Monthly Archives: November 2016

US court dismisses Symantec lawsuit against Veeam

Symantec lawsuit filings claim the vendor was first Symantec filed two lawsuits in 2012 in the Northern California court claiming Veeam’s software infringed on seven Symantec storage, restore and backup patents. While preparing its court defense, Veeam had also challenged … Continue reading

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Being displayed today at AWS Show … Sophos protects server instances in Amazon Cloud

Designed to secure business critical servers without sacrificing performance, Sophos Server Protection protects Windows and Linux servers from malicious attacks using a variety of traditional and next-gen methods, including Malicious Traffic Detection, Application Whitelisting (Lockdown), and soon CryptoGuard anti-ransomware capabilities. … Continue reading

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Sophos responds to the new Investigatory Powers Act

Since the Snowden revelations, it is not news to anyone that GCHQ and other government agencies are spying on UK citizens’ online activities. Whatever you may feel about government snooping, it could be argued that all the Investigatory Powers Act … Continue reading

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