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  • Security focus moves from devices to applications

    Integralis has highlighted a growing trend in the growth of mobile business apps providing a potential headache for security managers but an opportunity for the channel 

  • HP reveals rising toll of cybercrime

    HP has revealed that both the volume of attacks and the cost to businesses is rising as cyber criminals intensify their attempts to get hold of sensitive information 

  • Exclusive Group reports first half growth

    Pan-European distributor Exclusive Group has reported a hike in revenues for its first half driven by strong security and data centre sales 

  • Cloud player UKFast spins off security operation

    Cloud specialist UKFast is on the hunt for those with security skills after deciding to set up a seperate operation to help customers overcome cyber threats 

  • Infinigate rattles security sabre at VADs with Vigil buy

    After an exhaustive search for a British partner, Swiss security distie Infinigate has thrown in its lot with Vigil Software, snapping up just over 50% of the firm for an undisclosed sum 

  • GFI makes Android security buy

    Small business security firm GFI Software has forked out an undisclosed sum to buy smartphone device management specialist VizualMobile 

  • Westcon Security adds more HP kit to line-up

    Westcon will now be able to offer its partners the full range of HP's security offering after extending its relationship with the vendor to include HP Fortify and HP TippingPoint in its security portfolio 

  • Microsoft reveals factory-installed malware scam

    In an investigation designed to identify counterfeit products Microsoft has found that new desktops and laptops are leaving factories in China with malware already installed 

  • EMEA playing greater role for WatchGuard

    WatchGuard has issued revenue figures for its second quarter revealing that EMEA is now accounting for more of its global sales 

  • McAfee labels Potter star Watson the most dangerous

    Harry Potter screen star Emma Watson is the most dangerous celebrity according to McAfee's annual round-up of which famous names are being used in phising and spam attacks