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Security firms brace for brisk business after terrorist attack

News Security firms brace for brisk business after terrorist attack Sunday, January 20, 2019 20:09 By BRIAN NGUGI A worker checks a CCTV camera mounted on Kenyatta Avenue in Nairobi in February 2017. Demand for...

How we’re working to curb vote-buying —INEC chairman

The Independent National Electoral Commission on Monday detailed the three- pronged methods it has employed to curb vote- buying by politicians.The Commission had raised alarm over new a new method of vote buying...

Atlantis Japan Growth Fund Ltd - Half-year Report

ATLANTISJAPAN GROWTH FUND LIMITED("AJGF" or the "Company")(a closed-ended investment company incorporated in Guernsey with registration number 30709)LEI 5493004IW0LDG0OPGL69Interim Results for the six month...

American Muslims 17 years after 9/11

17 years after 9/11 terrorist attacks, American Muslims remain on the receiving end since 9/11/2001 but their plight has taken a new twist under President Donald Trump whose anti-Muslim policies alarmingly fomented...

Gemalto First Semester 2018 Results

Revenue at €1,387 million and profit from operations at €92 million in line with our expectations 2018 full year outlook confirmed Identity, IoT Cybersecurity: double-digit revenue growth and strong...

Saving the Galaxy: The C-5 AMP/RERP Program

C-5 Galaxy (click to view full) When it was introduced, back in 1970, the C-5 Galaxy was the largest plane in the world. It also has the highest operating cost of any US Air Force weapon system, owing to extremely...

The challenges of securing mobile devices

Mobile devices now account for around half of web traffic and inevitably that makes them more attractive to hackers who see new attack routes via mobile apps.The Information Security Forum is launching a new paper...

The propagandistic nature of the liberal media: Interview with Florian Zollmann

Image: Ruins left by an American missile attack on Syria, Tasnim news agency. Rights: CC 4.0Ian Sinclair interviews Dr Florian Zollmann, a Lecturer in Journalism at Newcastle University and author of the recent...
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