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London, UK: Xceed Group, an independent IT and business change professional services firm been recognised in The Sunday Times Heathrow SME Export Track 100. The league table charting Britain's fastest growing exporting SMEs, has positioned Xceed Group in 56th place, thanks to its rapid international sales growth over the last two years.

LONDON, UK: Cesare Garlati, chief security strategist of prpl Foundation and co-founder and co-chair of the Mobile Working Group at Cloud Security Alliance, will give a keynote speech on putting security into the future of Internet of Things (IoT), cloud and mobile at the Cloud Security Summit in Milan on Wednesday 18th May. The summit is the first edition of an annual event which aims to create dialogue between institutions, industry and small and medium European enterprises, and promote the sharing of information and experiences with a look to Europe and beyond.

Qognify, formerly NICE Security, will be showcasing its market leading and multi award-winning portfolio at IFSEC International. Visitors to stand F950 will experience Qognify’s new next-generation video management system (VMS) - VisionHub, the latest Situation Management solution - Situator 8.0 (including the Operational Intelligence Center) and the real-time video analytics software – Suspect Search.

Brad Bussie, Director of Product Management, STEALTHbits Technologies - re Swift Interbank System  - second attack warning:

LONDON, UK: Tempest Security Intelligence has announced an expanded presence in the United Kingdom. Raising £5.5 million (R$28.2 million), Tempest will be increasing its employees to 160 across its London and Brazillian offices in order to better meet the demands from the Financial, Media, Telecom and E-Commerce sectors that need Cybersecurity expertise.

In response to the FTC’s recent announcement of its intent to study security update practices within the mobile industry, Cesare Garlati, Chief Security Strategist of the prpl Foundation, former Vice President of mobile security at Trend Micro, and current co-chair of the Cloud Security Alliance Mobile Working Group, expressed a degree of frustration with the scope of project.

A group of researchers has released a data set on nearly 70,000 users of online dating site, OkCupid. The information was collected by Danish researchers who never contacted OkCupid, or its clientele, about using it.

Commenting on this, Rob Sobers, director at Varonis, said: "We have to live under the assumption that, if we make data public, it can and will be scraped and collected and archived permanently. The profile data is public, so technically this is not a hack or a breach. Anyone could easily get their hands on any individual user profile that is in the dump. However, what the researchers did was compile it all into one big structured data set, which makes it easy for both good guys and bad guys to analyse.