INSIDE SECURE ACQUIRES METAFORIC, GAINING ACCESS TO KEY TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENABLING CLOUD-BASED MOBILE PAYMENTS SECURITY ·

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Aix-en-Provence, France, April 7, 2014 – INSIDE Secure, a leader in embedded security solutions for mobile and connected devices, today announced that it has acquired Metaforic, a leader in the development of software obfuscation technologies and encryption-related security software for a variety of industries, including the mobile payment and mobile banking markets. (read the full story here)



Security Firm CertiVox Bags $8M To Grow Its Secure Alternative To Passwords ·

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London based security company CertiVox, which sells information security infrastructure-as-a-service — providing enterprises with a multi-factor online authentication solution that does away with the need for passwords and usernames, has closed an $8 million Series B round of investment from new investors NTT Docomo Ventures (making its first investment in Europe), along with existing investor Octopus Investments. (read the full story on Techcrunch)



SecretSales.com selected to join London Stock Exchange’s Elite program ·

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SecretSales.com a fast-growing London company is among the first 19 to join the London Stock Exchange’s Elite programme launched today to help them to accelerate growth. (read the full story here)



Secretsales to boost customer numbers with £4.5m investment ·

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Secretsales.com has raised £4.5m in investment that it plans to spend on improving its customer acquisition and retention, as well as boosting its technology and infrastructure.

The third-round funding comes from Partech Ventures through its new Partech VI fund, French private equity business 123Venture, existing investors Pentech and Doughty Hanson as well as the business’ co-founders and key managers. (read the full story here)



Online wealth management firm Nutmeg scores investment ·

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Nigel Wray, chairman of Saracens rugby club and well-known entrepreneur, has made a significant investment in online wealth management company Nutmeg. (read the full story here)



CROATIA AIRLINES SELECT FLIGHTMAN’S ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAG SOFTWARE ·

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Flightman today announced that Croatia’s national flag carrier, Croatia Airlines, signed a contract to install their EFB (Electronic Flight Bag) software across their fleet of Airbus and Bombardier aircraft. Croatia Airlines selected the suite of Flightman EFB software applications to improve their operational efficiency, reduce costs and provide interconnectivity within their back office enterprise applications. (read the full story here)



Outplay announce Monster Legacy in collaboration with Facebook’s Mobile Games Publishing Program ·

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Outplay Entertainment, one of the UK’s leading social and mobile game companies, on 30th July in collaboration with Facebook’s Mobile Games Publishing Program, announced Monster Legacy, a thrilling new monster battling and collecting game for iOS. (read the full story here)



The password is ‘dead’ – long live the pin! CertiVox announces the launch of the M-Pin™ Strong Authentication. ·

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CertiVox, a leading provider of web 2.0 security services, today announced the launch of the M-Pin™ Strong Authentication System, the first open source, multi-factor authentication system for web, cloud and mobile applications (read the full story here)



WESTJET ENCORE AND FLIGHTMAN COMMENCE ELECTRONIC FLIGHT BAG SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT ·

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Flightman today announced that Canadian airline, WestJet Encore, signed a contract to install their Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) software across their entire fleet of Bombardier Q400 NextGen series aircraft.
WestJet Encore selected Flightman to provide the EFB software infrastructure to support their move towards a paperless cockpit. (read the full story here)



Wealth Manager: how Nutmeg plans to become the Amazon of finance ·

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Londoners cannot have failed to see the adverts for Nutmeg peppering Tube carriages, and the new online discretionary manager’s profile received an unexpected boost from Barclays earlier this month when one of its analysts accidentally sent an email praising its website to the firm rather than to a colleague. (read the full story here)