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PART ONE

...Buharism and the Fierce Urgency of Now

"What is more, the President has just one week to reverse all appointments already made to ensure ethnic, religious and regional balance. Any Nigerian can serve their country, guard and protect their President - the President is the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and not the President of any regional enclave."

London, UK: Tripwire, Inc. has announced the results of a survey of 215 attendees at the Black Hat USA 2015 security conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Checkpoint Systems, Inc. has announced EVOLVE-Store a real-time app for smartphones and tablets that supports real-time electronic article surveillance (EAS) and organised retail crime (ORC) event management.

SAN JOSE, CALIF.: Pulse Secure has announced that the company has extended its market-leading platform support with the immediate availability of a Pulse Secure Client for the Google Chrome Operating System (OS). Pulse Secure is the first leading vendor to offer this secure access solution for Chrome.

All companies today are at risk from a successful attack on their IT systems. It’s widely acknowledged that it’s no longer a question of if you will be breached, but when. Unfortunately though, some companies are more at risk than others and are actually being selectively targeted.

LONDON: Nuix has appointed Rod Vawdrey as its Chief Operating Officer. In his new role, Vawdrey takes responsibility for overseeing the company’s business activities globally, including sales operations, information technology, human resources, training, facilities, and strategic projects and partnerships.

With the first six months of 2015 behind us and unsolicited email volume data for the first half of the year available, Proofpoint has released its mid-year threat report which analyses what the threats of 2015 to-date can tell us about the evolving threat landscape.

Reviewing the first six months of 2015, the main trends that emerge are:

The EU sends out the most unsolicited mail

As in 2014, the volume from each country as a percentage of total unsolicited email was relatively constant, with the EU consistently accounting for around 15% of total unsolicited email, and the others accounting for single-digit percentages.