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For those interested in functional ways they can tackle these problems, Dell EMC Isilon has built-in tools that aide in recovery from a ransomware attack; however, detection & prevention is a much better alternative. Fortunately Dell EMC partners with Superna and Varonis to offer ideal solutions.If you’re interested in how Dell EMC Isilon and Hortonworks customers tackle other challenges around gaining value from their big data, join our upcoming webinar on “Batch + real-time analytics convergence” in late November. Register here. One of the hottest topics for both DellEMC and Hortonworks today is how to protect big data repositories, data lakes, from the emerging breed of cyber-attacks. We sat down to discuss this topic to address some of the common questions we’ve faced, and would love to know your thoughts and contributions. Our thanks also to Simon Elliston Ball for his contributions to the discussion.Photo by Markus Spiske on UnsplashWhat are the new threats that pose a specific threat to big data environments?The threats to big data environments come in a few broad areas.First, these are ‘target rich’ environments. Years of consolidating data, in order to simplify management and deliver value to data science and data analytics, makes for an appealing destination for cyber attackers. These will be subject to many ‘advanced persistent threats’ – cyber attackers and organisations trying to use extremely focussed and targeted techniques ranging from spear-phishing to DDoS attacks to gain access to or exploit your big data platforms in some way.Second, they are powerful computational environments. So, things like encryption attacks, if they are ever unleashed on big data operating environments, could potentially spread very rapidly.Third, big data repositories are often accessible to many employees internally. In general, this is a good thing, as how else could organisations tap into the potential value of big data? But a comprehensive framework to monitor and manage data access and security is required to protect against possible abuse or exploits.What about big data environments that makes them more or less vulnerable to threats like WannaCry/Ransomware?The good news is that WannaCry and other ransomware variants currently in the field don’t really target the operating systems on which big data platforms run. The bad news is, it’s probably just a matter of time before they do. And the fact that these environments are very capable computational resources means that these sorts of exploits could spread fast, if steps aren’t taken to protect them.What are some best practices to limit the possible spread of malware like WannaCry?There’s a lot about the way big data platforms are architected that could potentially protect against these malware forms – assuming the right steps are taken. Here are some suggestions:First, conduct basic big-data hygiene. Many organisations have historically perceived big data environments, Apache Hadoop clusters etc., as internal-only resources, protected by the network firewall. This may well be the case (to a point), but the nature of APTs means that if it’s there, people will find a way to reach it. If you’ve left default passwords in place, haven’t set sensible access restrictions for employees (governed and audited by tools like Apache Ranger) and so on… get that all done! Access controls will also limit the spread of any encryptionware to accessible data sets to each compromised user/set of credentials.Test it! Conduct sensible security procedures to assess the potential vulnerabilities to your data stores via penetration testing and assessment. Deploy whatever countermeasures you deem necessary to limit the risk at hand to acceptable levels.Deploy behavioural security to protect your environment. The industry guesstimate is that there are 300 million new viruses and malware variants arriving each year. Signature based security will fail against ‘day zero’ threats, so behavioural analytics is essential to monitor the activity across the environment and detect as well as protect against potential infections. If a system notices large-scale read/write activity typical of an encryption attack (but VERY unusual for a normal data lake), then it can shut it down dynamically by policy.Set a sensible snapshot policy to allow for ‘rollbacks’ at the levels that meet the recovery point objectives and recovery time objectives set for key data sets. This won’t necessarily mean creating daily snapshots of a multi-petabyte data lake, but might mean that certain critical data have more routine snapshots than less critical data. You can of course set these tiers in policy, given the right resources. This is a massive boon for Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS).Do IT organisations know how to set Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) and Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) for big data environments?One of the most common misunderstandings in deploying big data environments is that you can still think of RTOs and RPOs for the infrastructure as a whole. You can’t – it’s too large! You’d have to build in such a vast amount of redundancy as to make the whole thing commercially impossible. Rather, you need to set RTOs and RPOs for individual data sets or storage tiers within the environment. In this context, you need to allow sufficient slack in your resources for the right number of snapshots to be in place for key data sets to insulate you from risk. This might be anything from 30-50 percent unused capacity in a given storage tier, made available for snapshots, though the latter would be verging on overkill in most cases.What about tackling the employee challenge to big data security?It’s a critical part of protecting any environment, educating employees, as this will be a more likely first possible entry point into an organisation than anything else. Raising employee awareness around the dangers of spear phishing, modern malware attacks, and beyond. The standard tricks of redirecting people to websites and downloads, via sending dubious email attachments and beyond have become much more sophisticated.The people that attempt to hack a Hadoop cluster might start by hitting a system administrator with a Servicenow helpdesk request… This camouflage makes it difficult to spot. It’s important to remember that the people that are coming after these resources are good… not script kiddies or mass market ransomware opportunists, but people who are into causing serious damage, either for ideological or commercial reasons.Even with training, people will remain a weak link. Given another guesstimate that the “per event” reputational and regulatory impact of a breach can cost up to two percent of market cap, having good remediation policies, processes and technologies in place given the eventual inevitability of a breach is key.How do these security practices tie into wider security, risk and compliance objectives for a business?The critical component here is the audit piece, given need to know exactly where your data is being stored, controlled and processed, and what it’s being used for in an evolving regulatory context. This is something you both apply to your use of big data, but also something big data enables you to achieve, for other systems as well. The audit and exfiltration monitoring tools you build in as part of your hygiene planning around your big data are useful, for example… but these logs are no use without analytics, and without being able to cross-reference and cross-check other data resources, e.g. if a piece of personal information has been accessed on one system, does it also exist on others? And should it therefore have been deleted from all?The rise in the volumes of unstructured data represents a huge number of unknowns. As such, we are going to see a huge opportunity around digital transformation. Organisations are going to be forced to assess how they handle data and put in some big improvements in terms of the structure of their environments, their ability to do those analytics, pull back the information in a short amount of time and so on… else organisations may be exposed to potential regulator enforcement/investigation scrutiny for failure to embed within an organisation appropriate data governance and data security.
Duro IkhazuagbeTwenty-four years ago, Nigeriaâ€™s Super Eagles were at the mercy of Algeria to book their first ever FIFA World Cup appearance in the United States of America. Precisely, on October 8, 1993, Nigeria needed just a draw against then Desert Warriors to finally join great football nations of the world.The Algerians who were playing at home with little or no chance of making it to USA â€™94, were determined to spoil the fun for Nigeria.Barely 20 minutes into that tension soaked match, Finidi George grabbed the lead for Super Eagles with Coach Clemens Westerhof on the sideline grinning from ear to ear that his dream of leading a country to the Mundial was about to materialise.Abdelhafid Tasfaout cancelled that Nigeria advantage in the 66th minute. Thereafter, the Algerians literarily opened fire on Eagles contesting every ball and driving deep into Nigeriaâ€™s half of the pitch, searching for the winning goal. However, destiny had ordained Nigeria to end years of searching for tickets to the Mundial at that edition the Yankees were hosting. The game ended one-all with Nigeria the winner of the final round Group A that also had Ivory coast. Interestingly, 24 years after that drama took place, Nigeria again is playing another last match-day of a World Cup with Algeria. The scenario are however different this time around. Eagles got the job done before the trip to play the Fennecs in Constantine today. In essence, todayâ€™s last Match-day Six is a mere formality: a dead rubber encounter! The only thing at stake this night is pride.The Algerians are hoping to use the FIFA World Cup 2018 Qualification Group B match at the Stade Mohamed Hamlaoui to re-launch their battered image. The game is scheduled for 8.30pm Nigerian time.The Desert Warriors will be hoping to end their qualifying campaign with a victory, having failed to qualify for next year’s finals which will be hosted by Russia.They are heading into todayâ€™s match winless in Group B. They have only one draw and four defeats for their disastrous Russia 2018 campaign. Just one point from five games is certainly no good testament for a country that gave Germany, winner of the last World Cup in Brazil a scare before crashing out.Sadly, chief handler of the Super Eagles, Gernot Rohr, is in Constantine today with half the strength of the team that shocked African Champions Cameroon, Algeria and Zambia. Six key members of the squad are down with injuries and will not be on parade against the wounded Algerians today.Turkey-based midfielder Mikel Agu was the latest injury casualty to hit the team after Victor Moses, Moses Simon, Ogenyi Onazi, Odion Ighalo and Elderson Echiejile were ruled out of the clash against Algeria as well as the international friendly with Argentina on Tuesday in Russia.â€œWe have six injuries, so it means six changes at least in this game,â€ Rohr announced at the teamâ€™s last training session in Rabat Morocco on Wednesday evening.Rohrâ€™s opposite number in Algeria, the legendary Rabah Madjer will definitely look to the direction of Leicester City FC duo of Riyad Mahrez and Islam Slimani for the maximum damage against Nigeria.â€œI have studied the Nigerian team, apart from (Alex) Iwobi, every other player is mostly a substitute for his team in Europe, but that doesnâ€™t mean they will not be at the level to face,” Madjer said of the three-time African champions who are also struggling for recognition after missing two AFCONs back-to-back.To further bring back the memory of October 8, 1993, Madjer has sound it loud and clear to the visitors from Nigeria that the game is no friendly and that Eagles be ready for war in the literary sense.â€œThe game against Nigeria is not a friendly match for meâ€¦to me it is the first game of the qualifiers for the 2018 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon,â€ he said.Whether Eagles will be able to end the qualifiers unbeaten remains to be seen tonight. For Williams Troost-Ekong, whose desire is to head to Russia with no defeat, Mahrez and Slimani pose serious dangers to that ambition.Nigeria dominated Group B having recorded four wins and one draw. Eagles collected 13 points from five matches, clear six points ahead of second-placed Zambia, who suffered a 1-0 defeat to Nigeria in Uyo last month.TODAYSâ€™Africa v SenegalAlgeria v NigeriaSATURDAYZambia v CameroonGabon v MaliTunisia v LibyaDR Congo v GuineaCIV v MoroccoSUNDAYCongo v UgandaGhana v EgyptTUESDAYSenegal v Sâ€™AfricaBâ€™Faso v Cape VerdesShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “It’s tough, man,” a dejected Kenley Jansen said after giving up four runs in a non-save situation in the ninth inning that turned the game from a one-run mystery into a sealed deal. “Down 2-1 right now, we’ve gotta fight. No way around it.“We can’t worry about what happened the last two days. We just have to flip the script, compete and win a game.”• Video: NLDS Game 3 recap• Photos: Dodgers pushed to the brinkWhat has happened the past two days is bi-coastal déjà vu with the Dodgers facing an elimination game in an NLDS Game 4 for the third consecutive October and weighing the risk-reward of starting their ace, Clayton Kershaw, on short rest to extend the series. It is a decision Dodgers manager Dave Roberts was not prepared to announce following Monday’s game. “We’re not afraid of this,” Roberts said. “It’s been a long season. It’s been a lot of highs and lows. But I know there’s no quit in our guys.”There has not been a lot of offense in his guys, however. The series – featuring the two teams with the lowest bullpen ERAs in the majors this season — has been an example of 21st century baseball with starting pitchers pushed to the side early and a relay team of relatively faceless relievers used to pursue favorable matchups.The Nationals’ Game 1 starter, Max Scherzer, completed six innings – a herculean workload in this series. No other starter has even thrown a pitch in a sixth inning. Kershaw completed five in Game 1. Every other starter has been gone by the end of the fifth.Kenta Maeda made the shortest cameo appearance. The Dodgers’ starter had difficulties aligning with home plate umpire Ron Kulpa’s strike zone in the first inning and had to strike Ryan Zimmerman out with the bases loaded to escape damage.“It’s part of baseball to have different kinds of strike zones,” Maeda said diplomatically through his interpreter. “My job is to make sure I execute my pitches and I didn’t.”The Nationals took advantage in the third inning scoring four runs on Jayson Werth’s RBI double, Bryce Harper’s RBI single and Anthony Rendon’s two-run home run.That was the end of Maeda’s day. Roberts pinch-hit for him in the bottom of the third, searching for some offense against Nats lefty Gio Gonzalez.Corey Seager gave him some in the first inning. This time, it was an RBI double from the rookie shortstop (not the first-inning home run he hit in each of the first two games).The Dodgers’ normal malaise against left-handed pitching set in after that – until Carlos Ruiz came off the bench to pinch-hit in the fifth inning. The only player on the Dodgers’ postseason roster to have hit a home run off Gonzalez, Ruiz did it again, launching a two-run shot into the left-field pavilion.The Nationals’ bullpen took over from there.Sammy Solis, Oliver Perez, Shawn Kelley and Mark Melancon combined to hold the Dodgers to two hits over the final 4-2/3 innings, allowing no runner past first base in that time. On Sunday in Washington, a similar tag team from the Nats’ bullpen held the Dodgers to one hit over the final 4-2/3 innings to preserve a 5-2 win in Game 2.“It’s exciting,” Rendon said of the Nationals’ bullpen before thinking better of his word choice. “I guess it could be maybe a little boring at times because they get everybody out. … Knock on wood.”The Nats relievers have avoided contact with wood fairly successfully. In the series, the Dodgers have batted .140 (6 for 43) with 14 strikeouts against them over 12 1/3 scoreless innings.“We had a gameplan but today, for the most part, they just executed better,” Dodgers first baseman Adrian Gonzalez said. “They have good arms out there and they’ve got guys that give you different looks. I mean, Melancon has that sinker. Oliver gives you a little funk. Solis is more of a power guy. Kelley was the first right-hander I’ve seen other than Melancon and he kept the ball down.”Their job became easier in the ninth when Roberts brought Jansen in to keep the one-run deficit in place. Jansen was terrible. He gave up a 450-foot home run to Werth, walked two and gave up two more runs when Josh Reddick couldn’t hold Ryan Zimmerman’s drive at the wall in right field. Zimmerman scored on a sacrifice fly. LOS ANGELES >> A team beset by a run of injuries, relying far more on its bullpen than its short-handed starting rotation and getting spread-out slugging from its lineup, is one game away from advancing to the National League Championship Series.It is not the Dodgers.The Washington Nationals – minus their starting catcher (Wilson Ramos) and No. 2 starter (Stephen Strasburg) most prominently – pushed the Dodgers to the brink of elimination Monday afternoon at Dodger Stadium by scoring four times in the third inning, turning the game over to its bullpen and then piling on later for an 8-3 victory in Game 2 of the National League Division Series.The win puts the Nationals up two games to one in the best-of-five series with Game 4 scheduled for Tuesday at Dodger Stadium.
Members of the Mica Action Group (MAG) brought the issue to an international stage yesterday (Sat) as they spoke at US conference. Ann Owens and Eileen Doherty represented the group at the crumbling basements conference in Connecticut.Ann Owens, Chairperson of MAG, said: “We were joined by a number of groups (or coalitions) who are also fighting for justice for their homeowners in the US (Connecticut and Massachusetts) and Canada (Quebec) and are encountering similar challenges to ourselves. “The parallels in all of these cases is simply astounding,” she added.“There were many lessons learnt from the conference and hope to bring some of these to our campaign and equally hope we have shared some of the things that MAG have done well through this journey.“As I said at the end of my speech ‘Ni neart go cur le cheile’ which means ‘we are stronger together’.“Indeed after yesterday, it is clear that this international partnership can result only in benefits for all concerned.” Mica Action Group represented on international stage at US conference was last modified: October 6th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare 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)
22 January 2014South Africa’s Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour is included in the top 10 cycle routes in the National Geographic Book “Journey of a Lifetime – 500 of the World’s Greatest Trips”.Compiled from the favourite trips of National Geographic’s travel writers, the book presents a wide variety of experiences, using many different modes of transport, on every continent of the world.It includes 22 top 10 lists, which also include top 10 bridges to walk across, trolley rides, ancient highways and underground walking adventures.Stunning photographyIn typical National Geographic fashion, the book features stunning photography, first-class writing, expert advice and full colour mapsThe Argus, as it is known, is the world’s largest individually timed cycling race. It is 109 kilometres in length and runs around Cape Point, making for an extremely beautiful and challenging event, with amazing scenery and views. It draws about 35 000 entrants.Traditionally, the Argus takes place on the second Sunday of March and race day begins at six o’clock in the morning in the Cape Town city centre with the first of the massive field setting off for the finish next to the Cape Town Stadium in Green Point.Lifecycle WeekThe Argus is preceded by a number of other events, which together make up Lifecycle Week. In 2014, these include the Cape Argus Pick n Pay MTB Challenge, with the short route competition taking place on 1 March and the long route challenge following on 2 March. Both events will be hosted by the Le Bonheur Wine Estate in the Simonsberg, just outside of Stellenbosch.The Cape Argus Lifecycle Expo and Cycle Tour Registration runs from 6 to 8 March at the Good Hope Centre in Cape Town. Also on 8 March, the day before the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour, children get an opportunity to try their hand over much shorter distances in the Cape Argus Pick n Pay Tricycle & Junior Tour, which will be hosted at the Youngsfield Military Base in Wynberg.Top 10 routesThe other top 10 cycle routes in the book include Gran Fondo Campagnolo in Italy; Luchon to Bayonne in France; Route du Comte Jean, which takes place in Belgium and France; Land’s End to John O’Groats, which covers the length of Britain; La Route Verte in Canada; the Underground Railroad Bicycle Route, which starts in the USA and finishes in Canada; Ruta Austral in Chile; the Munda Biddi Trail in Australia; and Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.
West Indian Chris Gayle hammered a 16 ball 44 and Tillakaratne Dilshan hit an unbeaten 52 as Bangalore beat Kochi by nine wickets in the 50th IPL match of the season at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on Sunday. Score | PhotosChasing 126, Bangalore were off the mark – Usain Bolt style as they reached the target on the first ball of the 14th over.In fact, calling their opening a flyer would be an understatement as Gayle and Dilshan were busy pounding the opposition bowlers.Gayle was especially brutal. The left-hander hit Prasanth Parameswaran all across the park scoring a record 37 runs off him in the third over of the innings. A six was followed by another six off a no ball, which again was followed by two fours and two sixes and finally a four to complete the over. And Gayle raced to 44 off 13 balls and the team total jumped to 66.Kochi managed to get their man in the next over with an R Vinay Kumar ball penetrating his defence to strike against his off stump when the team total was 67. But the damage was already done and there was little Kochi could to avoid that. Gayle scored 44 off 16 balls hitting three fours and five over the fence shots on the way.Then Virat Kolhi and Tillakaratne Dilshan batted with ease against a bowling attack that had already been rendered toothless post Gayle charge.In 10 overs Bangalore were sitting pretty on 109/1 and on the first ball of the 14th over they were home with 128/1 on the board.advertisementDilshan (52 n.o.) and Virat Kohli (27 n.o.) were at the crease when Bangalore cruised to an impressive nine-wicket win.Kochi inningsEarlier, Bangalore bowlers struck at regular intervals as Kochi managed to score 125/9 during their IPL match.Earlier, Kochi captain Mahela Jayawardene won the toss and elected to bat in the 50th IPL match of the season. Kochi openers Michael Klinger and Brendon McCullum started the innings with ease gradually increase the run rate. But their plan met a road block when Bangalore skipper Daniel Vettori got rid of McCullum in the sixth over on 22 when the team total was 43.With McCullum back in the dugout, Klinger too lost his rhythm and fell in the ninth over with Chris Gayle uprooting his middle stump on 24. Kochi were 64/2 post his fall.Then on the last ball of the 10th over Vettori scalped Kochi captain Mahela Jayawardene cheaply to reduce the opposition to 72/3. On the second ball of the next over Parthiv Patel got run out on 19 and Kochi were reduced to 73/4.There was no respite for the Kochi batsmen as Bangalore bowlers struck thick and fast. Bangalore’s left-arm medium-pacer Sreenath Aravind too joined the party by scalping Aussie Brad Hodge in the 14th over Zaheer Khan performing the final honours at short fine leg. Kochi were down to 89/5.Aravind struck again in the 18th over to despatch Raiphi Gomez and reduce Kochi to 106/1.With the Kochi tail visible, things became easy for the Bangalore bowlers as they quickly wrapped up the innings. However, Ramesh Powar and Prasanth Parameswaran remained unbeaten as Kochi managed to post 125/9 in 20 overs.
All the results from day one of the 2004 Australia Cup in Melbourne, uploaded as frequently as my temperamental computer will allow! Ah, the joys of technology. The links below the results will provide access the SportingPulse website with all scores, statistics and ladders, as well as the official Australia Cup page. RESULTS: DAY ONE: Mens Round 1: ACT (6) drew Tas (6) SA (13) def NSW Country Seniors (2) Vic 30’s (3) def EPTA Seniors (0) Vic (6) def Vic 23’s (3) Mens Round 2: SA (10) def Vic 23’s (4) Tas (6) def Vic (5) EPTA Seniors (5) def NSW Country Seniors (2) ACT(9) def Vic 30’s (2) Mens Round 3: Vic (7) def EPTA Seniors (1) Vic 23’s (3) def NSW Country Seniors (1) ACT (6) def SA (3) Tas (10) def Vic 30’s (3) (3) Womens Round 1: Vic (10) def EPTA Seniors (2) ACT (3) def Vic 30’s (0): ACT 23’s (3) def Tas (1) SA (4) def NSW Seniors (2) NSW 23’s (11) def Vic 23’s (2) Womens Round 2: Vic (9) def ACT (2) NSW (7) def SA (4) NSW 23’s (12) def EPTA Seniors (0) Vic 30’s (5) def Vic 23’s (1) ACT 23’s (2) def NSW Seniors (1) Womens Round 3: Vic (7) def Vic 23’s (0) NSW 23’s (8) def Vic 30’s (1) ACT (9) def EPTA Seniors (1) The SportingPulse draw, results and statistics can be found using the following link: AUSTRALIA CUP DRAW AND RESULTS 2004 All Australia Cup stories can also be found on the ATA Australia Cup homepage. AUSTRALIA CUP HOMEPAGE 2004
Moussa Dembele firming as Man Utd January favouriteby Paul Vegas23 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United are ready to launch a January bid for Lyon striker Moussa Dembele.Le 10 Sport says United have had Dembele watched consistently this season – with scouts present since the campaign kicked off.While it’s been a bad start to the season for OL, who are winless after six games, Moussa Dembele has impressed. He has six goals (having scored 15 last season) and has been displaying career best form.Signed for €22m last year from Celtic, the 23 year-old is now valued at almost double that price. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say