Your Business Can Combat Data Security Vulnerabilities

Big tech surveillance has been an issue for some time now, but in the last year it’s increased rapidly to become more of a privacy invasion than ever before on Agen ceme. To make matters worse, the current COVID-19 pandemic has made data particularly vulnerable to misuse, as the crisis has distracted some from data security and privacy protocols. Historically, disasters have caused fear and frenzy in the media, meaning data security is drowned out. For instance, during and after Hurricane Katrina, the HIPAA Privacy Rule was waived to help with disaster relief efforts, which later lead to a data breach. This pattern of the past is a warning to what’s already occurring and the possible disastrous outcomes that may be to come. Businesses must look past big news stories and…
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The Wallabies debutants who will sink or swim on Sunday

OPINION: New Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has ushered in a fresh era for Australian rugby after naming a new-look Wallabies side against the All Blacks. Harry Wilson, Felipo Daugunu, Hunter Paisami and Noah Lolesio will all make their debuts for the Wallabies, and they may be something of a mystery to many All Blacks fans. So, who are the newcomers and do the All Blacks have anything to worry about?The big Reds No 8 is Scott Robertson's favourite Australian, after catching the Crusaders' coach's eye during Queensland's unlucky loss in Christchurch earlier this year. A graduate of the strong 2019 Junior Wallabies team, the 110kg Wilson runs great lines, carries through contact and loves an offload. The 20-year-old started Super Rugby AU on fire and then faded slightly, but Rennie…
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All Blacks vs Australia: Who’s the strongest of them all? Ofa Tuungafasi shoves a 2400kg SUV

For a noted All Blacks strongman in a Covid-19 lockdown, not many options present themselves for scrummaging practice. As tighthead prop Ofa Tuungafasi says: “I had to think outside the box”. The solution was parked in his driveway, a Ford Everest SUV, weighing about 2400kg or nearly three times the respective pack weights for Sunday’s Bledisloe Cup test in Wellington. Plus some welding gear, a sled, and hey presto, a one-man scrum machine.Tuungafasi delighted his Instagram followers back in May when Super Rugby was on ice, posting video of his heavy duty training methods. With assistance from two-year-old daughter Lamara, who calmly went along for the ride. “My little future Black Ferns tighthead prop,” Tuungafasi wrote.Tuungafasi either pulled along the heavy vehicle with help from a harness, or shoved it…
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Tips for Preventing Sports Injuries in Kids and Teens

With sports camps and more structured activities, kids today are increasingly likely to play their chosen sport year-round. But more time on the field brings a greater risk of experiencing sports-related injuries, including ACL and meniscus injuries in the knee, or injuries to the labrum or UCL in the shoulder and elbow. Pediatric sports medicine expert R. Jay Lee, M.D. provides these 10 injury prevention tips to help keep your young athlete on the field rather than on the sidelines: Talk with your young athlete.Make sure your young athlete understands that he or she should talk with you and seek help if experiencing pain or something that just doesn’t feel right. “In my practice, I always promote participating in pain-free sports and activities,” says Dr. Lee. “But some kids are…
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Players to bring in for gameweek two

There is nothing normal about the Premier League at the moment, but Manchester City and Manchester United both missing out in the first week of fixtures threw another spanner in the works for many fantasy football managers. Did you pick players from the two clubs anyway and just have them on the bench? Or did you leave them out and now face a potentially costly challenge of trying to shoehorn them in? Let's have a look at the numbers and see whether it's worth your time... Fantasy 606: Fashion, furniture and Faf de Klerk We need to talk about Kevin There's one player in particular who stands out in the game, as in real life. The men's Professional Footballers' Association player of the year Kevin de Bruyne has just got…
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Tips for Undergrads Seeking a Sports Career Job

A career in sports is considered a dream job for a lot of people, and there are numerous pathways into the field. When people think about sports, they often think about the athletes, but there are many other jobs that exist to support those athletes or to promote them or the teams or leagues they represent. Even though there are many different types of jobs, it is a competitive field. Those who will have the most success getting a foot in the door and advancing often are those who begin laying the groundwork for their careers in college. Types of Sports CareersThe business of sports is broad, and nearly every professional field can be connected to sports in some way. Some of the most common paths include: Business operations: Sports…
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