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Police accessed comms data 700,000 in 3 years

Big Brother Watch has just published a report that shows UK police forces are requesting access to communications data 670 times per day or 1 request every 2 minutes. It has...
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Amazon Web Services email risks customer data

Amazon Web Services has begun to send out emails threatening to close customer accounts unless they provide large amounts of personal data via fax. The emails started going out on 20th May...
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Telstra admits Pacnet breach

Telstra has made public a security breach at its recent acquisition Pacnet. According to the press release the breach occurred before the $697 million deal with Pacnet was finalised and once...
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US Navy Cyber Warfare plan

The US Navy has announced its five year strategic plan for cyberspace. This should come as no surprise as the US looks to retaliate against hacktivists, cyber terrorists and state sponsored...
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Quantum computing gets a little closer

Quantum computing was first mooted by the Nobel Prize winning physicist Richard Feynman in 1981. IBM scientists now believe that they have solved some of the key challenges to bringing Feynman's...
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IronKey delivers support for McAfee ePO

Imation has announced that its IronKey eUSB devices will now support McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) v5.1. This announcement enables administrators to use both the on-premises and cloud-based versions of McAfee ePO...
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Dell SonicWALL targets SME security

Dell has announced the latest SonicWALL TZ firewall appliances. These solid state appliances are targeted at Small to Medium size Enterprises (SMEs) and bring features previously only available in large enterprise SonicWALL...
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BT secures cloud apps and data

BT has announced the availability of BT Assure Cloud Identity aimed at protecting customers data and applications in the cloud. The solution is built on top of CA's Identity and Access...
Cavium

Cavium announces LiquidSecurity

Cavium has announced the immediate availability LiquidSecurity, its latest generation of Hardware Security Module (HSM). The product is targeted at enterprise and cloud data centre owners who need to secure multiple channels...
SentryBay launches key logging protection for mobiles

SentryBay ends key logging on mobiles

UK-based security vendor, SentryBay has announced it has developed technology that can prevent the risk of key logging on mobile devices. The technology consists of separate elements including a secure keyboard,...

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Ultrain launches its blockchain mainnet

Ultrain has announced the launch of its mainnet. This marks the next step forward for this commercial public chain. It is also, Ultrain claims,...
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Castbox launches ‘Community’ to make podcasting more social

Podcast app creator Castbox has launched Community, a new feature which enables both creators and listeners to participate in the ever-expanding podcast ecosystem. Available...
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Matt Calkins on why you should care about low code

With AppianWorld in San Diego on the horizon, Enterprise Times spoke with Matt Calkins, CEO, Appian about why people should care about low code....
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Samsung SDS and Tech Mahindra are to collaborate in the global blockchain market using the Nexledger platform. As part of the collaboration between the...
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Is Dragonblood a wake-up call for WPA3 security?

Dragonblood is a collection of five exploits and vulnerabilities that affect the latest WPA3 protocol and certification. They were revealed by security researchers Mathy...
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John South talks about the challenge of compliance

Over the last decade there has been a significant increase in the amount of compliance that businesses have had to deal with. Nowhere is...
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One Med Chart shares blockchain data between patients and EMS

Augusta HiTech has launched its One Med Chart, a patient-controlled electronic medical records (EMR) blockchain platform. This introduces real-time EMR sharing between patients and...

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Finding the cell that contains just a space in Excel

I have many clients who have the same problem with importing data from other applications into Excel. All seems perfectly well until they start...
Rani Osnat talks about containers and security

Rani Osnat talks about containers and security

At the KubeSec day in Seattle, Enterprise Times talked with Rani Osnat, VP Product Marketing at Aqua Security. ET had just spent the day...
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SAS indicts UK companies’ lack of fraud detection

Research undertaken for a SAS Report indicates that British companies, on average, lose significantly more money to procurement fraud, and the country is far...
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Verasity blockchain integrates with Vimeo video

Verasity offers a blockchain-based platform which supports the infrastructure and tools for video publishers to serve rewarded video and loyalty programs to viewers. It...
Finance companies suffer the most cyber attacks

Finance companies suffer the most cyber attacks

The NTT Security 2019 Global Threat Intelligence Report (registration required) is out. It reveals that 32% of all attacks observed globally, targeted web applications....
BT signs €5.9 million deal with NATO

BT widens its deal to support NATO

British Telecom (BT) has announced a new deal with NATO worth €5.9 million. It has signed a three year agreement with the NATO Communication...