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The return of the Charity Blue Cube Security Sunshine Sevens

18/04/2018 by in category Blue Cube News

The return of the Charity Blue Cube Security Sunshine Sevens   After its phenomenal success last year, East Grinstead Rugby Football Club (EGRFC) will again play host to the 61st Blue Cube Security Sunshine Sevens, the oldest continuous RFU qualifying Sevens Tournament in England which will be held on Sunday 29 April 2018 at Saint Hill [...]

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Blue Cube set for double expansion

09/03/2018 by in category Blue Cube in the News

Blue Cube set for double expansion   Security VAR opens first London office, with second new base to follow West Sussex-based security VAR Blue Cube has kick-started a period of growth by opening an office in London, with its first northern base set to follow later this year. The expansion comes after a rethink of […]

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Blue Cube Security engage with Cyber Business Growth

02/03/2018 by in category Blue Cube News

Blue Cube Security engage with Cyber Business Growth   We at Blue Cube Security, engaged Cyber Business Growth (CBG) at what became a pivitol point in our company’s history. After 18 years of business, we entered 2017 with bold and ambitious growth plans and realised early on that we needed external advice to understand where […]

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Reseller bosses make their tech predictions for 2018

17/01/2018 by in category Blue Cube in the News

Reseller bosses make their tech predictions for 2018   After two years of surprises in the form of Brexit, Trump and another UK election, it is likely that 2018 will be a year of consolidation and implementation for the volatile geopolitical landscape of recent years. This year will be the final full 12 months with […]

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Return Of Bleichenbacher Oracle Threat [ROBOT]

13/12/2017 by in category Blogs

Return Of Bleichenbacher Oracle Threat [ROBOT]   ROBOT – Return Of Bleichenbacher Oracle Threat, is an attack model based on Daniel Bleichenbacher chosen-ciphertext attack. Bleichenbacher discovered an adaptive-chosen ciphertext attack against protocols using RSA, he demonstrated the ability to perform RSA private-key operations.  Researchers have been able to exploit the same vulnerability with small variations to the Bleichenbacher attack. […]

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Beware of the ROBOT vulnerability

12/12/2017 by in category Blue Cube News

Beware of the ROBOT vulnerability   The Vulnerability   ROBOT is the return of a 19-year-old vulnerability that allows performing RSA decryption and signing operations with the private key of a TLS server. In 1998, Daniel Bleichenbacher discovered that the error messages given by SSL servers for errors in the PKCS #1 1.5 padding allowed […]

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Blue Cube Security Christmas Drinks 2017

07/12/2017 by in category Blue Cube News

Blue Cube Security Christmas Drinks 2017   Thank you to everyone who attended the Blue Cube’s Christmas drinks 2017 on 6th of December. Happy Christmas to all our customers and suppliers and we look forward to a successful 2018!

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Blue Cube Security CEO Gary Haycock-West appears in CRN A-List 2018

04/12/2017 by in category Blue Cube in the News

Blue Cube Security CEO Gary Haycock-West appears in CRN A-List 2018   The idea behind the CRN A-List is to give some of the channel’s top names a chance to show their playful side, although as ever we have also thrown in some more sober, business related questions too. Read Gary Haycock-West’s answers on page 25 […]

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6 ways the GDPR will affect VAR Sales People

23/11/2017 by in category Blogs

6 ways the GDPR will affect VAR Sales People   We all know the inevitable GDPR is approaching and whilst organisations prepare for the incoming legislation, many haven’t considered its effects on daily operations, particularly for Value Added Resellers within the IT security channel. Here we’ve collated the 6 most significant changes which we expect […]

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Bad Rabbit ransomware outbreak

25/10/2017 by in category Blogs

Bad Rabbit ransomware outbreak   Organizations in Russia and Ukraine were under siege on Tuesday 24 October 2017 from Bad Rabbit, a strain of ransomware with similarities to NotPetya. By evening, the outbreak was reportedly spreading into Europe, including Turkey and Germany. Victims reported so far include airports, train stations and news agencies. Russia’s Interfax news agency reported on Twitter that […]

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