BAE Systems awarded £50 million contract » Photo: MoD Photo: MoD The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has awarded a £50m contract to BAE Systems t... Octavian opens new office in South Africa » Octavian Security has kicked off its ambitious 2015 growth plans by launching a new South African of... icomply partners with TIS in security overhaul of ... » icomply has recently partnered with TIS on overhauling the security system of Boots UK. The central ... Tech Trailblazers Awards announce the startup wi... » London, UK: The Tech Trailblazers Awards, the first annual awards program for enterprise information... ASIS Foundation and University of Phoenix to awa... » ASIS Foundation Opens Application for 10 Full-tuition University of Phoenix Scholarships Feb. 2 Lieberman Software reduces the risks of enterprise... » LONDON, UK: It can be almost impossible to manually discover and track all of the privileged account... Cubic Defence New Zealand ranks number one for D... » SAN DIEGO, Calif.: Cubic Corporation has announced that Australian Defence Magazine ranked Cubic Def... Blame the 'Grand Children' of the North (GCON) ov... » When people are secluded and prevented from being exposed to the trends of civilisation and enlighte... AppRiver dissects current global threats to cybe... » London, UK: AppRiver, LLC has released its year-end Global Security Report, a detailed summary and a... OPSWAT acquires email security provider Red Earth ... » LONDON (UK): OPSWAT has acquired Red Earth Software, developer of email security and secure file tra...


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In response to the news around the Skeleton malware, which is capable of bypassing authentication on Active Directory (AD) systems that use single-factor (password-only) authentication, I have the following comments from Chris Stoneff, Director of Professional Services, Lieberman Software:

Following news that Chinese spies have reportedly stolen the designs for Australia’s new warplane, Andrew Mabbitt, Security Consultant, MWR InfoSecurity, has given the following comment:

Many people have New Year’s resolutions of going to work out at the gym or eating better. As we start another year that is sure to yield more vulnerabilities and breaches, we should also resolve to implement a solid security plan for all of our cyber assets. We should review our security in-depth strategies to make sure we have the proper technology, people and processes in place to support and secure the business infrastructure. When you walk into a gym for the first time, you may wonder to yourself, “Where do I start?” Similarly, let’s dig into where you should start with your security.

Nigeria will not break up...Nigeria will never, ever break up!

Don't Fight, Burn, Kill and Die for Me or Any Politician


We are all  INEC, Jega, guardians of free and fair elections - heirs of the rule of law, custodians of democracy, Nigerianism and trustees of our Great Union, so one another's keeper!


Be warned! Victory belongs to God.

UK DEFENCE Secretary, Michael Fallon, and his Irish counterpart, Simon Coveney, yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the UK and the Republic of Ireland to ensure greater defence collaboration in the future.

Wilmington, Massachusetts: Rigaku Raman Technologies has introduced Progeny ResQ, the new generation in handheld chemical detection. Progeny ResQ enables the rapid detection, identification and response to chemical and hazardous threats at the touch of a button. Utilizing Raman technology, the device is an intuitive chemical analyzer and provides emergency responders, law enforcement professionals and the military with the industry’s most comprehensive chemical detection range in a handheld form.

Following the launch of ENISA’s latest paper on data privacy and Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs), Dr. Wael Aggan, CEO of CloudMask comments on the paper which provides useful guidance to the industry (government, policy makers, vendors, researchers etc.) in preparation for the next iteration of the data protection regulation expected to be approved this year: