British snowboarder and Olympic athlete Aimee Fuller has partnered with Triumph Motorcycles to reveal the dedicated lifestyle of a successful professional athlete.
The 2019 edition of this unique and authoritative guide to the inland waterways of Belgium and France is the 23rd edition. Reflecting the two-way interaction between the Cruising Association and its Members, the guide has been built and updated each year by the contributions of Members from their experiences of sailing these waters. – Outstanding, Most Highly Recommended
This is a very important book that asks and answers some of the most important questions of the century and should be widely read because it covers subjects that affect everyone, but where vested interests have been keen to avoid debate. The history of the world has seen a handful of events in many thousands of years that change the direction of human life. There will be debate as to exactly when this latest stage of human revolution began and exactly where we are in its cycle, but no one can argue that it is not a significant change in the fortunes of the human race. – Most Highly Recommended
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- Partnerships with Global Cyber Alliance and the New York Economic Development Corporation boost international cybersecurity cooperation
- Builds on launch of London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement at Plexal in June 2018
London, 22 January 2019: Innovation centre Plexal, which delivers LORCA, the government-backed cybersecurity programme, today announces partnerships with the Global Cyber Alliance, City of New York, and the New York Economic Development Corporation. The partnerships are designed to help cybersecurity companies scale internationally while also expanding Plexal’s role as a major global cybersecurity cluster.
A serious vulnerability in a popular Android file has been discovered and exposes all the user’s data to attackers on the same network. In essence, the victim would only need to open the app once. This bug was found by researching Elliot Alderson, who posted about it on Twitter.
Researchers from Check Point today shared details of vulnerabilities that could have affected any player of the hugely popular online battle game, Fortnite. If exploited, the vulnerability would have given an attacker full access to a user’s account and their personal information as well as enabling them to purchase virtual in-game currency using the victim’s payment card details. The vulnerability would also have allowed for a massive invasion of privacy as an attacker could listen to in-game chatter as well as surrounding sounds and conversations within the victim’s home or other location of play.