers with native SDN adaptive traffic steering capabilities. This enables the KEMP LoadMaster ™ to seamlessly integrate in software defined networks and provide optimal application quality of experience.

London and Luxembourg: The B2 Group has announced the successful deployment of their FUNDcom integration project at Equinoxe Alternative Investment Services.

SAN JOSE, Calif.: Quantum Corp. has highlighted the unique value its scale-out storage solutions are providing to customers as the key factor behind the tremendous growth in revenue from these solutions over the past year. In the company’s recently completed fiscal year 2015 (1 April 2014 – 31 March 2015), revenue from its scale-out storage products and related services grew 74 percent over the prior year, with increasing momentum throughout the year. After growing 41 percent year-over-year in the first quarter, revenue increased 58 percent and 77 percent in each of the next two quarters, respectively, and then 116 percent in the fourth quarter. This accelerated growth reflects the benefits that Quantum’s StorNext® high-performance workflow solutions and Lattus™ extended online storage systems are delivering across a wide range of vertical markets and user requirements, as customers such as AOL Huffington Post, Calgary Police Service, PBS, TV Cultura and the University of North Carolina increasingly turned to Quantum over the past year to meet their scale-out storage needs.

SAN DIEGO: Aethlon Medical, Inc.has disclosed that the Medical Devices Bureau of Health Canada has approved a clinical study protocol to treat Ebola-infected individuals with the Aethlon Hemopurifier®. The Hemopurifier is a first-in-class affinity biofiltration device designed for the broad-spectrum elimination of viral pathogens from the circulatory system of infected individuals. The device targets antiviral drug resistance and serves as a first-line countermeasure against Ebola and other life-threatening viruses that are not addressed with proven drug therapies. Health Canada is the Federal department responsible for overseeing the health of Canadian citizens.