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SimCentric Technologies to exhibit at ITEC at Rotterdam, Netherlands – 16th...

SimCentric Technologies will be exhibiting at ITEC in Rotterdam, 16th – 18th May 2017. With vast ongoing global investment in the VBS3 virtual platform including UK MoD (DVS), US Army (GFT) and US Marine Corps (DVTE & ISMT), SimCentric’s value adding VBS3 middleware maximizes the return on this financial and training investment for militaries worldwide.

At ITEC, SimCentric will be demonstrating their flagship VBS3 FiresFST Pro enabling full spectrum offensive fires, close air support and... Source: RealWire

Interoute launches Two Data Residency Compliant Object Storage zones in Switzerland

Interoute now has object storage capability in 7 of its 17 cloud zones covering UK, Netherlands, Germany and now Geneva and Zurich in Switzerland.London, 26 April 2017 - Interoute, owner-operator of a global cloud services platform and one of Europe's largest and most advanced networks, has expanded its Object Storage capability to its Networked Cloud zones in Switzerland with new resource in Geneva and Zurich.
Interoute’s Object Storage is a pay-as-you-go solution for any static... Source: RealWire

UK has first coal-free power day since the Industrial Revolution

Over half of the energy comes from natural gas; another 21% is nuclear power.

Fansubs for TV shows and movies are illegal, court rules

Anti-piracy group tells Dutch court they damage the industry.

Webcam sex blackmailer faces extradition to Canada to stand trial for...

Amanda Todd's alleged tormentor already in Dutch jail The man thought to be behind one of the most notorious cases of cyber bullying may finally face trial in Canada – after a Dutch court approved his extradition from the Netherlands.…

Hieronymus Bosch action figures are the greatest thing from any dimension

Fantastical, mystical worlds of a Medieval Dutch artist are now in glorious plastic.

Solar cell produces hydrogen to light the night

Ultrathin solar cells use less material, split water, don't destroy themselves.

In-the-wild exploits ramp up against high-impact sites using Apache Struts

Hackers are still exploiting the bug to install malware on high-impact sites.

Google announces three new cloud regions, contract discounts

Google's cloud regions are going places. The company announced Thursday that it's launching three new data centers in California, Canada, and the Netherlands, in addition to the company's existing footprint of 14 announced and live regions around th...

Google kills SHA-1 with successful collision attack

It's official: The SHA-1 cryptographic algorithm has been "SHAttered." Google successfully broke SHA-1. Now what?After years of warning that advances in modern computing meant a successful collision attack against SHA-1 was imminent, a team of researchers from Google and Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in the Netherlands have successfully developed the first successful SHA-1 collision.
In practical terms, SHA-1 should not be relied upon for practical security.[ 18 surprising tips for security pros. | Discover how to secure your systems with InfoWorld's Security Report newsletter. ]Modern cryptographic hash functions depend on the fact that the algorithm generates a different cryptographic hash for every file.

A hash collision refers to having two separate files with the same hash.

The fact that cryptographic weaknesses in SHA-1 make certificates using the SHA-1 algorithm potentially vulnerable to collision attacks is well-known.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology deprecated SHA-1 more than five years ago, and experts have been long urging organizations to switch to stronger hash algorithms. Up until now, the only thing going for SHA-1 was the fact that collision attacks were still expensive and theoretical.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Hit Rail signs new contract with Dutch railway NS to provide...

Hit Rail’s Hermes VPN provides enhanced connectivity for improved passenger information and reservation services for NS and partners Utrecht/Brussels, 21 February 2017 – International rail connectivity specialist Hit Rail B.V. has signed a three-year contract with Dutch railway operator NS to improve and upgrade its connectivity with other rail organisations through use of Hit Rail’s MPLS-based Hermes VPN (Virtual Private Network).

The agreement also covers the migration of the company’s connectivity with international ticketing joint... Source: RealWire

Teraki to use ASPIDER-NGI eSIM eConnect to embed data reduction capability

ASPIDER-NGI delivers eSIM eConnect to support Teraki OEM solutions to automotive OEMs & Manufacturers The Netherlands, Feb 14, 2017: ASPIDER-NGI, a leading provider of MVNE, IoT, eSIM and content solutions, today announced the supply of eSIM technologies to Berlin based Teraki, an innovative leader in data reduction solutions.ASPIDER-NGI is providing its new eSIM eConnect product to Teraki allowing them to control the security and deployment of the Teraki data reduction to its customers via the... Source: RealWire