Enlarge (credit: Kit / Flickr) A deceptively simple malware attack has stolen a wide array of credentials from thousands of computers over the past few weeks and continues to steal more, a researcher warned on Tuesday. The ongoing attack is the latest wave of Separ, a credential stealer that has been known to exist since […]
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Devastation emerges from deadly Indonesian earthquake: At least 1,200 killed, disaster agency says early detection system failed
The full scope of devastation in the city of Palu in indonesia is becoming clearer, days after an earthquake and tsunami hit the region. Citing government officials, local media reported at least 1,200 people were killed, with tens of thousands displaced. Many are seeking refuge in Palu’s main airport. Local and military officials have arranged […]
A pair of Chilliwack doctors have been stopped from practicing medicine after six years because they failed Canadian qualifying exams, leaving their patients wondering about their diagnoses and scrambling to find new doctors in a community already facing a shortage.
The chairman of PwC said that after surveying more than 1,200 CEOs, he believes there are 4 things every CEO must do
PwC Bob Moritz is PwC‘s global chairman, and in January wrote a letter accompanying his firm’s annual CEO survey recommending four things every CEO should do. We spoke with Moritz at the CECP‘s CEO Investor Forum, dedicated to replacing toxic short-term fixation with a renewed emphasis on creating long-term value. Mortiz believes that CEOs have […]
Officials are scrambling on the eve of the biggest planned event in South Korea in years — not because of anything related to North Korea and national security, but in an attempt to arrest the spread of norovirus at the Pyeongchang Games.
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davidwilson1949/Flickr Pittsburgh is installing expensive sensors in street-side trash cans to transmit information to workers. Workers will be able to tell when the cans are full to reduce time spent checking empty cans. It’s estimated that the time saved will result in 25 employees being dedicated to other tasks. It’s a Monday morning and […]
The coin has become a sought-after collector’s item with five people currently watching it on the auction website. The Peter Rabbit 50p coin was produced by the Royal Mint to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Beatrix Potter. There are two versions of the 2016 Peter Rabbit 50p available – one in colour […]
Thomson Reuters Saudi banks have frozen more than 1,200 bank accounts as part of government’s anti-corruption purge. The number is still rising. (Reuters) – Saudi Arabian banks have frozen more than 1,200 accounts belonging to individuals and companies in the kingdom as part of the government’s anti-corruption purge, bankers and lawyers said on Tuesday. […]