Washington Free Beacon
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"They are highly complex and dynamic, technologically diverse, and often geographically dispersed. This complexity increases the difficulty in identifying, managing, and protecting the myriad of operating systems, applications, and devices comprising the systems and networks." The risk is exacerbated due to longstanding issues with security that has left the federal network "riddled with security vulnerabilities." The problems extend to all federal agencies, according to the report. "Systems used by federal agencies are often riddled with security vulnerabilities—both known and unknown," the report states. A national database of known vulnerabilities includes 82,384 entries as of February 2016, "with more being added each day." It is impossible to calculate the number of unknown vulnerabilities lurking in these systems. The number of cyber attacks and potential intrusions has been growing each year, according to the report, which notes that "until fiscal year 2016, the number of information security incidents reported by federal agencies to the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) U.
The Guardian - Sport
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Philip Hobbs’s runner remains an outsider for the Neptune Novice Hurdle and the Albert Bartlett at Cheltenham but is odds-on today Jerrysback (3.00), who holds entries in both the Neptune Novice Hurdle and the Albert Bartlett, is the most interesting runner on Tuesday’s cards with next month’s Cheltenham Festival in mind, and while he is currently trading at around 8-15, he faces a decent opponent in Eaton Hill in the novice hurdle at Wetherby. Philip Hobbs’s runner had little to beat on his debut over timber at Plumpton last month, but could hardly have won any more easily as he finished four-and-a-half lengths to the good and still on a tight rein. For the moment, he remains an outsider for Cheltenham, quoted at 33-1 for the Neptune, and though he will need to win well again on Tuesday to justify a place in a Grade One next month, it will be disappointing if he is not up to the task. Continue reading...
BBC Parliament
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If they're able to see all the entries an argument that we completely accept in Britain and under British law, then it makes the fight against crime and against corruption that much easier and that is why in the UK we have a public register. So I hope the Minister will explain to the House how he thinks progress will be made towards a public register, whether he is saying that the Crown dependencies want more time, a point they made when they came to see me, or whether he takes a different view.
Adweek
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One of the perks of winning at the AICP Awards is that your ad goes into the archives of the Department of Film at the Museum of Modern Art. This brings a new level of bragging rights to advertising creatives, whose work doesn't too often reside next to masterful fine art. The call for entries...
Techradar
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You might've billed Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire as cash-in remakes of two somewhat middling entries in the monster catching franchise. There's no shame in it. That's what we thought, too. But actually sitting down with Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire is like seeing a friend after a decade apart: you're both different people than you were 10 years ago, but just as fond of one another now as you were then. The 3DS versions of Ruby and Sapphire add a number of interesting even ground-breaking new features like Mega Evolutions from X and Y, and Pokémon Box that allows you to send monsters to yourself from one game in the franchise to the next. In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, you find yourself thrust into the role of a village's new mayor, which means it's up to you to help make the rules and aid in the burg's development.
Tech World Tutorials
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Here's a common office scenario: You run Outlook on your desktop and your laptop, but there's no easy way to keep the data in sync between them. Thus you wind up with some contacts here, other calendar entries there, a mismash of e-mails, and so on. Not exactly efficient.
The Guardian - Sport
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Philip Hobbs’s runner remains an outsider for the Neptune Novice Hurdle and the Albert Bartlett at Cheltenham but is odds-on today Jerrysback (3.00), who holds entries in both the Neptune Novice Hurdle and the Albert Bartlett, is the most interesting runner on Monday’s cards with next month’s Cheltenham Festival in mind, and while he is currently trading at around 8-15, he faces a decent opponent in Eaton Hill in the novice hurdle at Wetherby. Philip Hobbs’s runner had little to beat on his debut over timber at Plumpton last month, but could hardly have won any more easily as he finished four-and-a-half lengths to the good and still on a tight rein. For the moment, he remains an outsider for Cheltenham, quoted at 33-1 for the Neptune, and though he will need to win well again on Monday to justify a place in a Grade One next month, it will be disappointing if he is not up to the task. Continue reading...
Beijing Bulletin
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While most artists see surges and drop-offs, P!nks two latest entries mirror chart peaks of singles from her first album. For example, her contribution to 2016s...
Core77
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Jumpstart your week with our insider's guide to events in the design world. From must-see exhibitions to insightful lectures and the competitions you need to know about—here's the best of what's going on, right now. Monday Brexit Passport Design Competition (Unofficial) Dezeen has launched an unofficial competition to redesign the document that all UK citizens carry when traveling abroad. They are looking for designs that present a positive vision of the post-Brexit UK to the world, and that represent all its citizens. The winning designs will be published on Dezeen and exhibited at the Design Museum in London. A wider selection of entries will be shown at Clerkenwell Design Week in London in May 2017. Online competition open through March 24, 2017. Tuesday Workwear Some time ago, clothing was the direct representation of our role in society and of our relevant image.
The Week
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Artist Dawn Booth is one of a number of entries in Nottingham's Top Talent 2017 competition - in association with Grosvenor Casino - all hoping to win one of three £2,500 cash prizes up for grabs for musicians, dancers, magicians, comedians, photographers artists and other local performers and creatives. Jen Thomas spoke to herTalent comes in many forms, and Dawn Booth's skill with paint has seen her work be exhibited in sunny Florence!The 47-year old from Beeston mostly works with...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Blues guitarist Paul Walker is one of a number of entries in Nottingham's Top Talent 2017 competition - in association with Grosvenor Casino - all hoping to win one of three £2,500 cash prizes up for grabs for musicians, dancers, magicians, comedians, photographers artists and other local performers and creatives. Jen Thomas spoke to him Guitarist Paul Walker has been a musician for many a year, but when things started to get stale he decided to try his hand at a different musical...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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CREATIVE children have the chance to show how much they love their mums in a drawing competition. The Scunthorpe Telegraph is inviting all children aged 11 and under to enter the I Love My Mum drawing competition. All entrants have to do is simply draw, colour or paint a picture of their mum and all pictures entered will feature in a special supplement printed in the paper on Thursday, March 23. MORE: Have you seen it? Mercedes stolen from North Lincolnshire town Entries are open from today...
Techradar
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Revo Uninstaller Is there anything more annoying than when uninstalling a program doesnt properly uninstall it? Well, yes, there are quite a few things, and were collating them in a big list. But there isnt an app to fix those things, whereas there is an app to fix your Windows woes. Say hello to Revo Uninstaller . Why you need it With Windows, uninstalling a program should be simple: go into Control Panel, choose the program you want to remove and hit the Uninstall button. But it rarely works like that. More often than not youll find bits of the program are still on your PC: files and folders, registry entries, additional components and possibly the odd bit of adware or spyware. All of these things take up space, and can have an impact on your PCs performance too. Revo Uninstaller solves all of that. It sits in the background, monitoring what gets installed on your PC, and when you want to get rid of it Revo ensures that every single component is zapped.
The Guardian - Sport
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No favourite has won a handicap at the Festival since 2014; most unplacedSandra Hughes has Cheltenham aim after Acapella BourgeoisNavan win A bookmakersscramble to attract puntersbets on the Cheltenham Festival handicap races starts in earnest in the next 10 days when entries for the events are published this Thursday, with the weights revealed on Wednesday, 1 March. Competition will be fierce between firms, with established ones seeking to increase, or at least hold, their market share against newer organisations attempting to gain a foothold. Ten of the 28 races at the 2017 Festival are handicaps but – on the evidence of astonishingly dismal performances by favourites over the last three years – they offer hugely lucrative profit margins for the layers. Continue reading...
Southern Daily Echo
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Forbes
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Last summer, Ray Connelly, publisher of the Hardwick Gazette, a weekly newspaper in rural Vermont, held an essay contest in which the prize was the newspaper itself. The competition did not get an adequate number of entries. The paper was sold Friday to a man who had tried to win the contest.
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ITV4
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I would love a future when. -- a few to win. We have loads of chances and we will give as many as we can the chance. The entries will be whittled down to 40. We are looking to the weights that are known and the weights that are out. The sales are fantastic and we just can't wait for it. The brand-new trophy will be lifted in seven weeks time.
ITV4
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One at each venue. Label des Obeaux, Doctor Harper And Seven Nation Army. And reliably informed that there was nothing called the ITV And reliably informed that there was nothing called the ITV7. Now here's a chance to win a massive £50,000 jackpot with our ITV7 competition. It's easy to enter, simply download our ITV Racing App or go to itv.com/racing and pick your 7 winners from today's selected races. Entries are free and you must be 18 or over to enter. The app is available on iOS and you can only enter once. Entries close at the start of the first scheduled ITV7 race. Really exciting.
Ashford Herald
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Motoring enthusiasts from Tunbridge Wells are wanted to take part in a three-day adventure across Europe as part of a 'Top Gear style challenge'.The 2017 Monte Carlo or Bust Banger Rally is now open for entries and organisers are looking for teams from Tunbridge Wells to buy an old 'banger' for £500 or less and drive over 1100 miles to Monte Carlo via France, Switzerland and Italy to raise money for charity. Participants will take part in a variety of fun activities along the way as they...