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Time Inc Names Randall Rothenberg Chief Digital Officer

first_imgJack Griffin, CEO of Time Inc., today announced that he’s appointed Randall Rothenberg into the newly created position of EVP, chief digital officer. Rothenberg, who will officially start in January and report to Griffin, joins Time Inc. from the Interactive Advertising Bureau where he served as its president and CEO. Rothenberg [pictured] is being handed a wide range of duties, not the least of which is overseeing the company’s digital strategy. Within that, he’s charged with business development, including uncovering new revenue opportunities and potential digital acquisition targets. He’ll also sit on the board of Next Issue Media, joining colleagues Griffin and EVP and general counsel Maurice Edelson. Still on that board, by the way, is Monica Ray, who joined Condé Nast as executive vice president of consumer marketing last summer. Prior to that Ray was Time Inc.’s senior vice president of corporate digital development. Her prior leadership role in Time Inc.’s digital initiatives is a vacancy that Rothenberg is now plugging up.”Randall has participated in every aspect of the digital media marketplace-from content creation to marketing revenue-giving him a unique perspective that will be critical to his new position,” said Griffin in a statement. Along with his strategic responsibilities, Rothenberg will also be overseeing the creation of an internal digital incubator called the Center for Digital Innovation. Time Inc. employees and “others” will be given seed funding to develop new digital projects. In the meantime, IAB is announcing that, as a search for a new CEO commences, executive vice president and chief operating officer Patrick Dolan will provide interim leadership for the association.last_img read more

Cloud database removed after exposing details on 80 million US households

first_img Security Internet A database with info on 80M+ US households was left open… Hacking Privacy Microsoft Now playing: Watch this: 1:48 11 Tags Comments Unlike a hack, you don’t need to break into a computer system to access an exposed database. You simply need to find the IP address, the numerical code assigned to any given web page. There’s no indication, though, that the information in this database was accessed by cybercriminals.For the research, Rotem and Locar partnered with VPNmentor, an Israeli company that reviews privacy products called VPNs and receives commissions when readers choose one they like. In a blog post Monday, the company called on the public to help it identify who might own the data so that it can be secured.”The 80 million families listed here deserve privacy,” the company said in its blog post.Rotem found that the data was stored on a cloud service owned by Microsoft. Securing the data is up to the organization that created the database, and not Microsoft itself.”We have notified the owner of the database and are taking appropriate steps to help the customer remove the data until it can be properly secured,” a Microsoft spokesperson told CNET in a statement Monday.The server hosting the data came online in February, Rotem found, and he discovered it in April using tools he developed to search for and catalog unsecured databases. In January, he also found a security flaw in a widely used airline booking system called Amadeus that could allow an attacker to view and alter airline bookings.The cache of demographic information included data about adults aged 40 and older. Many people listed are elderly, which Rotem said could put them at risk from scammers tempted to use the information to try to defraud them.Originally published April 29, 5 a.m. PT.Update, 11:15 a.m.: Adds comment from Microsoft and more information about the cybersecurity research team. Update, 12:12 p.m.: Notes that the database has been taken offline. Angela Lang/CNET In a blow to consumers’ privacy, the addresses and demographic details of more than 80 million US households were exposed on an unsecured database stored on the cloud, independent security researchers have found.The details included names, ages and genders as well as income levels and marital status. The researchers, led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, were unable to identify the owner of the database, which until Monday was online and required no password to access. Some of the information was coded, like gender, marital status and income level. Names, ages and addresses were not coded.The data didn’t include payment information or Social Security numbers. The 80 million households affected make up well over half of the households in the US, according to Statista.”I wouldn’t like my data to be exposed like this,” Rotem said in an interview with CNET. “It should not be there.”Rotem and his team verified the accuracy of some data in the cache but didn’t download the data to minimize the invasion of privacy of those listed, he said.It’s one more example of a widespread problem with cloud data storage, which has revolutionized how we store valuable information. Many organizations don’t have the expertise to secure the data they keep on internet-connected servers, resulting in repeated exposures of sensitive data. Earlier in April, a researcher revealed that patient information from drug addiction treatment centers was exposed on an unsecured database. Another researcher found a giant cache of Facebook user data stored by third-party companies on another database that was publicly visible. I wouldn’t like my data to be exposed like this. It should not be there. Noam Rotem, security researcher Share your voicelast_img read more

Xiaomi Mi Fan Festival 2019 You can get Poco F1 Redmi Note

first_imgRs 199 Rs 3,500Rs 3,500 Rs 5,000Rs 6,000 Rs 7,999Rs 9,999 Rs 20,999 Rs 6,999 Redmi 6 (3GB+32GB) Mi Compact Bluetooth Speaker 2 Rs 400 POCO F1 Rs 7,999Rs 9,999 Close Rs 8,499 Rs 299 Rs 399 India’s leading smartphone brand Xiaomi announced the company’s annual Mi Fan Festival date details, inciting excitement among fans.Like previous years, Xiaomi is offering flat discounts and lucrative Re 1 flash sale on popular products including the latest Redmi Note 7 Pro, flagship Poco F1, Mi LED TV 4A PRO (32-inch) and more. It Mi Fan Festival will kick off on April 4 and conclude on 6.Some of the deals announced by Xiaomi include Poco F1 (review) will be available for Rs 20,999 for 6GB+128GB variant, Mi LED TV 4 PRO (55) can be grabbed for Rs 45,999; You can get the Redmi Note 5 Pro (4GB+64GB) and (6GB+64GB) for Rs 10,999 and Rs 11,999 respectively, and Redmi Note 6 Pro (4GB+64GB) will see its price drop by Rs 5,000 and will be available at Rs 10,999. Full details are in the table below. Xiaomi Mi Fan Festival will kick off on April 4 and conclude on April 6.Xiaomi India Website (screen-shot)Besides that, a customer with HDFC Bank can claim 5% instant discount up to Rs 500 and there will also be EMI transaction option applicable on Mi LED TV, Mi Soundbar and all smartphones.If you have a Mobikwik wallet app, you can claim 15% instant MobiKwik SuperCash up to Rs 2000 and is applicable on all products.And those customers with Mi Pay, they stand a chance to win Mi TVs and Redmi Note 7 every day during the contest period.Furthermore, Xiaomi will be hosting a mystery box sale for Rs 99, which will have a surprise gift worth up to Rs 2,400. Rs 1,599 Rs 200 Mi LED TV 4 PRO (55) Redmi Y2(3GB +32GB)(4GB+64GB) Rs 999 Rs 5,000 Rs 10,999Rs 11,999 Rs 2,500RS 3,500 Rs 4,000 Poco F1 comes with 6.18-inch full HD display with iPhone X-like notch on the top housing an advanced 20MP camera with IR sensor for face unlock capability. It can even work in the dark environment.KVN Rohit/IBTimes IndiaXiaomi has also launched an interactive games such as ‘Fun and Furious’, a car racing multiplayer game on Mi.com for fans with regional & global leader boards wherein they stand a chance to win prizes such as Redmi Note 7, Mi Sports Bluetooth Earphones and there will also be another ‘Play and Win’ game wherein Mi Fans can spin the virtual wheel and gain a chance to win coupons and amazing prizes such as Poco F1, Mi Band 3  as well as Mi coupons.Xiami Mi Fan Festival 2019 discounts on Mi products:ProductsProductsDiscountDiscountNew priceNew priceProductsRedmi 6 (3GB+32GB)DiscountRs 2,000New priceRs 6,999ProductsRedmi Y2(3GB +32GB)(4GB+64GB)DiscountRs 2,500RS 3,500New priceRs 7,999Rs 9,999ProductsRedmi 6 Pro(3GB+32GB)(4GB+64GB)DiscountRs 3,500Rs 3,500New priceRs 7,999Rs 9,999ProductsRedmi Note 5 Pro(4GB+64GB)(6GB+64GB)DiscountRs 5,000Rs 6,000New priceRs 10,999Rs 11,999ProductsRedmi Note 6 ProDiscountRs 5,000New priceRs 10,999ProductsPOCO F1DiscountRs 4,000New priceRs 20,999ProductsMi LED TV 4 PRO (55)DiscountRs 9,000New priceRs 45,999ProductsMi Earphones BlackDiscountRs 400New priceRs 599ProductsMi Earphones SilverDiscountRs 400New priceRs 599ProductsMi Band – HRX EditionDiscountRs 800New priceRs 999ProductsMi Compact Bluetooth Speaker 2DiscountRs 200New priceRs 699ProductsMi Pocket Speaker 2 BlackDiscountRs 200New priceRs 1,299ProductsMi Bluetooth Speaker 2 WhiteDiscountRs 1,100New priceRs 1,599ProductsMi Body Composition ScaleDiscountRs 1,300New priceRs 1,499ProductsMi Air Purifier 2SDiscountRs 4,500New priceRs 8,499ProductsNew USB Cable 120cmDiscountRs 150New priceRs 149Products2-in-1 USB Cable 100cmDiscountRs 200New priceRs 199ProductsNew USB ChargerDiscountRs 200New priceRs 299ProductsUSB Quick ChargerDiscountRs 200New priceRs 399ProductsRedmi 6 (3GB+32GB)DiscountRs 2,000New priceRs 6,999 New price Products Mi Earphones Black Rs 6,999 Mi Bluetooth Speaker 2 White Rs 599 Rs 200 Mi Air Purifier 2S Rs 2,000center_img Rs 200 Rs 599 Redmi Note 5 Pro(4GB+64GB)(6GB+64GB) IBTimes VideoRelated VideosMore videos Play VideoPauseMute0:05/0:25Loaded: 0%0:05Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVE-0:20?Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedSubtitlessubtitles settings, opens subtitles settings dialogsubtitles off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window. COPY LINKAD Loading … Rs 1,300 Rs 699 Mi Pocket Speaker 2 Black Redmi 6 (3GB+32GB) New USB Cable 120cm Rs 400 Discount Rs 9,000 Mi Body Composition Scale Redmi Note 6 Pro Rs 1,499 Rs 1,299 Rs 10,999 Rs 200 Rs 45,999 Redmi 6 Pro(3GB+32GB)(4GB+64GB) Rs 2,000 Rs 149 Mi Earphones Silver Rs 150 New USB Charger 2-in-1 USB Cable 100cm Rs 200 USB Quick Charger Rs 4,500 Mi Band – HRX Edition Rs 800 Is Redmi Note 7 the new-age Nokia 3310? Rs 1,100last_img read more

Pawan Hans IPO Helicopter firm plans fleet expansion ahead of public issue

first_imgPawan Hans, a state-owned helicopter service company, is accelerating plans for an initial public offering (IPO) listing by the end of 2017 or early 2018. However, before that, the company is taking measures to expand its services to pose itself as an attractive entity for investors.Keen to join the regional connectivity scheme of the central government, the Delhi-based helicopter services firm aims to increase its revenues threefold to Rs 1,600 crore over the next decade from Rs 500 crore during the last financial year (2015-16), the Business Standardreported.Pawan Hans is planning to raise about Rs 350 crore from the market listing. The company has charted out a new expansion plan wherein it would increase its fleet size, diversify business and invest in MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) facility, according to BP Sharma, chairman and managing director of Pawan Hans.In an interview to the publication, Sharma further said that the IPO preparation is on in full swing. The State Bank of India (SBI) is currently carrying out a risk assessment survey for the company and the report is awaited. The concrete proposal for the market listing is likely to be out by March next year.Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju previously said the public listing will help Pawan Hans a transparent and efficient firm.Expansion plansThe company, which is known for offering helicopter services for VIP movement, now plans to make the service available for the common man. With the proceeds from the IPO and financial backing from the government, the company plans to spend about Rs 4,000 crore to increase its fleet size, which at present stands at 43.According to Sharma, Pawan Hans may acquire around 100 helicopters over the next six years and is reportedly in talks with Bell Helicopters and Airbus Helicopters for the acquisition.Additionally, the company plans to provide connectivity to the Northeast region of the country. “Northeast is a region where the company already has a strong presence through helicopter service. We plan to connect the northeast capitals as well,” Sharma said.last_img read more

Over 30 pounds of rat meat was found in mans bag at

first_imgOver 30 pounds of rat meat was found in man’s bag at airport Posted by CHICAGO — In the latest installment of ‘What’s in your bag?’, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents have thwarted a man’s attempt to import several pounds of rat meat.Customs spokesman Steve Bansbach said Tuesday that the man declared the 32 pounds of meat on June 26 when his flight arrived from the Ivory Coast. The meat was confiscated and destroyed.Bansbach says the man did not face a fine and continued on his journey because he was forthcoming about what he was bringing into the country. He says customs officials prohibit the entry of African meats to prevent the spread of African swine fever.The Department of Agriculture says the highly contagious and deadly viral disease affects domestic and wild pigs and is not a threat to humans. The department says it has never been found in the U.S.Earlier this year, the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) revealed the weirdest weapons its agents have confiscated over the years. These include a guitar-shaped semi-automatic rifle, live eels and a snake in a hard drive.More news:  Canada raises travel warning amid escalating protests in Hong Kong With file from The Associated Press Share Travelweek Group center_img << Previous PostNext Post >> Wednesday, July 3, 2019 Tags: TSA, U.S. Customs and Border Protectionlast_img read more