Cyber as a Culture: Four Steps To Mitigate Insider Threats

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The Street

By Esme Learning An overlooked cybersecurity threat: insider attacks Insider cybersecurity incidents, in which individuals take advantage of authorized access to a company’s systems, have always been costly. Over the years, a series of high-profile companies have fallen victim to insider attacks. Target lost US $300 million after cyber criminals accessed 40 million payment card numbers and 70 million personal data accounts via a refrigeration vendor. The New York Post scrambled to undo the damage done to its reputation after one of its employees posted a series of unapproved messages to its so… Read More “Cyber as a Culture: Four Steps To Mitigate Insider Threats”

A Final Tech Dash As The Year Draws Closer To An End

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ValueWalk

It has been a challenging year on the market amid surging inflation and aggressive monetary tightening by the central bank. Investors and analysts have been burning the midnight oil extra hard this year, scrambling in all sorts of directions to find cushioning assets that can shield their portfolios from a potential recession. Right from the start companies went on a cut-back rampage, slashing their forward-looking guidance for the year, while others were seen embarking on mass employee layoffs in an attempt to save their bottom line. Q3 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Industry l… Read More “A Final Tech Dash As The Year Draws Closer To An End”

Keke Palmer’s Boyfriend Darius Jackson Pays Tribute To The Mother-To-Be After ‘SNL’ Pregnancy Reveal

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OK Magazine

Keke Palmer and Darius Jackson are expecting a bundle of joy! After the funny lady, 29, made the big announcement during her Saturday Night Live hosting gig on Saturday, December 3, her baby daddy took to his Instagram Story to pay tribute to the mother of his child. “2023 ❤️,” the YouTube creator, who has been dating Palmer since 2021, captioned a sweet snap of the Hustlers star making a pouty face while holding her growing belly in a brown sweater dress. EVERYTHING WE KNOW ABOUT KEKE PALMER’S PAST RUMORED FLAMES & BURNT-OUT BEAUS: PHOTOS On Sunday, December 4, Palmer took to her own Instagra… Read More “Keke Palmer’s Boyfriend Darius Jackson Pays Tribute To The Mother-To-Be After ‘SNL’ Pregnancy Reveal”

Brazil become outright Cup favourites following brilliant South Korea demolition

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90min (EN)

By Michael Graham If you love football (and are not from Argentina) there is surely no greater sight than Brazil in full flight. Their 4-1 demolition South Korea in the last 16 of the World Cup was as beautiful as it was brutal, and served as a timely reminder that they are ready to end a 20-year wait to be World champions again. In many ways, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has bucked the trend of the group stage establishing a clear favourite to win the competition. All the most-fancied teams sparkled at times and stuttered at others. France lost to Tunisia, Argentina lost to Saudi Arabia, Brazi… Read More “Brazil become outright Cup favourites following brilliant South Korea demolition”

Roy Keane rages at ‘disrespectful’ Brazil celebrations against South Korea

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By Michael Graham Brazil have attracted the ire of former Man Utd star Roy Keane as he branded their dancing celebrations at the World Cup ‘disrespectful.’ The five-time winners thrashed South Korea 4-1 in the last 16 on Monday and they broke out a group dance to celebrate every one of their goals. When Richarlison netted the third, he ran over to the bench and got coach Tite involved too, and that didn’t go down well with Keane. “I can’t believe what I’m watching, I can’t believe what I’m watching, it’s like watching Strictly [Come Dancing],” Keane raged on ITV. “I don’t like this. People say… Read More “Roy Keane rages at ‘disrespectful’ Brazil celebrations against South Korea”

Broadcom and VMware: Investing for Customer Value

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CIO

By Hock Tan, Broadcom President & CEO In October I shared my thoughts about what a combined Broadcom and VMware will mean for customers. I wrote about the conversations I’ve had to date, the future of multi-cloud, and our philosophy on pricing, and I reiterated Broadcom’s commitment to keeping customers at the center of our business. Nonetheless, I’ve continued to see questions in press reports about whether we intend to raise prices on VMware products. The answer is simple: No. Given the continued interest, I wanted to expand on my thoughts about the pending transaction and share more on how … Read More “Broadcom and VMware: Investing for Customer Value”

Trade war over green subsidies looms large over EU-US tech summit

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Euronews (English)

The shadow of an imminent trade war over green subsidies is looming large at a high-level EU-US summit taking place on Monday. Two vice presidents of the European Commission – Margrethe Vestager and Valdis Dombrovskis – are meeting at the University of Maryland with their US counterparts to discuss and deepen cooperation on economic matters of common interest. The format, known as Trade and Technology Council (TTC), was launched last year to reset transatlantic relations after the fraught Trump years, which saw both sides slapping commercial tariffs on each other. Although not a main item on t… Read More “Trade war over green subsidies looms large over EU-US tech summit”

ChatGPT is the dazzling, scary future of AI chatbots

Someone on the Internet wrote that ChatGPT just made the first two years of high-school homework meaningless, and that’s not far off. OpenAI’s new AI text-generation tool currently offers sophisticated, lengthy and even fun responses to textual prompts, currently all for free. ChatGPT is part Wikipedia, part researcher, part analyst, and part poet. It can write a short paper on the causes and outcomes of the French Revolution. It can write a seven-paragraph essay on why nihilism should be your personal philosophy. It can write an epic poem on the need to brush your teeth regularly. It can writ… Read More “ChatGPT is the dazzling, scary future of AI chatbots”

Noor Riyadh turns Saudi city into gallery without walls

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Al-Araby

Saudi Arabia’s ‘City of Light’ Riyadh is lighting up again for the second edition of Noor Riyadh, the annual light art festival that is displaying over 190 installations by 130 artists from more than 40 countries. Spread over 40 public locations, the festival – which has this year tripled in size – runs Nov. 3 – 19 and will be showcasing immersive site-specific installations, public artworks, art trails and virtual reality experiences created by both international and local talents. Under the theme ‘We Dream of New Horizons,’ the festival has taken over remote desert spots, urban business dist… Read More “Noor Riyadh turns Saudi city into gallery without walls”

Tax credits for EU electric vehicles to dominate Monday’s trade talks with U.S

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Reuters UK

By David Lawder COLLEGE PARK, Md. (Reuters) -Top European Union officials are aiming to be more vocal at a trade meeting with their U.S. counterparts on Monday in their criticism of President Joe Biden’s climate law that would cut off the bloc’s electric vehicles from U.S. tax credits. The U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Council (TTC), a year-old transatlantic forum for dialogue, focused in its first two meetings on regulatory co-operation and presenting a united front against China’s non-market economic practices. But the 27-country bloc fears the $430-billion Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) with … Read More “Tax credits for EU electric vehicles to dominate Monday’s trade talks with U.S”