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All 8 results for "Sophos"

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Cyber Security (12 Dec 2013)

Lord Gardiner of Kimble: ...to increase awareness of cyber security amongst both the general public and small businesses. The campaign, led by the Home Office and backed by 4 million of funding from the NCSP, is to be launched next month. It is being supported by a broad range of organisations, including Facebook, BT, a number of anti-virus companies such as Sophos, banks and financial organisations as well as...

Written Ministerial Statements — Cabinet Office: UK Cyber Security Strategy (12 Dec 2013)

Francis Maude: ...to increase awareness of cyber-security among both the general public and small businesses. The campaign, led by the Home Office and backed by 4 million of funding from the NCSP, is to be launched next month. It is being supported by a broad range of organisations, including Facebook, BT, a number of anti-virus companies such as Sophos, banks and financial organisations as well as...

Cyberattacks: EU Committee Report — Motion to Take Note (14 Oct 2010)

Lord Reid of Cardowan: ...expensive and they do not have to give away the attacker. That is the nature of the problem that we are facing. As the good Lord said, it is growing exponentially. I spoke yesterday to somebody from Sophos. When noble Lords turn on their parliamentary machine, they will see that they are protected by Sophos. He told me that last year Sophos found 5,000 incidents of Malware every day among...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Departmental ICT (17 Dec 2007)

Jim Knight: ...EDV-Systeme GmbH QAS Limited QLogic Corporation Qube Global Software Quest Software Inc RealVNC Limited Research In Motion Limited RSA Security Inc SafeNet Inc Semio Sherpa Software Softerra Limited Sophos Plc Source Code Technology Holdings Inc SPSS Inc Sun Microsystems Inc Symantec Corporation TANDBERG Telelogic AB Trend Micro VMWare Inc Websense Inc WinZip International LLC

Written Answers — Innovation, Universities and Skills: Departmental ICT (13 Dec 2007)

David Lammy: ...-Systeme GmbH QAS Limited QLogic Corporation Qube Global Software Quest Software Inc. RealVNC Limited Research In Motion Limited RSA Security Inc. SafeNet Inc. Semio Sherpa Software Softerra Limited Sophos Plc Source Code Technology Holdings Inc. SPSS Inc. Sun Microsystems Inc. Symantec Corporation TANDBERG Telelogic AB Trend Micro VMWare Inc. Websense Inc. WinZip International LLC

Written Answers — Transport: Departmental ICT (28 Nov 2007)

Jim Fitzpatrick: ...Cyberlink, Danka, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, Identex, Kodak McAfee, Microsoft, Neurascript, Novell, Nuance, Omega First Ltd. Oracle, Pro Atria, QAS, SAP, SAS, Scanoptics, Siebel SmartIdentity, Software AG, Sophos, Sybase, Synapse Adaptive, Logic Group, TIBCO Staffware, Treehouse Software Driving Standards Agency (DSA) Adobe, Amberpoint, Autocad, Automobile Association, BancTec, BEA,...

Written Answers — Northern Ireland: Departmental ICT (27 Nov 2007)

Paul Goggins: .... SAP Oracle iB Solutions Croma Photobase Sopra Newell and Budge Computer Associates Seagate Dataflex Adobe Symantec Microsoft Tower Livelink Kofax Netiq Citrix Commvault HP Altris Websense Finjan Sophos Sandersons Real Asset Management plc. Fluent Technology Ltd. Business Objects

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Departmental ICT (26 Nov 2007)

Meg Munn: ...(desktop operating system and office automation), Oracle (financial and human resources), McAfee (anti-virus), Adobe (portable document reader), Citrix (web-based applications) and Hewlett-Packard, Sophos, Mailmarshall and Clearswift (network management). Many other software products are in use to meet specific functional needs in the UK and at posts overseas.


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