News of Note—UPN, Comcast Business, SEC and more

news of note

> New data related to the number of premises where superfast broadband services have been made available as a result of Broadband Delivery UK-supported projects has been published by the UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. TeleGeography article

> Unite Private Networks signed a new agreement with Nebraska-based York College. Release

> Cybercrime experts from 23 countries, including regions in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and South America, took part in Interpol’s Digital Security Challenge event. Security Brief Asia article

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> Comcast Business announced a deal to supply fiber-based internet and phone services to Weavertown Environmental Group, an environmental and industrial consulting and services company. Release

> The Securities and Exchange Commission has put out an "interpretive release," building on previous guidance, telling publicly held companies to provide more information about their vulnerability to cyberattacks. TechCrunch article

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