Seaborder-13 Exercise Held in Portuguese Waters

first_img View post tag: News by topic This exercise was carried out within the framework of scheduled activities of the ‘5+5 Initiative’ made up of European and African nations from the Western Mediterranean: Portugal, France, Italy, Malta, Spain, Morocco, Mauritania, Libya, Algeria and Tunisia. This year the exercise was planned and organized by Portugal.The domain of ‘Seaborder-13’ was a simulated scenario where a suspect ship, belonging to an international criminal network, was sailing in the Mediterranean Sea and entailed a threat to maritime security for ‘5+5 Initiative’ nations. View post tag: Defense Authorities View post tag: waters October 10, 2013 View post tag: Defence Seaborder-13 Exercise Held in Portuguese Waters Share this article View post tag: Navycenter_img View post tag: held View post tag: Naval View post tag: Exercise View post tag: Portuguese Spanish Minister of Defense, Pedro Morenés accompanied by the Chief of Defense Staff, Admiral Fernando García and the Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Jaime Muñoz-Delgado, attended the multinational Maritime Security exercise ‘Seaborder-13’organized in Portuguese waters from the 1st to the 3rd of October. Back to overview,Home naval-today Seaborder-13 Exercise Held in Portuguese Waters View post tag: Seaborder-13 ‘Seaborder’ was carried out in two stages. The first one was conducted from the Operations Center in Mauritania with support from Italy and Portugal (days 1 and 2) and consisted in getting acquainted with coordination procedures without using force.The second stage (days 2 and 3) took place in Portimao waters and consisted in a series of drills on communications, maritime interdiction (MIO), search and rescue (SAR) and damage control.Spain has participated with the patrol boat ‘Vigía’, a Security Team, a maritime patrol aircraft (C-235) and a HD-21 helicopter for SAR exercises.5+5 InitiativeThe ‘5+5 Initiative’ was set up in December 2004 when the Ministers of Defense of Algeria, Spain, France, Italy, Libya, Malta, Morocco, Mauritania, Portugal and Tunisia signed a Declaration of Intent to collaborate in maritime security issues in the Western Mediterranean.In 2008 the first ‘Seaborder’ exercise was organized and, since then, it has become one of the most important maritime security exercises of the ‘5+5 Initiative’.[mappress]Press Release, October 10, 2013; Image: Spanish Navylast_img read more

Securing your video surveillance system

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Cybercrime now costs the world an estimated $600 billion, or 0.8 percent of global gross domestic product, according The Economic Impact of Cybercrime report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies and McAfee. That’s up significantly from the previous version, which put global losses at close to $500 billion back in 2014.Looking at video surveillance devices in particular, they are like any other device attached to a network. If they are not configured and locked down properly, they can be a point of vulnerability for someone to hack into a credit union’s network and access data transferred over that network. It’s not so much that people would tap into the video network to see views from the cameras themselves. That is possible, but the bigger target is typically customer data.Protecting customer data has always been a priority for credit unions, but never have the stakes been higher. With the cost of a single data breach averaging $3.2 million, and per-record costs averaging $336 in heavily regulated industries like banking, according to the 2017 Cost of Data Breach Study, sponsored by IBM Security and conducted by Ponemon Institute LLC, the financial impact can be considerable. And that’s before factoring in the amount a credit union will likely spend on legal and investigation fees following an attack.last_img read more

Josh Rosen thanks Cardinals in classy farewell video

first_imgMORE: First-round grades for the NFL DraftAfter negotiations that were rumored for months, Rosen was eventually dealt to the Dolphins on Friday for a second-round pick and a fifth-round selection in 2020. Rosen even ended the minute-long video on a lighter note, telling Murray: “An awesome two-bedroom in Old Town (Scottsdale) just came on to the market, so let me know if you are interested and I think I can get you a pretty good deal.” Josh Rosen ended his short-lived Cardinals tenure with a classy gesture on Saturday.The new Miami Dolphins quarterback took to Twitter on Saturday to post a video thanking the Cardinals for the opportunity and expressing his excitement to be playing in South Florida.  Thank you @AZCardinalsHello @MiamiDolphins pic.twitter.com/yNb81On0dD— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) April 27, 2019″Hey everyone, just wanted to say a couple of things after everything that just happened,” Rosen said. “Cardinals fans, thank you so much for all of the continued support this past year. I know we didn’t win as many games as we all would have hoped, but I had an unbelievable time in the desert.”Rosen has had a tumultous last couple of days after the Cardinals selected Kyler Murray, No. 1 overall in the NFL Draft on Thursday, effectively signaling that they were moving on from Rosen. That was followed by NFL analyst Steve Smith going on a viral rant against Rosen for his work ethic after the quarterback had unfollowed the Cardinals on multiple social media platforms.last_img read more