Verizon says 'Hacktivists' posed the biggest security threats in 2011; Huawei bullish on OTT video

Wireline news from across the Web:

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> Verizon's data breach investigations report says that 2011 was the year of the 'Hacktivist.' Post

> Fiberevolution analyzes the slow FTTH deployment trends taking place in France. Post

> Orange Business Services has achieved both new ISO and ISAE audit and assurance standards. Release

> TEOCO, Alcatel-Lucent and NetNumber have jointly created a pre-integrated Least Cost Routing (LCR) solution. Release

> Huawei believes that OTT can serve as a sound complementary video service that could help customers reduce churn by 10 percent. Article

And finally ... The National Security Agency, in response to an article authored by Wired last week, denies that it has the ability to "spy" on any consumers' e-mail messages. Article

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