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  • Sony fined £250,000 by ICO over Playstation breach

    The ICO has criticised Sony and handed the entertainment giant a substantial fine over last April's data breach to its PlayStation gaming network 

  • Symantec swings axe in reorganisation

    Symantec could lose 1,000 staff over the next six months as the firm looks to reorganise itself after concluding a strategic review of the business 

  • Acronis hooks Powles as new UK MD

    Acronis has named Rick Powles as its new UK and Ireland managing director and tasked him with reinvigorating its channel strategies to take account of growth in virtualised and cloud storage environments, and consumerisation 

  • Threat prevention and mobile the focus for Check Point

    Check Point is putting its focus on threat prevention and mobile security as it moves into 2013 after issuing a solid set of numbers for last year 

  • Customers gripped by cyber security fears

    Warnings over the rising number of cyber attacks have got through to customers with research from the Business Continuity Institute showing that it is influencing decisions over cloud and social media 

  • Big data growth to exceed 30%, says IDC

    Analysts at IDC reckon the market for big data technology and services will see compound annual growth of 31.7% through to 2016, when sales could hit $23.8bn (£14.8bn) 

  • Cloud specialist steps into CEO role at CA

    CA Technologies has concluded a six month search for a replacement for its outgoing CEO turning to a man with experience in the cloud 

  • Calls made for more widespread use of data encryption

    With data breaches still occurring as a result of unencrypted laptops and USB sticks being lost some in the security industry have urged more awareness of the need to encrypt information 

  • Customers losing faith as data breaches mount

    Customers are finding it difficult to trust public and private bodies that get involved with data breaches and many would be prepared to take their business elsewhere according to Check Point 

  • NETconsent regains independence in MBO

    Almost two years to the day since it was bought by security firm Cryptzone, policy management software specialist NETconsent has completed a successful management buyout to re-establish its independence