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The European Fencing Industry Association (EFIA) has announced the expansion of its development committee, Vigilance can report.

EFIA has renowned, rigorous entry criteria, but continues to see record growth in membership and is determined to ensure that all members have a clear voice in the association. To this end, EFIA will be bringing in some more members to help on the committee, bringing an even wider industry experience to the current expert panel dedicated to the needs of their membership. The newly expanded committee has already brought an element of dynamism to recent meetings, as EFIA Chairman, Bernard Kilbride explains:

UK: Opengear has announced two new distribution agreements serving channel partners across the UK and Ireland.

Secure Cloudlink eliminates the need for passwords safeguarding organisations from cyber attack, security breaches, support costs and software license abuse

A new, patented cloud services brokerage (CSB) solution providing secure identity management and cloud services distribution has been launched designed specifically to eliminate the need for passwords.

The solution from British cloud security software company Secure Cloudlink Ltd – Secure Cloudlink – supports three factor, SSO (single sign on) and biometric user authentication but unlike other solutions in the market, does not store, send or replicate any user credentials outside of an organisations’ directory service.

Analysis of millions of photographs on Flickr has found that protests can be mapped across the world as they happen.

Merve Alanyali, Tobias Preis and Suzy Moat, of the Data Science Lab at Warwick Business School, analysed data on 25 million photos taken and uploaded to Flickr in 2013 across 244 countries and regions to produce a map of the world’s protests over the year.

The team found that in weeks in which higher proportions of ‘protest’ labelled photographs were detected in a given country or region, the UK newspaper The Guardianalso published a greater proportion of ‘protest’ labelled news reports relating to that country or region.

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom: UltraSoC and hardware-based security have announced that it has been recognized by Gartner Inc as a “Cool Vendor” in the Embedded Software and Systems market.

UltraSoC’s silicon IP and software tools allow system-on-chip (SoC) designers to create a secure, independent on-chip infrastructure that non-intrusively monitors and analyzes the device’s internal behavior. These capabilities can be used to ease embedded systems development, speeding time-to-market and cutting costs; and to build innovative features for use in-field, when they can be used to spot unexpected behavior caused by bugs or by malicious interference (Bare Metal Security™), and to analyze performance trends.

London, UK: MWR InfoSecurity has confirmed that it has designed this year’s HackFu to allow an additional 100 players – from all walks of life, to participate. These remote delegates can take part virtually from anywhere around the world, providing additional support to the 100 delegates on the ground, helping teams crack puzzles and solve clues to complete the quest.

LONDON, UK: According to a security insight report made available today and carried out by research firm IANS on behalf of security management vendor FireMon, the Security Manager platform by FireMon provides a Return on Security investment of $892,240.00 (£620,658.00) to the average customer over three years. The report also found that customers using Security Manager can realise a 75% reduction in the time spent on security analysis, correlating to an average savings of nearly $225k (£160k) over a three year period. For large scale deployments where many devices are present, such as in a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), the returns are even greater. The full report is available to download at: