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WESTBOROUGH, Mass.: Courion announced that KuppingerCole, a global analyst company focusing on information security and IAM, has recognized Courion as a leader in its 2014 Leadership Compass for Access Governance. The report states that from a feature perspective, Courion provides a very strong offering that covers virtually all current standard requirements. In the management summary of the report, Courion is highlighted specifically for being among the first to deliver advanced access intelligence capabilities as part of its offering.

London, UK: Checkpoint Systems, Inc. has announced that its Check-Net® print shops have implemented significant new printing capabilities that allow them to quickly print, encode and test RFID labels for apparel retailers and manufacturers employing its source tagging capabilities.

Check Point has released new research entitled “Man in the Binder: He Who Controls the IPC, Controls the Droid.” The study of Android’s unique operating system (OS) architecture showed the potential capture of data and information being stored and communicated on Android devices through the Binder, the message passing mechanism in Inter-process Communication (IPC).

Surveygoo research uncovers current British public opinion concerning the Ebola threat and highlights key issues that Government should address.

A nationally representative poll conducted late last week (October 9 – 12) by Surveygoo has revealed strong British opinions and concerns regarding the Ebola epidemic that has been ravaging Africa.

Vigilance can report that the UK has re-affirmed its support to Gibraltar with a package of new measures including a runway upgrade and stronger recognition for troops serving in the territory, the Defence Secretary has said.

Five UK nuclear facilities have been confirmed as potential sites to store waste from decommissioned nuclear-powered submarines. A public consultation process will now help to determine which site is selected.

The Defence Secretary has praised the professionalism and expertise of military and civilian personnel preparing to sail with Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship RFA Argus to Sierra Leone as part of the UK’s leading role in response to the Ebola outbreak.