We believe that good luck always comes in multiples. You don’t believe so? How about the fact that Nokia has been acknowledging Defencely Cloud Security Services for not only one, but three months in a row now (i.e. February 2013, March 2013 and April 2013)
What’s more invigorating for all of us is that these acknowledgements are from their 2013 Hall of Fame security webpage, depicting that even in this time and age, a company as ginormous as Nokia still believes on 3rd party security service providers.
Nothing delights us more than breaking news about our recent achievements. Well, for 3 consecutive times, we were acknowledged loud and clear at Google Hall of Fame webpage (Honorable Mention Section & Vulnerability Rewards Section). The reasons are of course obvious; we had our radar searching for the search engine giant’s security weaknesses; we spotted them and reported them like clockwork.
The ever popular Defencely x DressHead Women’s Open Front Draping Jacket – Fashionable Hemline is one that will never go out of style. This year, we are offering one of our best women’s car-length parkas, as a delightful example of a traditional style. The length just covers the hip area, and is quite figure flattering, with its simple, straight cut. The parka is made from our premium quality fabric, and has a warm, plush faux fur lining. This jacket has long sleeves with ribbed knit trim at the cuffs. It has an attached fur-lined hood at the neckline, which can be worn down, or up over the head to help keep out the cold. It comes in a lovely shade of deep maroon and has contrasting dark gray faux fur lining. It closes in front with a metal zipper. Two slanted pockets can be found on the lower part of the parka. This is a great coat for casual outdoor activities. Pair this Defencely x DressHead Women’s Open Front Draping Jacket – Fashionable Hemline with leggings and furry boots for a spectacular winter look.
Two years ago, in one of its case studies, CISCO CEO hinted that cyber security threats are on the rise. Back then, the overall number of companies was ignoring online security parameters, which is why the U.S. government never sanctioned a lot of loans to benefit security services providers.
Whatever happened next, everyone is aware of it… Companies started losing not only revenue to cyber attacks, but they also lost a great deal of valued customers. The latter, in any case, is more damaging to businesses that depend on prospering through customer reputation. (more…)