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Businesses needn't skimp on security: SecPoint's Protector offers unbeatable value

The latest network Protector from Danish IT security experts SecPoint means corporate customers worldwide can protect their businesses from escalating network threats despite the downturn...

While firms are cutting costs anyway they can, security professionals running IT departments are unwilling to let budgets compromise their ability to fend off malware, spam and denial of service attacks with good reason.

How Secure is Your Corporate Wi-Fi Network? Test it With SecPoint

With WPA encryption already being cracked, and hackers harnessing graphics cards to break wireless keys in minutes, firms should look at SecPoint's wireless testing product the Penetrator to ensure their networks are secure...

Network experts have recently demonstrated how to detect a wireless network 3.6km away using a metal pole; how to break the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) key that WPA uses in under 15 minutes; and how to speed up encryption key cracking 10,000 times by graphics card processors in a business network.

ObjectSecurity Partners with Secerno to Provide Enhanced Policy-Driven Database Security Solutions

(Cambridge/UK, Oxford/UK – 22 September 2008) – ObjectSecurity, the leading solutions provider for model-driven security management and secure information sharing in mission-critical industries such as air traffic control, today announced that they have signed a partnership agreement with Secerno, the award-winning provider of database activity monitoring and blocking solutions that deliver comprehensive database security, with zero false positives.

SecPoint provides prize-winning Wi-Fi security with the Penetrator

Danish IT security enterprise SecPoint (www.secpoint.com) has made life miserable for hackers all over the world, winning an international award for its pioneering Penetrator which prevents intruders from entering wireless networks.

The renowned PC World Innovation Award for SecPoint's Penetrator (www.secpoint.com/secpoint-penetrator.html), speaks for itself. And the designation has delighted the owner of the enterprise, Victor Christiansenn.

RightNow August ’08 Adds Web2.0 and Online Collaboration Capabilities to On Demand CRM Solution

RightNow’s New Customer Portal, Co-browse, and Proactive Chat Helps Organisations Brand the Online Service Experience...

Maidenhead, UK. — Aug 26, 2008

Today RightNow® Technologies (NASDAQ: RNOW) introduces August ’08, the latest version of the company’s on demand, customer relationship management (CRM) solution. August ‘08 harnesses the power of Web 2.0 to enable consumer-centric organisations to transform their static website support environments into branded, highly interactive online service experiences for customers.

Web 2.0: New RightNow Customer Portal

Leading digital entrepreneurs to speak at Being-Digital

mashup* Event - the organisers of the highly successful series of evening discussion and debate evenings in London - announce the final programme, demo companies and speaker participation at the Being-Digital conference www.being-digital.com) on the 10th June at BAFTA in London.

Note: Free places are available to journalists - please email simon@mashupevent.com for further details on how to reserve your ticket.

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DIGITAL TV SECURITY: KOREA’S KBS SELECTS XCRYPT CAS

Xcrypt CAS to protect international digital distribution of KBS World TV...

Seoul – Xcrypt, Inc. (www.xcrypt.co.kr) today announced that KBS, Korea’s national broadcaster and biggest public television network, has selected Xcrypt’s Conditional Access System to secure the worldwide distribution of its KBS World TV channel.

Xcrypt CAS was selected among top-tier CAS providers to encrypt KBS’ World TV channel using Xcrypt’s secure and innovative technology and hardware.

Possible link between wireless and autism in new report

A groundbreaking scientific study published this week in the peer-reviewed Australasian Journal of Clinical Environmental Medicine warns that wireless communication technology may be responsible for accelerating the rise in autism among the world's children*.

Autism is a disabling neuro-developmental disorder whose cause is not completely understood, but is known to involve heavy metal toxicity. American advocacy groups call autism 'the fastest-growing developmental disability in the United States.'

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