Senate cyber bill would force rapid reporting of attacks – MeriTalk

Biparty legislation introduced to the Senate on July 21 would require federal agencies, government contractors, and owners and operators of critical infrastructure to report cyber intrusions within 24 hours of their discovery. The Cyber ​​Incident Notification Act of 2021 was introduced by Senator Mark Warner, D-Va. – joined by Sens. …

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Summit Bank reports second quarter 2021 results

EUGENE, Oregon – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Summit Bank (OTC Rose: SBKO) Second quarter 2021 net income: $ 2.54 million or $ 0.33 per fully diluted share. Year-to-date net income – $ 4.91 million or $ 0.65 per fully diluted share. Last 12-month net income – $ 10.46 million or $ …

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Weather: rain soaks Auckland, slows traffic on highways

New ZealandUpdate Jul 21, 2021 4:15 AM3 minutes to read Take out the brollies in Auckland as heavy rains set in. Photo / Michael Craig Umbrellas, raincoats and caution on Auckland’s roads are in order this afternoon as heavy rains hit the city. Heavy afternoon showers in Auckland are associated …

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Glynn’s Take: RBA Bonds Rise Buy Glass-Only Option

By James Glynn SYDNEY – It’s not too far to imagine Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe in the wheelhouse of a squeaky machine called an economy, surrounded by whistling gauges, levers and pulley systems. With every adjustment of the political dials, Mr. Lowe tries to smooth out economic …

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GIEWS Country Profile Ecuador 20-Jul-2021 – Ecuador

FOOD SECURITY OVERVIEW The main season maize harvest continues under favorable conditions Cereal import requirements for the 2021/22 season forecast at high levels Prices of yellow corn and rice declined seasonally in the second quarter of 2021 Growing concerns about the food security conditions of the most vulnerable households The …

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What are the factors driving the increased demand for insurance against strikes, riots and civil unrest?

The effect of GFC on public finances has led many governments to adopt austerity measures, including spending cuts and tax increases. This, in turn, has led to popular opposition movements and street protests, including the Occupy movement in the United States and elsewhere. In recent years, the Black Lives Matter …

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Marlborough race against time as more rain arrives

LUCY CLARK / SUPPLIED A couple woke up on Sunday morning to see that a massive landslide had swept away two tarpaulins in Pukenui Bay. Marlborough is racing against time to mend broken stop banks before another round of downpours hits next week. An additional 13 millimeters of rain are …

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FirstFT: Key workers will be exempt from self-isolation, says Johnson

Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT newsletter. Subscribe to our Asia, Europe / Africa or Americas edit to send it straight to your inbox every weekday morning Boris Johnson marked England’s so-called Freedom Day by announcing contingency plans to exempt essential workers from self-isolation rules that …

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The coronavirus recession in the United States lasted two months and ended in April 2020, official arbiter says

The United States officially emerged from a recession in April 2020, concluding an economic contraction due to a pandemic that lasted two months, making it the shortest on record. The National Bureau of Economic Research’s announcement Monday also marks April as the official start of economic recovery from the initial …

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Robinhood seeks up to $ 35 billion valuation in US mega-IPO

The Robinhood logo can be seen on a smartphone in front of the same logo displayed in this illustration taken on July 2, 2021. REUTERS / Dado Ruvic / Illustration / File Photo July 19 (Reuters) – Robinhood Markets Inc is targeting a valuation of up to $ 35 billion …

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