Mourinho replaced Luis Van Gaal in 2016 (Photo by Agency)BBC – Manchester United have sacked Jose Mourinho as manager after two and a half years in charge at Old Trafford.The Portuguese, 55, guided United to League Cup and Europa League titles.But they are sixth in the Premier League, 19 points behind leaders Liverpool, who beat them 3-1 on Sunday.“A caretaker-manager will be appointed until the end of the season while the club conducts a thorough recruitment process for a new, full-time manager,” United said in a statement.“The club would like to thank Jose for his work during his time at Manchester United and to wish him success in the future.”The caretaker-manager to replace Mourinho, who took over from Louis van Gaal in May 2016, will not be assistant coach Michael Carrick or academy boss Nicky Butt.The candidate will be drawn from outside the club, but will not be former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.A familiar conclusion to a rocky seasonUnited’s haul of 26 points after their first 17 Premier League games, is their worst tally in the top flight at this stage since 1990-91.They are 11 points off the top four and closer to the relegation zone than the top of the table.Mourinho’s sacking comes after a fall-out with £89m record signing Paul Pogba, who was an unused substitute for the defeat at Anfield on Sunday.Following a 1-1 draw with Wolves, midfielder Pogba said he wanted United to be able to “attack, attack, attack” at home, which led Mourinho to say the France midfielder would no longer be the club’s “second captain”.In October, there were reports that Mourinho might be sacked prior to the home game against Newcastle, but after the team trailed 2-0, they turned it around to win 3-2 and seemingly buy the former Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid boss more time.His eventual dismissal continues his run of never completing four consecutive seasons in charge of a club.Only once has he made it into a fourth campaign, but he left Chelsea on 17 December 2015 during his second spell at Stamford Bridge.Comments Tags: premier leaguetop
Tags: FA CUPtop Watford vs Crystal PalaceVicarage Road, LondonSaturday, 16-03-2019 @3:15pmReferee: Kevin FriendWatford have no injury concerns, with defender Miguel Britos overcoming the leg problem he sustained last weekend. Head coach Javi Gracia must decide whether to include Heurelho Gomes, who has kept a clean sheet in each of his three FA Cup appearances this season.Crystal Palace keeper Wayne Hennessey has recovered from the minor injury that ruled him out against Brighton. Pape Souare is available after a dislocated shoulder but Bakary Sako is expected to miss out with a calf issue.They have played each other seven times in the FA Cup, most recently a semi-final in 2016 which Crystal Palace won 2-1. Watford have never lost at home to the Eagles in the FA Cup, winning three times and drawing once. Palace have lost both league meetings this season – it’s 83 years since they last suffered three defeats in a row in all competitions against the Hornets.Swansea vs Man CityLiberty Stadium, Swansea-WalesSaturday, 16-03-2019 @8:20pmReferee: Andre MarrinerSwansea’s top scorer Oli McBurnie has been struggling with illness so is unlikely to start but could still be used from the bench. Cameron Carter-Vickers should have shaken off a knock but Kyle Naughton is a doubt with a groin/hamstring issue.Manchester City will be without defender John Stones, who has not yet fully recovered from a groin strain. Kevin de Bruyne and Vincent Kompany, who missed Tuesday’s Champions League win, are also still sidelined.Manchester City have won 10 of the past 11 meetings in all competitions. They won the two league encounters last season by an aggregate score of 9-0. This is the first ever FA Cup meeting between Swansea and Manchester City.Manchester City have lost just once since Boxing Day, and won the EFL Cup last month. They have won three of their last four FA Cup quarter-finals – but lost to Championship side Wigan in 2013-14. City have scored at least four goals in each of their three FA Cup games this season. They were also the last team to do so four times in a row – back in 1926. Pep Guardiola’s side have restricted their last three Premier League opponents to a combined total of four shots. Phil Foden is Manchester City’s leading scorer in this season’s FA Cup with three goals. Gabriel Jesus has been involved in 10 goals in six domestic cup starts this season (seven goals, three assists).Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Man UnitedMolineux Stadium, West MidlandsSaturday, 16-03-2019 @10:45pmReferee: Martin AtkinsonWolves centre-back Ryan Bennett is available, despite currently serving a two-match Premier League ban, and could replace Romain Saiss. Head coach Nuno Espirito Santo has no fresh injury concerns.Manchester United’s in-form forward Romelu Lukaku is a doubt because of a sore foot. Ashley Young is suspended but Phil Jones is fit after illness, while Jesse Lingard and Ander Herrera have returned to training and could be involved.This is the 100th meeting between the sides in all competitions. United won the first game 10-1 in a home league game in October 1892. United have won four of the eight previous FA Cup meetings, with Wolves winning twice. This is the fourth quarter-final match between the sides. United won 5-3 at Molineux in 1965 and 3-2 away in 1976, after the original tie at Old Trafford had ended 1-1.Manchester United have won the FA Cup 12 times, just one fewer than record holders Arsenal. United are appearing in their fifth successive FA Cup quarter-final. However, they are looking to reach consecutive semi-finals for the first time since 2003-04 and 2004-05. They have won 17 and lost just two of their last 20 FA Cup games dating back to January 2015. United’s seven FA Cup goals this season have all been scored by different players: Juan Mata, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba. Defeat at Arsenal last weekend ended their run of nine successive away wins in all competitions – they also failed to score for the first time in 22 away games this season. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has won all four FA Cup away ties as a manager: two with Cardiff in 2013-14 and two this season with United.Millwall vs Brighton and Hove AlbionThe Den, LondonSunday, 17-03-2019 @5pmReferee: Chris KavanaghMillwall will monitor forward Lee Gregory, who was withdrawn in the second half of Wednesday’s win at Birmingham because of a tight calf. Ben Thompson, who scored both goals in that game, is cup-tied, while Ben Marshall is also ineligible. Defender Murray Wallace is suspended, though he would have missed this match regardless because of a knee injury.Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma is banned after being booked in each of the last two rounds of the FA Cup. Florin Andone and Pascal Gross are ruled out by injuries, but defender Leon Balogun is available after missing the last five games with a shoulder problem.Millwall won 3-1 in the only previous FA Cup tie between these sides, a first-round replay on 19 November 1956. The sides had drawn 1-1 at Brighton’s Goldstone Ground two days earlier. The last eight games, all in the Championship, have produced five draws, two Brighton wins and one Millwall victory. The Seagulls are unbeaten in their last six games at the Den (D3, L3) since a 3-0 loss on Boxing Day 2007.Comments
The Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh is to meet the Pope when he attends the canonisation ceremony of Cardinal John Henry Newman, founder of University College Dublin, in Rome tomorrow (Sun).Minister McHugh will represent An Taoiseach and the Government at the canonisation of Cardinal Newman who was UCD’s first rector and president when it was founded as the Catholic University of Ireland.Cardinal Newman served as the university’s first rector between 1854 and 1858. He was also recognised as a poet, philosopher and historian. Newman is famed for his series of lectures which were published as the “Idea of a University”, which has influenced thought on education greatly in Ireland and throughout the world.Minister McHugh has a number of engagements while in Rome including a reception at the Urbania Pontifical University attended by Britain’s Prince Charles and a number of British dignitaries.As head of the Irish delegation, Minister McHugh will meet Pope Francis in St Peter’s Basilica for a brief meeting before the ceremony on Sunday.Ireland’s Ambassador to the Holy See, Derek Hannon will also attend the canonisation ceremony. Newman believed in the power and potential of education to develop people in ways beyond just academic knowledge.The more holistic view we have of education today is rooted in this belief.Minister McHugh said “It is a privilege to be present for such a famous celebration of a significant figure in the history of Irish education.“I am honoured to have been asked to represent the Government at such a significant ceremony to mark the life, works and legacy of Cardinal Newman.”Minister Joe McHugh to meet Pope at canonisation was last modified: October 17th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Minister Joe McHughPope Francis
The South African Government has taken note of media reports alleging that South African female prisoners in Mozambique are subjected to sexual abuse and related conditions of hardship.The South African government views these allegations in a serious light. The matter will be brought to the attention of the Mozambican authorities for further investigations.Officials from the South African High Commission in Maputo make regular visits to prisons in Mozambique to monitor the conditions of South African inmates. During the last visit, the prisoners complained about general prison conditions such as poor medical treatment and food. Our information is that these conditions apply to all prisoners and are not exclusive to South African prisoners.The South African Government will continue to render regular Consular Services to the prisoners and their families, part of which is to ensure that their basic human rights are respected. The South African High Commission in Maputo will monitor the progress of the envisaged investigation until the matter is brought to its logical conclusion.For more information: Nelson Kgwete at 076 431 3078Issued by Government Communications (GCIS) on behalf of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO).
Tags:#Apple#iPad#iPad mini A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Thanks for listening and reading our sometimes contentious views on Apple. Still hungry? For more meat, take a bite and get more details on the mini-announcement from Taylor Hatmaker and Jon Mitchell on the updated iPad. 11:13: Dan Rowinski: The 3rd gen had LTE.11:13: Fredric Paul: Well, the 4G replaces the new ipad at same price11:12: Adam Popescu: We hope you like these products as much as we liked creating them…you mean underage workers overseas??? Sorry, too easy.11:12: Dan Rowinski: So, the third generation iPad is just gone, huh? The iPad 2 is sticking around.11:11: Christina Ortiz: Wonder if I can write off a $329 iPad mini on my taxes as a work expense….11:09: Taylor Hatmaker: Ack! $32911:08: Fredric Paul: $329 is not a good price – Google/Amazon just had a huge exhale.11:07: Robyn Tippins: I’d love to be a fly on the wall in the room where the Android team is watching this.11:05: Taylor Hatmaker: I am definitely going to buy the iPad mini… assuming it’s priced in a way that makes sense, i.e. close enough to $199 to not be insane11:05: Robyn Tippins: I know, I love that accent.11:05: Dan Rowinski: The way Ive says aluminum kind makes me giggle.10:59: Robyn Tippins: Huge. Gigantic. Thinner. Lighter.10:59: Dan Rowinski: Is there irony in announcing a “Mini” device and touting how much bigger it is than the competition?10:58: Fredric Paul: Mini isn’t so Mini — thinner/lighter but taller/wider10:58: Fredric Paul: Interesting, though, for the first time, he’s comparing a NEW Apple product to an existing competitor. That’s a big change.10:56: Fredric Paul: Some of that stuff is gonna look pretty darn tiny, though. Which one is he comparing to…10:55: Fredric Paul: Same res as my iPad 2…So SW should still work…10:53: Dan Lyons: The world has changed. utterly and completely. boom. game over.10:53: Fredric Paul: Steve Jobs is rolling over in his grave…10:52: Fredric Paul: “There is nothing as amazing as this”10:51: Taylor Hatmaker: This screws me on selling my new iPad on CL so I can snag a Mini. Which is bound to materialize because Cook made a joke about it10:51: Fredric Paul: if you’re looking to buy an iPad – this is great. But you wouldn’t turn in your “new iPad” for a 4G.10:51: Taylor Hatmaker: I guess maybe the Mini will just be the small version of the new gen. Hm.10:50: Dan Rowinski: I would like to note that I predicted in Dec. 2011 that Apple would announce two iPads this year.10:49: Fredric Paul: faster chips is not the key here, no one is complaining about processor performance10:48: Robyn Tippins: I wish Phil would just stay and Tim would go.10:48: Jon Mitchell: iPad 4??10:47: Fredric Paul: OK, here we go…10:47: Jon Mitchell: He can barely contain himself. I wonder if it’s going to be retina.10:47: Fredric Paul: But what, exactly, are all those companies actually using iPads for? Despite trying for years, I still don’t have a good answer for that…10:45: Taylor Hatmaker: “Today we’re announcing…. the latest version of iBooks author!” zzzzz hearing “widgets” in the context of iOS is a strange experience10:45: Robyn Tippins: No, available. Big difference.10:44: Adam Popescu: 80% of US core curriculum textbooks made by Apple? WHHHAT???? And in 2500 school?? hmmm10:44: Fredric Paul: more important than graphics, is that they can be upgraded more frequently, so that they’re not years out of date10:44: Robyn Tippins: Books maybe…10:44: Adam Popescu: now they’re making textbooks? did i miss something?10:42: Taylor Hatmaker: I will like mine when it is 7.85″10:42: Fredric Paul: But when it’s time to lose a device, the tablet goes first10:42: Robyn Tippins: Say what you will, the iPad is awesome.10:39: Fredric Paul: Finally – one more thing. What’s more interesting than 100 M iPads is that so few COMPETING tablets were sold.10:39: Dan Rowinski: Those iMac prices are actually reasonable. No different from previous generations, really.10:38: Fredric Paul: I don’t care about the 21.5 version – rather have a laptop. But that 27-incher – yes please!10:38: Brian Proffitt: I feel stuck in the past…10:38: Dan Rowinski: Seagate is a Samsung partner …10:36: Fredric Paul: That is the right way to do it – for now while HDD prices are still so much lower.10:36: Taylor Hatmaker: I like Asian fusion so i imagine that the Apple fusion drive is somewhat analogous10:36: Dan Rowinski: He said reads and writes. Drink.10:36: Fredric Paul:Fusion Drive is SWWEEEEET!10:36: Dan Lyons: Gotta keep those high school kids working10:35: Adam Popescu: Foxconn has been BUSY10:35: Fredric Paul: 3TB, now THAT is a proper amount of storage!10:33: Fredric Paul: And no matter how much fun I make, I soooo want one of those 27-inchers.10:33: Robyn Tippins: I just keep thinking about the folks who have to make these.10:33: Fredric Paul: Agreed, but sooooo geeky!10:33: Jon Mitchell: The optical drive is over.10:32: Dan Rowinski: Fred, the manufacturing process that Apple creates to make these things might be some of its biggest contributions to innovation these days.10:32: Fredric Paul: LOL molecules of aluminum and friction stir welding!?? Really!?10:31: Dan Rowinski: I wonder how hot it gets.10:29: Robyn Tippins: Probably slows if you have a competing browser open10:29: Fredric Paul: it looks the same…10:29: Dan Rowinski: It is very easy to get caught up in all these announcements, Mr. Lyons. It seems like madness when we are wallowing in the mud on the day of an announcement, already looking forward to the next announcement from some competitor. I noted in an article earlier today that what we see now is much different from what we saw in 2003. I like to take a step back, take each announcement for what it is worth and put it in the grand scale of things. The long view, so to speak, while paying attention to the present day current detail.10:28: Brian Proffitt: I do find it interesting that Apple is emphaszing the environmental figures.10:28: Taylor Hatmaker: the smallest air is the relatively affordable macbook line entry point10:28: Fredric Paul: Just count the figures on the other side of the decimal point…10:27: Robyn Tippins: Do people make less than 6 figures?10:27: Taylor Hatmaker: My google i/o chromebooks remains unopened in a box sitting next to me. womp.10:27: Jon Mitchell: Yes. They make other models. Jeez, guys.10:27: Robyn Tippins: No10:27: Brian Proffitt: $2K for any laptop seems really high. Does Apple even care about the anyone making less than six figures?10:27: Jon Mitchell: “You knew there would be something called mini in this presentation, didn’t you?”10:26: Fredric Paul: Mac Mini – Better than a Chromebox!10:26: Dan Lyons: Someday we will look back on this madness and laugh10:26: Fredric Paul: $1999 for a 13-inch with Retina. Well?????10:26: Robyn Tippins: And everyone clapped for the ad.10:25: Dan Rowinski: I already have a 27-inch iMac. But I need a decent laptop too. Something under $1000 would be nice.10:25: Fredric Paul:Even with iCloud etc., I still really want 500GB10:25: Adam Popescu: Peter Coyote on the voice over btw10:25: Dan Rowinski: Indeed, Mr. Lyons. That, as a consumer, is what I desire. I prefer Mac OS X over Windows. My MacBook is five years old and dying but I am not looking for something with top of the line prices.10:24: Fredric Paul:$1699 is almost reasonable, but how much with 256GB? 128GB is NOT enough for your main computer.10:24: Dan Lyons: Rowinski did you say you are looking for something cheaper? From Apple? Amen to Fred on the speaker thing10:23: Taylor Hatmaker: Steve refused to keep sub-10.1″ objects in his presence10:23: Fredric Paul: All laptop speakers stink, though. Some just stink a little less. Even all the brands that emphasize sound, like “Beats Audio” still stink.10:23: Dan Lyons: Can we start a pool on which publication will say “Steve would never have done this” and what specifically they’ll be talking about?10:22: Taylor Hatmaker: Better speakers on a macbook is actually a draw for me. They are excruciatingly tinny10:22: Fredric Paul: I love good screens, believe me. But pixel count is like selling chip GHz – it’s just a number.10:21: Jon Mitchell: This is why people buy retina Macs. https://readwrite.com/2012/07/17/counterpoint-the-retina-macbook-pro-is-not-a-boondoggle-at-all10:21: Fredric Paul: True, but designers are a small group.10:20: Jon Mitchell: That’s not true. Designers care about screen resolution, and designers buy retina Macs.10:20: Fredric Paul: It’s a great screen, but don’t sell it by pixel count. Nobody cares.10:20: Robyn Tippins: burn10:19: Fredric Paul: I collect pixels, doesn’t everyone? I mean, does anyone choose a computer by number of pixels. Focus on benefits already.10:19: Taylor Hatmaker: 2,560 x 1600 display on the 13″ retina MBP10:18: Dan Rowinski: What I am really looking for from Apple in terms of MacBooks is something a little cheaper. It is great to add new features, specs and all the fun doodads, but I just want something functional that doesn’t break my bank. 10:17: Robyn Tippins: LOL10:16: Fredric Paul: Not everyone – https://readwrite.com/2012/07/12/apples-brilliant-boondoggle-macbook-pro-retina-display10:16: Taylor Hatmaker: c’mon 13″ retina Macbook… daddy needs a new pair of… high resolution notebooks?10:16: Robyn Tippins: Finally.10:16: Taylor Hatmaker: macbook refresh incoming!10:15: Fredric Paul: Am I missing something, but is this kinda boring so far? Tim is not at his best here.10:14: Dan Rowinski: That would put Apple’s cut at nearly $3 billion actually.10:14: Taylor Hatmaker: “Just like you would expect… If you’re Japanese”… lol10:14: Brian Proffitt: So that puts Apple’s cut at nearly $279 million10:12: Robyn Tippins: 🙂 I’d like to fast forward…10:12: Dan Rowinski: Apple keeps 30%10:11: Robyn Tippins: He’s really breathy. Robyn Tippins: 30% right?10:11: Brian Proffitt: So $6.5 billion to developers… what’s Apple’s cut again?10:11: Adam Popescu: This feels like an episode of South Park10:11: Taylor Hatmaker: That’s almost .5 Kajillion10:10: Taylor Hatmaker: 35 billion app downloads. Wowza10:10: Dan Rowinski: Classic device launch script: tout all your big stats, make yourself look good and give headlines to the bloggers. Everybody does it, not just Apple.10:10: Brian Proffitt: This is a very soft intro. A lot of these features are pretty well-known. Wonder what the pay off will be?10:09: Taylor Hatmaker: Watching this livestream is the first time that I’ve opened Safari in… ever10:09: Robyn Tippins: Probably the most usage Safari has had in a while…10:08: Brian Proffitt: Definitely a dig on the Android fragmentation problem.10:07: Fredric Paul: 200 Million devices on iOS 6 is actually impressive, because when Android debuts a new OS, very, very few devices actually use it.10:07: Fredric Paul: Is Cook positioning the mini as a super iPod Touch?10:06: Jon Mitchell: That video made me hate myself10:05: Robyn Tippins: I think it’s creepy10:05: Fredric Paul: The level of fetish that Apple creates is sort of impressive. It’s just a phone, but people treat it as a talisman.10:04: John Paul Titlow: I like how they snuck in a shot of somebody taking a photo with an iPad, to try and make that look normal.10:04: Jon Mitchell: This video is disgusting10:03: Brian Proffitt: Hey, it’s a Samsung commercial!10:03: Robyn Tippins: SNL is going to have a field day immitating him10:02: Brian Proffitt: Our factory didn’t make enough phones! Work harder! 10:02: Robyn Tippins: Good song. Feels weird that they clap for this…9:59: Jon Mitchell: This is my friend’s band. I can’t believe this is happening.9:58: Brian Proffitt: Apple’s Next Big Thing: iZombies9:58: Dan Rowinski: Are the Foo Fighters going to play again? Or, has Apple figured out how to to bring people back from the dead and put Kurt Cobain and Nirvana on stage?9:57: Dan Rowinski: Petty dig by Apple to only make the livestream available through Apple products and the Safari browser.9:55: Fredric Paul: The touch comparison is very interesting, since it’s now priced at $2999:54 Taylor Hatmaker: Weird watching one of these livestreams, i can’t remember the last time they provided one9:53: Jon Mitchell: Apple’s stream only works on Safari. I can’t believe how much of dicks they are.9:50: Taylor Hatmaker: Apple’s iPod touch shopping page is down for now, so obviously that will all be reconfigured in light of the New Thing9:50: Dan Rowinski: Many people thought that when the original iPad came out, it was the classic tweener device. Not a smartphone, not a laptop. Yet, the touchscreen tablet has found a viable niche for itself. Yet, is the so-called Mini the tweener of a tweener? A luxury device or essentially for entertainment and productivity? All the same Tuestions apply that come with any new device that enters the market, but because it is Apple, those questions are infinitely magnified.9:49: Taylor Hatmaker: It’s going to be interesting to see how low Apple can push the price on an iDevice. Especially how it will be positioned with the iPod touch, which will obviously be an inferior device hovering around the same price point9:47: Dan Rowinski: My biggest question here is a matter of market dynamics. The iPad Mini is great, in theory, for a standalone device. But, how much does it cost? Will it eat into Apple’s margins? If Apple prices it at greater than $300, will it be enough to undercut the quality (but cheaper) entries to the market like the Nexus 7 and new Kindle Fire?9:45: Brian Proffitt: Basically I am interested in how Apple will message the whole new-tablet/new-laptop form of devices, if that’s what happens today. Should make for a very balanced approach. adam popescu
Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces In conjunction with 451 Research, Thales has released its second annual data security research brief. The 2017 Thales Data Threat Report, Federal Edition indicates that 96% of federal workers believe they are “very” or “extremely” vulnerable to data breaches. This number is larger than all other sectors polled by the report.Despite feeling extremely vulnerable , U.S. federal members are putting fewer dollars on security than other sectors, even though their expenditures have risen by three percent since last year. Small staff, strict budgets and lack of cyber expertise are given as the main reasons for data insecurity by 53% of federal respondents. See Also: Hajime malware is turning 300,000 Iot devices into zombiesFederal workers feel insecure about the need to utilize advanced technology such as the cloud, Big Data, and loT, with 71 percent of them believing these technologies are being adopted without properly established security measures in place.“This ‘perfect storm’ of very old systems, tight budgets and being a prime cyber-crime target has created a stressful environment,” says Garrett Bekker, the principal analyst for Information Security at 451 Research.Becker also explains, “A major challenge in securing the far-flung systems in the U.S. federal government is the plethora of aging legacy systems still in place, with one example being a 53-year-old Strategic Automated Command and Control System at the Department of Defense that coordinates U.S. nuclear forces and uses 8-inch floppy disks.” The report states that encryption is the top data security control, with 60 percent of federal employees claiming they’re using this method to guarantee data privacy. The Thales report provides several recommendations to federal agencies that are needing to update to advanced technologies including, the deployment of security toolsets that offer services-based deployments, platforms, and automation and discovering and classifying the location of sensitive data within the cloud, SaaS, big data, IoT and container environments.Focus needed on safety practicesWayne Lewandowski, Vice President of U.S. Federal at Thales e-Security, compares data security to that of banks, in a recent interview with GovConWire. Considering the amount of cyber-criminals and their constant targeting, it’s a safe bet that there will be breaches. However, the most important thing is to maintain practices that keep data and information safe. Only those individuals who really need access to the most sensitive data should have access, versus being available for all users. “The Thales Data Threat Report for US Public Sector demonstrates once again that federal agencies continue to be the largest target of any sector for criminal exploits. We are excited to partner with our government constituents to bring the recognized need for encryption, key management and policy controls to defend critical data,” Lewandowski explains to GovConWire. Small Business Cybersecurity Threats and How to… Internet of Things Makes it Easier to Steal You… Tags:#451 Research#featured#Internet of Things#IoT#security#Thales#top Amanda Razani Related Posts Follow the Puck