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UK e-mail law could prove ineffective
12 January, 2009
With alternative communication techniques such as instant messaging being available, the UK attempt to reduce crime with e-mail retention could prove to be worthless
Social networking in safety with Unified Security Gateway
22 April, 2008
In response to increased levels of social network usage in businesses, FaceTime releases additional functionality that enables IT Managers to control usage of such sites.
Two weeks free IM and web usage reporting
16 April, 2008
Visitors to InfoSec offered the opportunity of trying RTDiscover network visibility tool on two week free trial and win an exceptional dining experience with FaceTime's ÃâÅ"Real Time Challenge".
Skype protection from dangerous URLs.
25 March, 2008
Greynet Enterprise Manager improvements offer business users the opportunity to take advantage of technologies such as Skype with more confidence in network security.
Security of Instant Messaging is going unnoticed.
20 March, 2008
FaceTime Communications warns that with one in four employees admitting to sending information about company plans, finances or password/login credentials via instant messaging, organisations need to wake up to the use of real-time communications within the workplace.
Social networking and greynet threats to increase in 2008.
11 January, 2008
FaceTime Communications reviews 2007 in terms of threats resulting from Web 2.0, social networking and greynets and predicts their growth in 2008.
Advice for forum participants from FaceTime Security.
05 December, 2007
After discovering trade auctions for stolen credit card information on public forum, FaceTime Security issues advice to users who exchange innocent information on such web sites.
FaceTime launches the web guide to greynets.
05 December, 2007
Website devoted to greynets defines what they are, why they are a problem and what can be done about them along with free software to discover greynet usage in an organisation.
Greynets continue to thrive despite controlled IM
17 October, 2007
FaceTime discovers that despite Security Manager's supplying corporate internet messaging systems, unauthorised greynet IM systems continue to be a problem.
Greynet security incidents continue to grow rapidly.
17 October, 2007
FaceTime Communications survey reveals extent of exposure to security risks and compliance issues as a result of unauthorised greynet deployment in the workplace.
Facetime forecasts increase in IM threats
28 September, 2007
Facetime issues report on 3rd quarter findings of P2P and IM threats along with gloomy forecast for 4th quarter
IMAuditor complies with MiFID directive
25 September, 2007
Instant messaging auditor provides financial institutions with compliance means for latest Markets in Financial Instruments directive
Investment secured for development for unified communication and internet security
10 September, 2007
Unified security and compliance management at the heart of development to be accomplished with new round of funding
Single unified security for all types of web communications
10 September, 2007
Unified Gateway offers a single control for the security of web communications including instant messaging and skype.
FaceTime tops protection league for IM Management
27 August, 2007
FaceTime continues to lead in the field of Instant Messaging protection with continued revenue growth.
Increase in peer to peer incidents.
09 July, 2007
Real time communications pose an increasing threat to IT security with increased incidents observed over IM and P2P channels.