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The Computer Emergency Response Team was originally set up by Carnegie Mellon University in the late 1980s in response to the first widespread infection of computers by malicious software. With Government funding, CERT was set up to counter future problems of this nature. Since then, many commercial companies have been established to counter the threat of malicious code but CERT still operates as a centre of research and expertise and its role has expanded to encompass all aspects of computer and network security.

Swarm Cyberattacks Increase in Volume
The sophistication of attacks targeting organisations is accelerating at an unprecedented rate, according to Fortinet
Technology emphasis enables GDPR compliance
Panasonic Business has stressed the importance of technology ahead of the introduction of new EU regulations on data protection
Fire doors protect UK energy company
Scottish Power has taken compliant fire doors from Abloy Uk for the security and safety of the company battery rooms
UK security officer commended for bravery
Bravery commendation received by Securitas employee for quick thinking during incident at UCAS facility
Cyber intrusion detection meets PCI DSS requirements
Testing reveals that the Magna intrusion detection platform from LightCyber meets PCI DSS compliance requirements
Award for integrated physical and cyber security
AEOS end to end security from Nedap Security Management gains press award for combining digital security with access control
Gesture control for video management
Synectics EX300 product uses tablet system to take gesture based commands from the operator for the control of certain video management system functions
Camera software adds speed to video encoder
Panasonic has reduced surveillance network latency with software on cameras which accelerate the H.265 video encoding
Campaign targets unsafe powered gates
Association of Locksmiths supports Gate Safety Week in October to promote the safe installation and use of powered gates and barriers
Increased deployment options for privileged access manager
Centrify Privilege Service is now available in the cloud or on premises as well as through PIM as a service
Surveillance cameras protect Hull trains
Hull train operator is providing protection for its assets and safety for its passengers with the introduction of on-board CCTV surveillance
CCTV supplier opens training office and showroom in UK
Hikvision has expanded its presence in the UK with a new facility in Uxbridge for use as an office as well as showroom and training suite
Angler exploit kit analysis
Kaspersky Lab takes part in the downfall of cyber criminal group responsible for the distribution of the Angler exploit kit
Covert level IV armour in the security industry
Safeguard Armour discusses the use and advantages of covert level IV armour for security operatives
Intruder detection systems at Security Essen
Optex is attending the Security Essen event this year with its intruder detection and people counting products
Wearable transport ticketing for Rio
Gemalto has provided public transport operators in Rio de Janeiro with the means to deploy contactless wearable ticketing for its travellers
Central management platform for wireless Protection
Sophos is providing simple protection of wireless networks through its cloud based management platform to avoid the need for on-premises servers
Unified security platform enhancements
Access control and surveillance integration as well as a new disaster recovery mode characterise the latest release of Genetec Security Center at version 5.5
Industry expert joins locking company
A new product sales manager joins Pickersgill-Kaye with industry experience in the field of high security locking systems
Fending off the modern day barbarians
Dan Joe Barry of Napatech uses the analogy of Hadrians Wall to illustrate existing approaches to network security and how to take a more modern stance
Electronic signatures for EU trust services providers
eSignLive from Vasco provides EU organisations with eIDAS-compliant electronic signature capabilities
IT security best practices applied to access control
AEOS end to end security employs encryption and strong authentication for hardened access control protection
Integrated intruder detection for electricity company
Qognify and Senstar have integrated their PSIM and fibre optic intruder detection system to provide better security for an electricity utility company
Staff protection for community outreach company
Guardian24 has been entrusted to protect Gateway Family Services’ outreach staff via Smartphone apps.
Reducing cyber attack risks in industrial automation
Belden subsidiary, Tripwire, is now offering Configuration Compliance Manager for providing security to industrial automation systems
Industrial network security vulnerability
Kaspersky Lab uncovers remote relay protection equipment access vulnerability affecting critical infrastructure
Key management system eases security at university
The Manchester Metropolitan university has taken key and asset management tracking equipment from Traka to improve campus security
Retail sector lone worker guide
The BSIA is providing assistance to the retail industry with a guide published to detail lone worker safety systems
Integrated document OS has high read speed
Testing confirms speed of Gemalto operating system embedded in Sealys electronic passports
Report names top video analytics provider
The latest video content analysis report from IHS names Agent Vi as the largest provider of video analytics software
Illegal market in hacked servers
Kaspersky Lab has uncovered an underground market where the commodity being traded is access to servers which have been hacked
Scandinavian bank takes bio-sourced payment cards
Gemalto has been involved in a project to supply The Baltic Sea Project with bank cards sourced from sustainable materials
Mobile CCTV tackles harsh environments
CCTV surveillance products from Hikvision are being used in mobile monitoring applications in Nottingham in harsh conditions
Integrated video analytics in central monitoring system
Agent Vi and SureView Systems have integrated their products to bring cloud based video analytics into security monitoring stations
Face biometrics system for video surveillance
The VideoEdge IP surveillance system from Tyco Security Products is now available with face biometrics for individual identification and verification
Mobile point of sale security for Middle East
Hardware security modules from Thales e-Security are being used by payment technology company for mobile card payments in the UAE
Developer programme for simplified access control
New developer programme from Centrify provides simplified single sign-on, multi-factor authentication and access control
Three quarters of employees happy with mobile security
Survey by HID Global examines employee attitudes in Europe towards security issues and the use of mobile devices in the workplace
Common criteria certification for HSM equipment
The nShield hardware security modules available from Thales e-Security gain common criteria EAL4+ certification
New security academy to open in London
IPSA signs agreement with GICIS on the formation of a security training academy in London to facilitate additional required capacity
VMS helps in operational success of Chinese airport
A large airport in Shanghai is achieving operational improvements as well as security using Qognify video management system
Protect against fake tickets for Olympic Games
Kaspersky Lab is warning sports fans of the dangers associated with fake tickets for the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games which are currently widely available
Cyber threat regionalisation survey
SophosLabs research shows trend towards geographical targetting of cyber attacks
IP surveillance provides safety at coastal fun park
Wisenet III cameras are being used at Adventure Island fun park in Southend to keep families safe
Access control system for smart library
Salto Systems has provided the access control system for the Libraries Extra scheme being run in the Brighton and Hove district
Video surveillance protects Milan hotel
A large hotel in the centre of Milan is protecting its property and guests with a hybrid security surveillance installation from March Networks
Hybrid network appliance for mixed security systems
Genetec is smoothing the passage for operators of analogue security systems to progress to hybrid and IP environments with a new hybrid network appliance
Lone worker protection for social housing company
RCT Homes has become the latest social housing provider to protect its staff with the use of personal safety alarms from Guardian24
Behavioural biometrics development for banking customers
Nationwide is introducing extensions to PIN and password security for its mobile app for customers banking on the move
High definition card printing with wasteless lamination
HID Global is keeping card production costs down and eliminating laminate waste with its latest direct-to-card printing system
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