One year on

Last updated: 11 April 2014

Today, dear reader, our blog is one year old. That’s right – our very first post was 365 days ago on 10th February 2011. We feel we have grown with the blog, expanding our hub to include a telecoms blog and one focused on enterprise security covering a multitude of topics and industries.

While ‘Digital Security’ as an overall topic is one that we associate ourselves with (and indeed pride ourselves on delivering to our customers), you’ll see the range of issues, areas and debates we have covered over the past year epitomize our commitment to the industry.

From telecom innovations and emerging technologies such as NFC, M2M and LTE – apt given we launched to coincide with Mobile World Congress 2011 (and will be exhibiting at this year’s Mobile World Congress 2012 too, drop by to see us in Hall 8 Stand 8A102) – via banking standards, hacking attacks, identity cards and digitized healthcare records to secure data, buildings, people and more, our blog has hopefully enlightened and educated.

Given our forays into Genesis songs that highlight how your walking pattern identifies you, or how Britney Spears might actually make a good CIO, you might also have been entertained by our blog posts and musings on all things related to Digital Security.

All that’s left to say is thank you for reading and sharing our blog content. This is only the beginning… so let us know what YOU want to read about in the future.

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