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KeithCNL Software has announced changes to its Senior Management Team and new appointments to the Board. The restructure follows the increased worldwide demand for the company’s IPSecurityCenter™ PSIM solution and is line with the company’s global growth strategy.

 

LONDON, UK: New research from RiskIQ highlights the risks posed to UK organisation’s and their customers from unauthorised or fraudulent mobile apps and unauthorised app stores. Companies spanning retailers, travel companies, media & entertainment, gambling firms and banks have far more mobile apps owned by them or referencing their brand than they are aware of, many of which come from a new breed of hacker intent on compromising their digital assets and putting their customers at risk.

LONDON, UK: Computacenter has been named the F5 Agility EMEA Partner of the Year 2015 in recognition for its exemplary performance in business growth, customer focus and technical excellence.

It has been reported that the US Government Office of Personnel Management hack, was much larger than previously thought – that every federal employee’s social security number, along with other personnel records data (all unencrypted) has been breached.

Following this news, Lane Thames, security researcher, Tripwire, gives insights into the breach including, why the federal government is attractive to hack, law issues and how to reduce the attack surface:

It has been reported that the US Government Office of Personnel Management hack, was much larger than previously thought – that every federal employee’s social security number, along with other personnel records data (all unencrypted) has been breached. Following this news, Philip Lieberman, President of Lieberman Software, discusses current government laws, prosecution issues, technologies for protection and gives further insight into what went wrong.

London, UK: A new paper from analysts at the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) details how Varonis DatAnywhere is removing the tension between employee mobility and heightened security risks – two of the most important and often conflicting challenges faced by IT executives.

The Police and Security Group Initiative (PaS) is publishing the conclusions from its consultation conducted earlier this year. The consultation’s aims were to identify the Capabilities of the Private Security Industry that would be interested in working better with the Metropolitan Police; the effectiveness of existing structures; and the key barriers and enablers to successful collaboration. The PaS Group has analysed the results, established a series of workgroups to address the key areas of opportunity, and is now looking for participants to help develop ideas and recommendations for change in this critical area.