MONTREAL — Air Canada is cancelling its Hamilton-Montreal route amid sluggish sales from business travellers, announcing the move in a newspaper ad just one month after ramping up flights between the two cities.Direct flights will scale down to once daily from three as of Jan. 9, and stop completely after March 30.The Montreal-based company says it regrets having to nix a route that did not “foster enough demand to be sustainable.”Air Canada Jazz, which provides regional service for the carrier, returned to Hamilton after an eight-year absence in May 2016, targeting business travellers looking for same-day return trips and recreational passengers hoping to use Montreal as a hub to other destinations.Hamilton’s John C. Munro International Airport says it is “disappointed” with the news, but will continue to try to build up a niche with low-cost and leisure carriers.The airport suffered another loss when Flair Airlines took off for Toronto’s Pearson International Airport at the end of October, just months after landing at the smaller airport, 64 kilometres southwest of Toronto. However, it added WestJet’s low-cost Swoop airline and will welcome Norwegian Airlines next spring for flights to Dublin.Companies in this story: (TSX:AC, TSX:WJA)The Canadian Press
11 September 2007The President of the United Nations General Assembly, Sheikha Haya Rashed Al Khalifa, has inaugurated a week-long exhibition at UN Headquarters in New York on development in Bahrain, to mark the award the UN-Habitat award the country’s prime minister, Shaikh Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa. The exhibition, organized by the Mission of Bahrain to the UN and dubbed “Bahrain: Making policy a reality, meeting the millennium challenges,” features the Middle Eastern country’s efforts to preserve the environment through responsible urban planning. “Development is indispensable for advancement, prosperity and safeguarding the future. It is a fundamental human right that we must all strive to protect and promote,” Sheikha Haya said.In implementing initiatives in the pursuit of development, “the needs of the poor must be paramount, for poverty, just like unemployment and illiteracy, reinforces the foundation upon which tension, fanaticism and violence thrive,” she added.
14 February 2012The United Nations said today it is working with Niger, Burkina Faso and Mauritania to relocate refugees fleeing renewed fighting in Mali to safer locations away from the border areas, as thousands continue to arrive on a daily basis. The recent outbreak of conflict in northern Mali between Government forces and Tuareg rebels has sent thousands of civilians fleeing to neighbouring countries, with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) having received reports of “significant” new arrivals over the weekend in northern Niger. “UNHCR does not at this stage have confirmed numbers for overall arrivals from Mali into Niger, but from available estimates we know there are multiples of thousands,” spokesperson Adrian Edwards told reporters in Geneva. He said people are living in makeshift shelters, facing extremes of heat by day and cold at night. The health situation is relatively stable but there are incidences of malaria, eye infection, diarrhoea and respiratory infection, said Mr. Edwards, adding that the sanitation and clean water situation is “inadequate.” UNHCR health experts are working with Niger’s health authorities and medical agencies on the ground to coordinate the response. They are also working with the Government on plans to move the refugees to sites away from the volatile border. The agency has identified a site to set up a camp near Ouallam town, 100 kilometres north of Niger’s capital, Niamey. “Some refugees have told us that they are reluctant to move since they hope to return home as soon as the security conditions permit them to,” said Mr. Edwards. “Refugees we met told us that many people are now displaced at the Mali border areas and that they might cross over to Niger should the confrontation situation in Mali deteriorate,” he added. According to the authorities in Burkina Faso, 8,000 people have entered that country so far, many of them women and children. The Government has asked UNHCR to help with the relocation of thousands of these refugees from spontaneous settlements in the north of the country, to two sites in Goudebo and Ingani, further away from the border. Meanwhile, UNHCR said that over 13,000 people have arrived in the past two weeks – an average of 1,000 a day – in Mauritania, where they are living in makeshift shelters. The agency is working with the Mauritanian authorities and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to prepare a camp in M’Bera, 50 kilometres from the border.
As Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Representative, Mr. Brahimi will begin his talks on Monday in Pakistan, where he will remain for most of the week before travelling to Iran. According to a UN spokesman in Islamabad, after his visits to Pakistan and Iran, Mr. Brahimi might have to go back to New York around the start of the top-level debate in the UN General Assembly in mid-November, but he would later want to visit all States neighbouring Afghanistan.On the humanitarian front, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, Kenzo Oshima, who has been travelling around the region in recent days, met today with the President and Foreign Minister of Tajikistan. Afterwards he reported that the Dushanbe Government was highly supportive of UN efforts to provide assistance to Afghanistan and would simplify administrative procedures and facilitate the use of Tajik facilities.Meanwhile, UN humanitarian agencies continued their push to aid needy Afghans. The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said it has gained access to the no-man’s land between Tajikistan and Afghanistan, where some 6,000 Afghan children are among a group stranded there since last October. The agency is immunizing the children and furnishing relief supplies.The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reported that its Kandahar office and an adjacent warehouse had been looted. “For some time, we’ve been aware that Taliban soldiers have been holding meetings in our Kandahar regional office, and people arriving from Kandahar have spoken of seeing some of UNHCR’s nine vehicles being driven around town by armed men,” said agency spokesman Peter Kessler. “While we are trying to recheck this report of looting with other sources, it is very worrisome and indicative of the collapse of law and order in the country.”Echoing these concerns, Francesco Luna, a spokesman for the UN World Food Programme (WFP), said its office in Mazar-I-Sharif had reportedly been occupied by armed individuals.
by Francesca Ebel, The Associated Press Posted Jul 19, 2016 7:58 am MDT Last Updated Jul 19, 2016 at 11:13 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Russian Jewish group OK with ‘Pokemon Go’ MOSCOW – The Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia said on Tuesday it does not mind people playing the hit smartphone game “Pokemon Go” around synagogues and other cultural buildings.The Jewish community’s governing body said in a statement Tuesday that it is not against the game as long as it is not disturbing the congregation.“We don’t see any problem,” the Jewish federation’s spokesman Andrei Glotser told the Tass news agency. “Let them come and search (for the Pokemon), maybe even something useful will come out of this!”“Pokemon Go” is an augmented reality game which allows players to scour their neighbourhoods and cities in search of fictional characters. It is reported to be the biggest U.S. mobile game ever and within 24 hours of its launch had outstripped popular apps such as Twitter and the location-based dating-app Tinder for number one app in the U.S. App Store’s ‘Top Grossing’. The app was officially launched in Russia on Monday.The game has had a mixed reaction from other denominations and Russian politicians. While Russian airports and banks have endorsed the game, the Russian Orthodox Church and some Duma deputies have angrily complained that the Western-developed app has harmed Russia.Vakhtang Kipshidze, a spokesman for the Russian Orthodox Church, in comments carried by the Moskva news agency on Tuesday called the game “a threat to human integrity” and cautioned users against playing the game on church premises. Russian state-owned television channel Rossiya 24 aired a segment in which is suggested that such trespassing on official and private property could result in a prison sentence.Duma deputy Yevgeny Fydorov took this one step further in comments on his YouTube channel, accusing the foreign game-makers of conspiracy to destabilize the Russian state, by bringing people out onto the streets, causing mass riots and chaos.Russian businesses, however, seemed anxious to capitalize on the game craze.Russian bank Sberbank has started offering free insurance to players hurt while playing “Pokemon Go.” In the event of injury, policyholders would be entitled to compensation as high as 50,000 rubles ($800), the bank said in a statement released on Monday.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Greta Van Susteren’s stop at a third cable news network proved to be short. MSNBC said Thursday that she’s out after less than six months at the network, to be replaced by Ari Melber.Van Susteren began hosting a Washington-based 6 p.m. weeknight show at MSNBC on Jan. 9, joining the network after her 14-year run at Fox News Channel ended last summer following a financial disagreement. Before joining Fox, she had her own show at CNN.But with the Fox and MSNBC audiences usually diametrically opposed, it proved a poor fit. MSNBC has had its best ratings in network history in 2017, but Van Susteren hasn’t shared in the riches. It was the least-watched show on MSNBC between 5 p.m. and midnight both Monday and Tuesday of this week, according to the Nielsen company.On Monday, for example, MSNBC’s “Meet the Press Daily” at 5 p.m. had 970,000 viewers, and Van Susteren’s show dipped to 797,000. When Chris Matthews’ “Hardball” started at 7 p.m., the network’s audience jumped to 1.45 million, Nielsen said.The show is ending despite the public backing of Van Susteren’s friend and MSNBC’s most popular host, Rachel Maddow.Van Susteren tweeted “I’m out at MSNBC” before MSNBC made its announcement Thursday afternoon. She had no immediate comment about the ouster.In a note to staff, MSNBC President Phil Griffin called Van Susteren “a well-regarded television veteran and one of only a few broadcasters who can say they’ve hosted shows at all three major cable news networks. We are grateful to her and wish her the best.”A lawyer like Van Susteren, Melber is MSNBC’s chief legal correspondent and hosts a weekend show, “The Point.” He’ll begin as permanent 6 p.m. host sometime next month, Griffin said. Greta Van Susteren out as MSNBC host by David Bauder, The Associated Press Posted Jun 29, 2017 2:10 pm MDT Last Updated Jun 29, 2017 at 3:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Trees add to the aesthetics of a place. Research has shown that quality of life improves with exposure to natural environments and green spaces. Trees make excellent snow fences, wind breakers and other barriers.“We were thinking that the Region and its municipalities would be in the perfect position to introduce the planning policy because they’re in charge of maintaining roadways, parks and other public land,” says Kristen Shaver, also a Department of Earth Sciences Master’s student.Also at the meeting Wednesday will be the class’s supervisor, Professor of Earth Sciences Uwe Brand, who came up with the idea for the research project after noticing a lack of trees on his daily commute to Brock.The presentation will take place at the Planning and Development Committee meeting Wednesday at 1 p.m. in the council chambers at Niagara Region Headquarters in Thorold. Cutting down a tree? Plant two to replace it.That’s the recommendation from students in the Brock University Environmental Assessment class, which will be presenting its “Two-for-One Trees” policy proposal to Niagara Region on Wednesday, March 22.“We see tree planting as one of the easiest efforts we can undertake to combat the issue of global warming,” says Alyssa Davis, Master’s student in the Department of Earth Sciences who will be leading the presentation.Davis will be highlighting the class’s research on forest cover in the region and the country, Canada’s carbon dioxide emissions and more details of the proposal.“We hope that each municipality within the Niagara region will be inspired to act with this “Two-for-One Trees” policy on tree replacement, if they haven’t already done so,” says Davis.Among the reasons the Environmental Assessment students give for why Niagara’s 12 municipalities would want to come on board:Trees remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the Earth’s atmosphere. Too much carbon dioxide — mostly from human activities — is a key contributor to global warming. Increasing the number of trees will take some of this carbon dioxide out of circulation.
“It did take me by surprise a little bit. It was always in the back of my head that something like that could happen, but it wasn’t until spring this year that something just clicked that felt right – my whole world just changed right there and then.“Of course I still fancy girls, but right now I’m dating a guy and I couldn’t be happier.”Watch Daley’s message in full here.YouTube credit: Tom DaleyO’Brien smashes Michelle Smith’s 18-year-old Irish 100m butterfly recordHere are 10 of the best sporting images of the week OLYMPIC DIVING BRONZE medallist Tom Daley published a heartfelt video message on YouTube this morning.The 19-year-old speaks at length of his ‘rollercoaster’ last few years before moving on to his private life and revealing he is currently dating a man.“I’ve never really had a serious relationship to talk about,” Daley said in his personal video blog.“Come spring this year my life changed massively when I met someone who makes me feel so happy, so safe and everything just feels great. And, well, that someone is a guy.
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc has called for the reopening of Halki seminary, a centre of Orthodox scholarship for more than a century until Turkey closed it down in 1971, according to reports. “Minorities have the same rights as us,” Arinc told a conference in Berlin on Tuesday, Anatolia news agency reported, adding that the seminary is necessary to educate Orthodox clerics. “This school certainly has to be opened and clerics should be educated here again,” Arinc was quoted by Anatolia as telling the conference which was organized by the International and Intercultural Dialogue Institute. The EU has said re-opening the seminary, on an island off the Istanbul coast, is crucial if Ankara is to prove a commitment to human rights and pluralism and advance its membership bid. Source: Kathimerini
By Sulayman BahWhen the news filtered out from the dormitory of the football federation, it seems that Gambia will have to do without a modicum of talent like Modou Barrow – a player they have toiled so hard to win over which is enough of a news to chill fans to the marrow. But what had exactly happened with the Swansea City player being omitted from the announced 24-man roster. And to explain the drama, Savoy did not fumble for words in spite of being subjected to almost a guillotine like grilling by the local press.‘Personal reason’ was how it was painted as offered explanation for the player’s plea to be excused from the Namibia game.Savoy ventured: “We sent, as well invitation to Modou Barrow and he just decided at the last couple of hours not to join the team for personal reasons and that is why he is not part of the list.”The response triggered a smattering of ‘hhmms’ and trying, apparently to quell nerves, the Swiss said: “I cannot say more than that, as I don’t know more than I’m told on the matter.”But soon a plethora of theories began to stream to the fore. One has it that, Barrow is getting minutes from coach Monk and is intent effectively utilizing the chance he is being offered to break into Swansea’s team and plans to do that without distractions. So, on this basis, he wants to be out of the Gambia team at least for a while.Another theory relates that the 22-year-old is injured which sounds rather all too unusual, giving the fact that no report has emerge to support this version.The final claim, which potentially could send shivers in the spines of Scorpions lovers, is reports from the grapevine that Modou Barrow turned his back on an invitation to play for Gambia in protest of coach Raoul Savoy’s decision to axe his cousin Omar Jagne from the roster.Jagne trades his services with Swedish third tier outfit Dalkurd and was on the score sheet grabbing Gambia’s equalizing goal against Uganda. That was followed with a call-up against South Africa and even had some playing time against Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions in Banjul.The lanky striker is a big part of Dalkurd’s push for promotion to the second division this campaign.With all this to account, Barrow is of the strong conviction his cousin deserves a mention in the Scorpion set up – a notion Savoy isn’t ready to budge down to again, according to reports.Modou is though yet to issue a reaction to these reports but whatever the correct version, this unfolding saga will sure come as an unwelcome distraction.This is not the first time Savoy is caught up in a web of controversy with foreign-based Gambian players. In the build-up to the Cameroon game, he was left red-faced after striker Ousman Jallow refuted the Swiss-born’s explanation of his omission from the Gambian team to family reason.Jallow instead claimed his decision not honour an invitation by GFF boiled down to injury.
Deputy Commissioner Dan Carothers: Carothers has 28 years of experience in Alaska corrections, including a correctional superintendent, probation officer, and correctional officer. He also owns Alaska Polygraph, LLC, and is certified as a polygraph professional. He holds a bachelor’s degree in police science from George Mason University. Major Andy Greenstreet: Greenstreet is the acting director of the Division of the Alaska State Troopers. He has worked public safety assignments in Alaska for almost 25 years, including rural and urban posts. He is a graduate from the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Law Enforcement Training Program, and the FBI Academy in Virginia. Deputy Commissioner Leitoni Tupou: Tupou is currently the director of the Division of Institutions, where he supervises all adult correctional superintendents and program coordinators within the Department of Corrections. He has been employed for 18 years with the DOC, four in the commissioner’s office. Tupou holds a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University of Hawaii. Amanda Price, Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety (DPS): Price is a well-known victims’ advocate and leader. She last served as Governor Bill Walker’s senior advisor on violent crime response and prevention, and as the executive director of Standing Together Against Rape, or STAR. She also led the American Heart Association and Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Alaska chapters. Price studied biological science at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Deputy Attorney General, Civil Division, Treg Taylor: Taylor is currently senior corporate counsel for Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC), an Alaska Native Corporation. He specializes in negotiating, drafting and finalizing contracts, as well as creating confidentiality agreements. Prior to his work at ASRC, he worked as an attorney at McKinley Capital Management. Taylor is also a commissioner for Anchorage Municipal Light and Power. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and a law degree from Brigham Young University. Governor Dunleavy: “Improving public safety is job number one for my administration. I am confident this stellar team of professionals will dive right into fixing what is broken and making Alaskans feel safe again.” Nancy Dahlstrom, Commissioner of the Department of Corrections (DOC): Dahlstrom is a former state legislator with years of experience in building and managing effective teams. Currently, Dahlstrom is a consultant for WEKA, a security, personal safety, and secure transport provider. Dahlstrom was recently reelected to the legislature, a position she will resign in order to serve the Department of Corrections (DOC). Dahlstrom holds a bachelor’s degree in human resources from Wayland Baptist University, and a master’s degree in organizational management from the University of LaVerne. Deputy Commissioner Michael Duxbury: Duxbury is currently the captain of the Alaska Bureau of Investigation and State-wide Drug Enforcement Unit (SDEU). He supervises 55 commissioned investigators and civilians deployed across Alaska and supervised the daily enforcement of illicit drug trafficking networks. Duxbury has been with the Department of Public Safety (DPS) for 28 years. He holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Strayer University and is a graduate of the FBI’s National Academy. Kevin Clarkson, Attorney General: Clarkson is an attorney in private practice at Brena, Bell & Clarkson, P.C. Throughout his legal career, Clarkson has specialized in state and federal litigation at the administrative, pretrial, trial, and appellate levels regarding civil litigation, business and construction matters, contracts, and others. Clarkson was admitted to Super Lawyers in 2014-2017, a distinction held by no more than five percent of Alaska attorneys and he is “A” rated with Martindale -Hubbell. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Oregon State University, and a law degree from the Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Ore. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Governor Mike Dunleavy announced the members of his public safety team during a press conference on Wednesday afternoon. Colonel Doug Massie: Director of the Division of Alaska Wildlife Troopers, Massey has 21 years of combined experience as a police officer, Alaska State Trooper, field training officer, and first line supervisor in the department of Public Safety. He has been a leader in the Public Safety Employees Association for 13 years, negotiating four contracts for the Public Safety Officers Unit. He holds a law enforcement certificate from the University of Alaska Southeast.
New Delhi: YSRCP Parliamentary Party leader V Vijaysai Reddy here on Wednesday brushed aside the criticism of Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy’s policies by the TDP and BJP leadership in AP as ‘ill informed attack” claiming that Jagan was ushering in changes in governance in ‘full consultation’ with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.Speaking to the media here on Wednesday, Vijaysai Reddy said those attacking the government policies on tenders and PPAs’ should know that those were aimed at recovering all the looted money in the past. There was large-scale corruption in every area and Jagan had kept the Centre posted of the same. Also Read – TDP to open shelters for victims of attacks Advertise With Us He had informed the Prime Minister and Union Home Minister Amit Shah about his plans to do away with corruption. He also sought their permission to initiate reverse tendering and review the power project agreements. “The Chief Minister has ushered in the changes with their consent and hence there was no grain of truth in the campaign of the TDP and its friendly media,” he said. Also Read – Quarry checks bring down granite production Advertise With Us Defending the US tour of Jagan, he said an ignorant Nara Lokesh and other TDP leaders were unable to digest their defeat in the elections and had launched a twitter campaign. Jagan’s tour was meant to attract investments and to safeguard AP’s interests. Vijaysai Reddy earlier led a team of his party’s MPs’ to the Union Minister, Piyush Goyal to seek his cooperation in completing all pending railway projects. He said the Minister had assured full cooperation in the matter.
This story originally appeared on Reuters 3 min read Enroll Now for Free Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now A car-sized sled powered by electromagnets rocketed to more than 100 miles (160 kph) an hour through the Nevada desert on Wednesday in what the Los Angeles company developing the technology said was the first successful test of a futurist transit system called hyperloop.Hyperloop One is among several companies competing to bring to life a technical vision by Elon Musk, the founder of rocket maker SpaceX and electric car company Tesla Motors, who suggested sending pods holding passengers and cargo inside giant vacuum tubes between Los Angeles and San Francisco.It’s a matter of debate how soon — or whether — passengers and cargo will ride the system at velocities approaching 750 miles per hour (1,200 kph), but Hyperloop One already has raised $80 million from backers including clean technology venture capitalist Khosla Ventures; high-speed railway SNCF, the French National Rail Company; and GE Ventures.Brogan BamBrogan, a former SpaceX engineer who co-founded Hyperloop One, called the test a major milestone.”Technology development testing can be a tricky beast,” he said to a crowd of 300. “You never know on a given day if things are going to work exactly like you want.”The sled began on a train track and then was rocketed to 105 miles per hour by electromagnets as electricity was shot into copper coils. After a short ride, the sled ran into a sand trap, sending out silicon sprays. If all goes according to plan, sleds will levitate and carry pods in a test later this year. Gigantic tubes already are scattered around the Las Vegas area test site.Company Chief Executive Rob Lloyd on Wednesday forecast a hyperloop would transport cargo by 2019 and passengers by 2021.”We’re practicing large, fast construction that includes robotic welding. Techniques that allow us to create a perfect production level,” he said. “What people think takes years should take quarters.”Musk created a stir by saying California could build a hyperloop from San Francisco to Los Angeles for around $6 billion, a 10th of the cost of the state’s high-speed rail project.Skeptics say real-world challenges ranging from construction permits to making the new technology work mean the costs are likely to be far greater.”The hyperloop might be promising, but it’s still unproven and just an idea. High-speed rail is a proven technology that’s been in use around the world for decades,” said Lisa Marie Alley, a spokeswoman with the California High Speed Rail Authority.A hyperloop, she said, will run into the same challenges of any other large infrastructure project, including funding, right of way, environmental permits, approvals and clearances. “None of it is easy,” she said.Alon Levy, a mathematician who writes about mass transit for the blog Pedestrian Observations, said the cost estimates from hyperloop backers do not fully take into account difficulties such as engineering turns at jet speed or even digging tunnels.”I do think Hyperloop can be built. But making it work requires much more money than the builders think, and much more than conventional high-speed rail,” he said.(Reporting by Rory Carroll; Editing by Peter Henderson and Leslie Adler) May 12, 2016 This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 5 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global December 14, 2018 The biggest data breaches are highly publicized, but what one often doesn’t see is the behind-the-scenes work that led to discovery and eventual remediation of the damage. A Ponemon Institute study found it actually takes an average of 191 days for organizations to identify a data breach. During that half-year, customer data is exposed, your brand is at risk, and exponential costs are incurred.A cybersecurity threat is not limited to external factors. The same study revealed that compliance failures can add to the costs associated with breaches by $11 for each compromised record. That means your own team is putting your business at risk.A Culture of Prevention.The best attack on cybercrime is prevention — and yes, that includes policy compliance. So how can you get employees on board with cybersecurity measures?Engagement is key. Cybersecurity bulletins and meetings mean nothing if employees are not active in preventing breaches and reporting security lapses. Train your staff in personal cybersafety first: how to shop safely online, what to know about Facebook’s privacy issues, and how to talk to their kids about cyberbullying. Leading with close-to-home topics will engage your employees in the subject and prove that you’re concerned about their personal well-being.A cyber-savvy culture also requires communication. It’s a good thing when workers discuss suspicious emails and other warning signs of hacking attempts, and managers should ensure that those concerns make it to the security team. Encourage open queries in team meetings to keep the staff alert and supportive of cybercrime scrutiny. Focus on your own messaging, as well: Remind your employees that they are the strongest defense you have against cyberattacks.Related: 3 Benefits of ‘Zero Trust’ Cybersecurity for Protecting Customer InformationImplementing a robust cybersecurity regime is a mountain of a task, which is all the more reason to make sure your employees are on board and compliant. There are key strategies you can implement to engage your team and reduce the chance of a crippling cyberattack against your company.1.) Pick your point person.If you want everyone in your organization to be on board with new cybersecurity measures and protocols, it’s best to appoint a leader to champion the cause. This person’s team will manage all aspects of security and data protection, from monitoring attack vectors to training other employees.A cybersecurity team should be staffed with individuals who are actually qualified to advise on the legal and technical implications of data protection — plus the specialists who can carry out their directives. Too often, cybersecurity is added to an already extensive list of duties for IT or administrative workers.To get a cybersecurity staff up to snuff requires investment. In a 2018 Deloitte survey of chief information security officers in state government, 61 percent reported competency gaps in their cybersecurity staff, and 94 percent of states cited high salary as the barrier to attracting and keeping cybersecurity talent. To alleviate the skills gap, Deloitte recommends partnering with universities, state and local agencies and contractors to bulk up cybersecurity teams.Related: Addressing the Cybersecurity Skills Gap2.) Let them know: It could happen to us.To make sure your team participates in heading off cybercrime disasters, share the why. Make sure employees are fully aware of just how possible it is for an incident to occur at anyone’s business.Share stories of some of the more egregious breaches — and how company culture or poor decisions enabled them. You’re not intending to scare your employees. Caution them about the very real dangers, but assure them that their vigilance will make it possible to prevent or mitigate damage.One way to do this without being too preachy is to host cyber war games — mock sessions in which cybersecurity threats are simulated and audited without risk of real harm. When global payment companies, including JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Mastercard Inc., held a combined cyber war game in October, their cooperation helped lay the groundwork for a coordinated response and uncovered new approaches to defense.Related: 6 Tips to Stop Hackers from Stealing Your Data and Your Business3.) Keep up the broadcast.You want to ensure employees are compliant with your cybersecurity plan, but you also want them to enjoy the advantages that come with remote work and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies. The best way to do that is to send out signals often to remind them of your best practices. Push notifications through text and email to let your team know of mobile maintenance updates and security measures.These friendly reminders are an important way to encourage compliance on your team. Hoala Greevy, founder and CEO of HIPAA-compliant email provider Paubox, underscores the need for this regular (but unobtrusive) communication: “Sound policies are essential, but few people remember the employee handbooks they’re asked to read on their first day. Likewise, BYOD policies will be easily forgotten without routine reminders.” Issuing cybersecurity notifications on a regular basis will keep your company policies top of mind.By taking these steps, you can create a lasting culture of vigilance and cybersecurity savvy. Given how damaging and costly a breach can be, a compliant culture will benefit your company for years to come. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Register Now »
Tags: Air Canada Vacations, People Travelweek Group Tuesday, December 13, 2016 Share Posted by TORONTO — Air Canada Vacations has welcomed Bryan Klompas, a former senior executive at TravelBrands, as its new Senior Director, Payload and Planning, effective immediately.Klompas has more than 20 years of experience in the travel industry, most recently holding the position of Executive Vice President, Revenue Management at TravelBrands, and prior to that Senior Executive Vice President at Sunquest. He has also held various senior roles at Thomas Cook North America, including Director of Business Analysis and Senior Director of Revenue Management and Analysis.In his new role at ACV, Klompas will be responsible for optimizing revenue across all lines of the business, and developing a long-term strategy for future capabilities in work processes, technology and automation. [PEOPLE] Industry veteran Bryan Klompas added to ACV executive team << Previous PostNext Post >>
Share Delays inevitable: new security measures for U.S.-bound pax start today TORONTO — Delta Air Lines is telling passengers travelling to the U.S. to arrive at the airport at least three hours before their flight and allow extra time to get through security. The warning comes as new security screenings for all passengers on U.S.-bound flights begin today, with airlines worldwide questioning flyers about their trip and their luggage in the latest Trump administration decision affecting global travel.Confusion still remains about the new regulations, which come at the end of a 120-day period following the U.S. lifting a ban on laptops in airplane cabins affecting 10 Midde Eastern cities. The new regulations cover all the 2,100 flights from around the world entering the U.S. on any given day.Some airlines said they had received permission to delay implementing the new rules until January.Other carriers who announced the new regulations on Oct. 25 included Air France, Cathay Pacific, the Lufthansa Group airlines and EgyptAir.Both Air Canada and WestJet warned of delays back in the summer. The warnings came soon after the U.S. Homeland Security Department demanded that airlines around the world step up security measures for international flights bound for the U.S. or face the possibility of a total electronics ban for planes, or worse, a ban against flying into the U.S. altogether. The new security rules will apply to roughly 180 foreign and U.S.-based airlines, flying from 280 cities in 105 countries.At Dubai International Airport, the world’s busiest for international travel, long-haul carrier Emirates began questioning passengers about their luggage, liquids they were carrying and where they were coming from. Passengers also had to have their carry-on bags searched, along with their electronics.More news: Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureOn Wednesday Emirates said it would conduct “passenger pre-screening interviews” for those travelling on U.S.-bound flights in concert with other checks on electronics.Elsewhere, things did not appear to be going so smoothly. In China, an official in the Xiamen Airlines press office, who would only give his surname as Qiu, said that the airlines received a “demand” about the new U.S. regulations and planned “to take some security measures, including security safety interviews from today on.”“We’re not going to interview all passengers, but focus on those with a certain degree of risk when checking the passengers’ documents on the ground,” he said.An official with the Eastern Airlines publicity department said that she saw media reports about security safety interviews but didn’t have immediate details on what her company was doing. 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Then you have to complete a one month course on how to be part of a multi-crew environment (how to be and act as a First Officer) and a further three months to train on the type of plane that you’ll finally fly.Q. Isn’t that quite a short training period given the responsibility pilots have? Jay: It sounds a short time, but it’s compressed. There are no university-style holidays or early finishes. During my thirteen month stint at flight school, I managed 4 days off (which was over Christmas) and I was expected to fly on many weekends. Overall it was a total of 18 months during which time I took 46 ground exams and 14 flying tests.Q. How many hours would you log before being allowed to fly a commercial 747 for example?Jay: Generally, when you come out of training with around 200 logged hours, you would fly a ‘narrowbody’ aircraft: something like a Boeing 737 or Airbus A320. Once you have enough flying hours, you can then apply for a Captain’s licence which takes about 2 years and 1500 logged hours. Then, if you wish, you can move on to a long-haul aircraft as a First Officer – but that move would normally take 4 to 5 years.Q. In what is a hugely responsible job, what is the toughest part of being an airline captain? Jay: The hardest thing is pulling things together to enable the aircraft to depart on time: this routinely involves issues surrounding passengers, engineering, loading and the crew – all of which always happen minutes before departure. The other fun bit is when a really tough call has to be made – a decision that centres on legality or practicality and safety pops its ugly head out and everyone just turns and looks at me. When it’s one of those, you have to do the right thing and follow the safe path which isn’t necessarily the same direction as the company’s operations department would want me to go. When the chips are down, I look after my passengers, my crew and my plane, preferring to be late at destination rather than being early into a risky situation. Q. You are highly trained and work in most closely regulated and monitored sector of the transport industry, why are people scared of flying?Jay: The media as well as friends and family have, I believe, a sense of responsibility even before Mr Never-Flown-Before steps foot on an aeroplane. ‘Mega-jet in near death crash’ on the front page of a tabloid, ‘Air crash investigation’ on Discovery and his friend Arthur down the road who recalls his one bad flight in five thousand – all this relish of crashes, near misses and so on just perpetuates the unnecessary angst.Q. What kind of percentage of people are scared of flying do you think?Jay: I’m not entirely sure, but during a delay in Croatia one day I spent a long time talking to our passengers. I took a straw poll and of the 77 we had on board, 12 were nervous! Think of those 16% the next time that you look at your fellow passengers in the departure lounge.Q. Any thoughts on what people can do?Jay: From meeting passengers quite regularly who have, shall we say, ‘issues’ with flying I have found that most of it comes from a basic fear of the unknown. I believe that understanding what is happening is the key.The best example that I can point to is before 9/11, we used to allow passengers visit us in the flight deck. That sparked an interest and a lucky few may have been allowed to stay on the flight deck to see the landing. I used to take some time talking to these people, explaining what was about to happen and why. They then had some understanding and the breakthrough was when they saw it all come together. Watching them shortly before landing, their anxiety levels would always be sky high; afterwards there would always be a relaxed and happy passenger knowing that flying is safe, controlled and well thought through.Q. This isn’t an option any longer I suppose…?Unfortunately not. In this modern day and age post 9/11, passengers can’t be allowed access to the flight deck any more. If I allow someone in (without extremely good reason), I lose my job, and face going to court so I am afraid that in-flight therapy is no longer available.Q. Any other bright ideas as to what the fearful flyer might do?If you’re nervous then there are two other ideas that you may want to try. Firstly, go and fly in a small aircraft. No, forget that, go and actually fly the small aircraft. This is the way it works: all flying clubs all over the UK offer ‘trial lessons’ so pick up your yellow pages and look one up. Book a trial lesson and explain to the flying instructor that you are afraid of flying and want to use the lesson to gain some understanding of aeroplanes and flying. It really will help. And before you ask, your little Cessna/Piper flies exactly the same way as my Boeing – just a bit slower. The cost is about £100 for around 40 mins though prices can vary.The second plan is to book a ‘fear of flying’ course. Professional people run these and they’re excellent since they help you understand what goes on through plain and simple explanations. Cost is about £2-300 depending on who you book through.You may also like to read: Fear of Flying: how to beat the jetset jitters ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedOnboard Interview 2: a pilot on armed air marshals, sea landings & KylieThe second part of our insight into a Airline Pilot’s life onboard, Skyscanner’s travel man interrogates Captain Jay12 confessions of a private jet pilotOur secret pilot reveals the inside story of life jetting A-list celebs around the world. 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