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Welcome to our weekly news roundup where we highlight our top stories of the week. The LastPass August security breach continues to haunt them - Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse, LastPass has been hit by another incident that is seemingly related to the previous incident in August. This time the hackers have gained access to decryption keys and can now access encrypted customer data.

AWS sets its eyes on South East Asia with a new region on Malaysia - AWS has joined the list of cloud providers looking to get a piece of the South East Asia cloud market with the announcement that it will be investing $6 billion into Malaysian operations by 2037 including the establishment of a new cloud region in the country.

XDR solution for small MSPs - WatchGuard has done what it does best, to democratise solutions that are typically available to large enterprises and to make them accessible to small businesses. Read more about WatchGuard’s XDR solution in our news article.

No more TikTok on work devices, US government says - US federal government employees have been given 30 days to remove TikTok from their work devices over fears that the app could be used by the Chinese government to spy on the US. This is just the beginning of what could be a nationwide ban of the video sharing app.

ManageEngine expands its Log360 solution with risk and security posture management - The company’s unified SIEM solution will now include an extra layer of security on top of the existing security features which include data loss prevention (DLP), cloud access security broker (CASB), compliance management.

Arm snubs London to get listed on New York Stock Exchange - The UK government did all it could but in the end, it was not enough to convince Arm to go for a dual listing. The semiconductor company will still retain its headquarters in the UK and has said it could consider a dual listing in the future.

Metaverse virtual events platform Flox has appointed Brian Diamond as North American CEO to lead the business’ US expansion. Diamond joins from his position as a leading business advisor and investor - in start-ups and scale-ups across multiple categories - to propel Flox US through its next stage of growth.

UK Consortium refuses to let the £480 million NHS contract go without a fight - The contract to build a Federated Data Platform (FDP) for the NHS was floated in January this year and everyone seems to believe US Spy-tech firm, Palantir is the clear winner. However, three vendors from the UK consortium have also entered the race and will be leveraging the fact that they are local companies to try and undercut Palantir.

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