Cyber Security Tips for Travelers

Cyber Security Tips for Travelers

As you prepare for your big trip, you routinely whip out your suitcase and cosmetics bag, carefully fold your clothing and tuck away your personal items, and print out your boarding pass. As you head out the door, you grab your cell phone, phone charger, tablet, laptop, and any other technology that you’re bringing along—after […]

Comment on South Wales Police Data Breach

South Wales Police Data Breach

In light of the news that South Wales Police has been fined by the ICO for its DVD data breach, please find comment below from Nick Banks, VP EMEA and APAC, IronKey by Imation. “No organisation is exempt to suffering a data breach, and the UK’s public sector​ is certainly no stranger to data loss​. […]

Security Experts Comment on Plane Hack

Chris Roberts Plane Hack

Security experts from Tripwire and Securonix commented this afternoon on the Chris Roberts plane hack. Tim Erlin, Director of IT Security and Risk Strategy, Tripwire ( “The new information about Roberts‘ actions is high profile, but we should be asking how we validate what is possible on these aircraft, and how we then make them safer. Whether Chris […]

Penn State Cyberattack Highlights Need for Managed Security Services

Cyberattack Highlights Need for Managed Security Services

Penn State University network attack Penn State’s College of Engineering revealed that it was the target of sophisticated cyberattacks that shut down its network. An official at Penn State mentioned “In fact, on an average day last year, Penn State alone repelled more than 22 million overtly hostile cyberattacks from around the world.” This is an […]

Microsoft Azure Takes the Lead on Privacy Protection in the Cloud

internet privacy

Microsoft has suffered significant PR consequences for its consumer-unfriendly privacy practices. The company received major criticism when a federal criminal complaint revealed that Microsoft inspected a user’s personal Hotmail account without permission. A couple of years ago, experts worried that the Xbox 360 Kinect camera, which always listens for voice commands even when the console […]

Worldwide Licence Agreement for Juniper Networks DDoS Secure solution

Accumuli Security, an NCC Group Company, has announced an agreement to licence Juniper Networks DDoS Secure technology. In follow up to Accumuli Security’s, £6.37 million sale of DDoS business, Webscreen Systems, to Juniper Networks in February 2013, Sharing the news that Accumuli Security, has just gained the worldwide licencing rights for DDoS Secure from Juniper. Gavin […]

Research: IT Service Providers Misaligned with their Customer’s Needs

IT Service Providers misaligned

Data from a LogicNow survey shows global IT Service Management industry in discord Significant misalignment between what services IT departments most want to buy and IT Service Providers try hardest to sell 71% of IT Service Providers want a more strategically-focused customer relationship – but only 13% of IT departments feel the same 45% of […]