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Sophia Antipolis, France: At their 18th Technical Plenary meeting held in Philadelphia, PA, on 20-24 July, oneM2M's members agreed on plans for the second release of oneM2M specifications and appointed new chairmen and vice-chairmen to advance the agenda of several key working groups.

Twyford, UK:  Pulse Secure and Arrow in Europe have signed a distribution agreement under which Arrow will market and distribute Pulse Secure’s full line of SSL VPN and Mobile Security solutions including the latest centralised management, policy control and governance console; Pulse One. Pulse Secure solutions are unique, in offering the customer easy to deploy and rigorously governed access solutions for modern BYOD and Cloud environments. They are easy to configure, install and deploy out of the box in as little as 30 minutes. Pulse One provides added visibility through a single collective view of compliance including security alerts and appliance health checks.

London and Ireland: Wandera together with enterprise mobility specialist CWSI, has announced a strategic partnership with Three to deliver its secure mobile gateway services to business customers in Ireland. The integration will enable Three’s business customers to secure, control and manage mobile data usage across employee devices.

 

Secunia has published its quarterly country report for the UK. The data shows that PDF readers continue to be a security issue for PC users; that 10.3% of PC users in the UK have an unpatched Windows operating system, and Oracle Java yet again tops the list of applications causing the greatest risk exposure to UK PCs.

Vigilance can report that Circle Housing Property Services has introduced ‘MySOS Mandown’ personal safety devices, developed exclusively by Skyguard.

Corsham, Wiltshire:  BT has selected Ark Data Centres Limited as a new UK data centre supplier and is adding Ark’s sites in the south of England to its BT Compute portfolio to meet the growing demand for sustainable and compliant cloud-based services. Under the multi-year contract, BT will use Ark’s state-of-the-art data centres to develop new managed cloud services for organisations where enhanced security is paramount; such as central and local government, defence and security, police and health.

Vigilance can report that the University of Derby, in collaboration with a number of police forces, other universities and agencies, has helped to secure more than £1.9m from the Police Knowledge Fund to help improve research into policing.

Thales and Zettaset have launched a standards-based data encryption and key management solution designed for open source big data environments such as Hadoop and NoSQL. Organizations can now comply with government regulations and industry mandates for protecting data privacy.

Using Lock & Key, organisations can enhance their security strategies by requiring a second factor of authentication for storage administrators to gain access to storage systems. By using their access credentials and an encrypted, tamper-resistant, industry-leading IronKey™ secure storage device,administrators will be able to access a secure management user interface for one or more of Imation’s Nexsan Assureon storage systems no matter where they are. Lock & Key solutions are easily deployed in plug-and-play fashion, and can be centrally controlled and administered by anyone in an organisation’s IT team who has the required access privileges.