De La Rue Identity Systems, a world leader in secure e-government identity solutions, today announced that it is supplying Malta's Government with a complete ePassport system that fully integrates with the country's existing National Identity Management System (NIDMS). A technically advanced solution, all elements have been specifically designed to meet necessary software development and integration needs, whilst also providing and linking the ePassport, border control, PKI(1) and eID systems together.
Over 5000 Companies Encode Assets to Prevent Them From Being Stolen. The Dutch company Permanentmark Security Systems Europe recently sold its 1 millionth anti-theft set. This set enables companies and private individuals to encode all their assets with professional identification marks, for instance cars, caravans, computers, bicycles or televisions. This waterproof and indelible ownership data prevents goods from being stolen and helps international investigative authorities to recover stolen property.
Annually, in the European Union over 100 million goods are stolen, of which 1.4 million are cars.
Tata Communications, a leading provider of a new world of communications today announced the global availability of its Vulnerability Management Service (VMS). Tata Communications' VMS is part of its Managed Security Services suite and is built upon Qualys' industry leading QualysGuard(R) vulnerability management and compliance solutions.
injan Inc., a leader in secure web gateway products, today announced that its Malicious Code Research Center (MCRC) has documented step-by-step how corporate data were being stolen and stored on remote servers owned by criminals. In its October 2008 Malicious Page of the Month report, Finjan describes how a corporate user, while browsing the web for his regular business needs, got infected with a Trojan.