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  • Data breach victims likely to lose customers

    Varonis Systems says a recent report highlights the fact that people are less likely to deal with an organisation where their data has been lost due to a breach, writes Linda Endersby. The report from the Ponemon institute says that 72% of buyers who... 

  • Trustmarque to deploy Splunk

    Infrastructure and software solutions VAR Trustmarque, has signed a reseller agreement with Splunkoperational intelligence software provider Splunk to augment its data services proposition, writes Linda Endersby. Rob Newburn, Trustmarquehead of infor... 

  • UK legal sector ripe for cyber-attack, warn experts

    A leading lawyer and security expert has cautioned UK law firms that their failure to tackle online security is leaving clients increasingly vulnerable to hackers, writes Linda Endersby. London-based Seth Berman, executive managing director of Stroz ... 

  • GFI enhances partner programme

    GFI Software has announced a significant expansion of the GFI OEM Partner Programme, writes Linda Endersby, allowing technology vendors to integrateits entire security and network management solutions portfolio into their products or to rebrand as th... 

  • Brighton hospital trust slammed by ICO

    In the past it used to be HMRC or the MoD that regularly lost data on discs or stolen laptops but the NHS is rapidly becoming the leakiest source of information. Following the fine that the NHS Trust in Brighton has been handed out, to the tune of &... 

  • Flame poses challenge to anti virus status quo

    The reaction of the security industry to the discovery of the Flame threat, which appears to be the most complex attack launched so far in the ongoing cyber war, has been to call for resellers to sell customers greater layered defences. The discover... 

  • Kaspersky raises alarm over Flame threat

    Kaspersky has raised the alarm over what could be one of the most dangerous malicious programmes yet discovered. The vendor came across the malware after being called on by the International Telecommunication Union to investigate what was happening ... 

  • Column: Your forecast is cloud, with massive outbreaks of crime

    The crime scene is the fastest growing sector of IT and it's never been easier to start a spamming service. Better still, nobody does anything about it. 

  • Senior staff guilty of ignoring security policies

    Staff are often seen as the weakest link when it comes to security but most resellers will perhaps not have been expecting the problems to stem from the boardroom. Most of the focus in the industry is on contractors, mobile staff and those employees... 

  • UK firms under cyber attack as criminals target financial data

    UK businesses are under attack from web criminals motivated by a desire to carry off financial fraud to line their own pockets. Research from security vendor Check point in conjunction with the Ponemon Institute revealed that British firms were atta...