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Integralis shrugs off credit crunch in H1

Integralis, the German-owned, IT security services firm, pumped out a H1 statement today, showing sales up 18.4 per cent to €80.4m (H107: €68m). As it's quoted in Germany, the firm is a little spare with the profit details. But it says operating profit was up 51.1 per cent and it notes a big uplift in cash flow from operating …
Team Register, 14 Aug 2008
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Integralis reports blissful nine months

IT security vendor Integralis said today that revenue had grown by more than 15 per cent to €111m for the first nine months of this year. It said profit also rose to €2.8m for that period, the same level achieved in the full year 2006, while recurring revenues from managed security and support services were said to be up 20 per …
Kelly Fiveash, 14 Nov 2007
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Given a beardie nerd the kiss of life? There's a medal for that

Have you ever resuscitated a Ruby developer? Heimlich manoeuvred a Hadoop hacker? Applied a tourniquet to a tester in QA? If you, or someone you know in the IT industry, has performed a feat of first aid at work, St John Ambulance would like to hear from you. The charity is seeking first-aid heroes of the tech sector for the …
Anna Leach, 06 Jun 2012
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NTT to buy German security services firm

Japanese telecoms giant NTT is to take over Germany's Integralis AG in a deal that values the security VAR at €75m. NTT Communications Corp, a subsidiary of NTT, will pay €6.75 per share for Integralis, a 70 per cent premium over the VAR's three month average share price, and a 35 per cent premium over its price at closing …
Joe Fay, 30 Jun 2009
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UK banks ignore security audit findings

Some UK corporates routinely ignore the findings of security audits treating them solely as a necessary step to satisfy corporate governance regulations, according to an experienced penetration tester. Tim Ecott, managing consultant at security integrator Integralis, explained that banks and other financial institutions are …
John Leyden, 19 May 2005
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Guerilla marketing tactics spawn viral fears

Users could be induced into spamming all their contacts after a greeting card site decided to apply highly questionable social engineering tricks to its latest marketing campaign. AV vendor Sophos reports receiving several calls from users concerned they have received or sent a virus disguised as a link to a greetings card on …
John Leyden, 25 Oct 2002
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Barracuda plays the hippie card in Trend Micro patent row

Barracuda Networks has called on open source advocates to help fight its patent dust-up with Trend Micro over the Clam AntiVirus software package. Specifically, the provider of network-based security products for email and websites is asking for help in dredging up old technologies that were developed prior to the filing of the …
Dan Goodin, 29 Jan 2008
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Different approach to intrusion detection touted

A security firm has put together two intrusion detection products to create technology it says takes a different approach to defending against hack attacks. CentraxICE, from security integrator Articon-Integralis, is positioned as a product which provides "defence in depth" from hack attacks beyond that offered by firewalls. It …
John Leyden, 09 Mar 2001
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Hacking contest publicity stunt backfires

A cunning plan by a security firm to publicise its product by challenging hackers to deface a Web site has backfired. Argus Systems hoped to promote itself at the Infosecurity exhibition in London this week by running a $50,000 competition inviting hackers to break into a Web server protected by its intrusion protection …
John Leyden, 25 Apr 2001
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Future trends in security – 3i survey

When investment house 3i casts its eye over the future development of Internet security the market takes note. After all 3i is a significant stakeholder in the industry and is in an interesting position to gauge trends in the market. So it was with interest that we went along last Wednesday night to hear about 3i's white paper …
John Leyden, 28 Jan 2002
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Bug puts Unix servers in a BIND

Security watchers are warning that a security flaw affecting Domain Name System servers running Unix could prove difficult to fix. A buffer overflow vulnerability in DNS Resolver Library represents a serious risk to many Unix system using the BIND or BSD resolver libraries, CERT warned last week. It warned that a remote …
John Leyden, 02 Jul 2002