LONDON, November 22 /PRNewswire/ -- With up to 25 million individual
personal records missing on two UK Government CDs in the "Datagate"
scandal, the following advice on maximizing personal data security is
offered today to companies and individuals by MXI Security, a provider of
portable security solutions for the most demanding customers.
LONDON, November 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States Department of the
Treasury designated the Tamil Rehabilitation Organisation (TRO) under
Executive order 13224 on the 15 November 2007. This move by the Office of
Foreign Assets Control aims to target financing vehicles of terrorist
groups. TRO branches globally reportedly collected in excess of US$20m in
post-2004 tsunami fundraising alone.
ARM (LSE:ARM); (Nasdaq:ARMHY) today announced at CARTES & IDentification
2007 in Paris, France, the availability of the ARM(R) SecurCore(R)
SC300(TM) processor, designed specifically for contactless and USB smart
cards and embedded security applications. The new product, based upon the
popular Cortex(TM)-M3 processor, combines the proven security features of
ARM SecurCore processors, currently the most widely-licensed 32-bit RISC
CPU for smart cards worldwide, with the code efficiency of the Thumb(R)-2
instruction set architecture, doubling energy efficiency and performance.
Yoggie Security Systems(TM) today announced that its revolutionary
Internet Security device has been awarded "Best of Innovations 2008 -
Computer Accessories" by the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The Yoggie
Pico(TM) is a USB key-sized Personal Security Computer with 12 security
applications. It connects to any PC or laptop - blocking Internet threats
outside the host computer and boosting PC and laptop performance by
offloading installed security software.
STOCKPORT, England, November 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Only 49% of British adults
trust their housemates not to use their credit or debit cards without
their consent, reveals new research from YouGov, commissioned by security
software company So Protect Me. Despite this lack of trust, one in three
British adults store their cards in a place that is easily accessible by
their co-habitees, leaving them open to the risk of domestic fraud.