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XM Cyber awarded “Technology Pioneer” by World Economic Forum

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XM Cyber, founded by top executives from Israel’s cyber intelligence community and provider of the first fully automated APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) simulation and remediation platform, has announced that it was selected among hundreds of candidates to be recognised as one of the World Economic Forum’s “Technology Pioneers”. The Technology Pioneers community consists of early-stage…

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Utilise tools and training to enhance business says SGS at Infosecurity Europe

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SGS United Kingdom Ltd (SGS), the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, will attend this year’s Infosecurity Europe event from 5-7 June to engage with visitors about business improvement tools, consultancy services and workshops designed to identify and enhance individual areas of business operations. Experts at SGS will be on hand to speak…

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IDIS strengthens UK operations with appointment of Support Technician Chris Morss

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IDIS, South Korea’s largest surveillance manufacturer, has strengthened its UK customer service operation with the appointment of Chris Morss as Support Technician based out of the company’s European headquarters in Brentford, London. Chris joins a growing team offering on-site technical support, telephone advice and training to IDIS’ customers and partners. He will report to Billy…

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​​Market calls for increased nuclear detection prompting new Arktis​ office

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Nuclear radiation detection specialist Arktis Radiation Detectors has expanded its worldwide network by opening a new office in the UK at Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire. The office will build upon existing locations in Europe and the US and reflects the growing market for Arktis’ next generation, plug and play detection systems that detect and identify radioactive and…

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Tackling terrorism in West Africa

It is incorrect to assume that modern acts of terrorism has its origins in one geographical location, or to believe that its prevalence is confined to certain regions around the world. Events in recent years have shown that terrorist attacks can happen anywhere, despite even the most robust intelligence and information sharing between states. Given…

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Securing Transportation networks in West Africa

Sustainable and effective transportation is one of the major foundations that enable a state to progress in its economic endeavours. Without a solid, functioning transportation network, the transit of people and goods is difficult to achieve, and without established security measures, even harder to maintain. In order to facilitate the social well-being of West African…

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Maritime trade security challenges and solutions in West Africa

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West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea presents a number of security challenges, as Dr. Kamal Deem Ali recently explained at the UK Security Expo. Captain of the Ghanaian Navy and long-time member of the Centre for Maritime Law and Security, Dr. Ali raised the question of how we can secure the seas from Nigeria, to Cote…

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Securing critical infrastructure projects in West Africa

In June 2018 the fourth Annual Upstream West Africa Summit will take place, leading to thousands of industry professionals descending on Senegal to share and discuss their knowledge on a broad range of topics – from solutions on deepwater developments, to upstream software solutions. Coincidentally, the event will also play host to the No.1 Annual…

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Scality chosen as data protector by EDF Energy

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Scality chosen as data protector by EDF Energy Scality, a pioneer of software-defined, multi-cloud data storage, has announced that Électricité de France SA (EDF), the largest global supplier of electricity and one of the world’s largest public companies, has installed Scality RING object storage as its back-end storage. “Scality RING represents modernisation for EDF. It…

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