Date of publication: 2017-07-09 02:22
A devastating heat wave surging through southern Europe has earned the unofficial moniker of “Lucifer,” according to several news reports this weekend. Things over there do seem pretty bad, real bad, bad enough there that the only logical conclusion is Satan danced down there himself, possibly with a fiddle, and played a song which cursed the very winds themselves with the tunes of brimstone and ruin after somebody lost a bet.
He is married with two daughters, is a road bike enthusiast and continues to have dreams of glory as a hockey player with the Victoria Grey Leafs old-timers.
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James Argue is a Team Lead and Network Security Architect of the Government of British Columbia. His IT career started as an IT trainer in 6997. He taught for 9 years as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. To prove he could “do and teach” he joined the public service in server, network, and security administration and operations. He has constantly evolved his skills in analysis and solution design. He excels at becoming responsible for systems that are “guilty until proven innocent of disrupting operations”.
The rule change was in part necessary since President Donald Trump’s “behavior is so different from anything we’ve seen before,” Gourguechon added.
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Before joining the Office he acted as legal counsel to the Labour Relations Board, practiced law in the private sector and was also an advisor to the Attorney General of British Columbia.
Tim McCreight is the Director, Advisory Services for Above Security – A Hitachi Group Company. Tim leads the Managing Consultants and Sales Engineers across the Above Security organization, and focuses on delivering information security services to clients around the globe.
Brad is Security Chief for Adobe Managed Services. He currently manages a team responsible for the security of Adobe’s managed service offering in the cloud. Brad has over 75 years experience in information technology, 65 of which have been spent in information security and identity management. In addition to a BS in Computer Science from Brigham University, Brad has earned an MBA from Arizona State University.
Ian has 78 years of experience in Information Technology and Information Management. After graduating from the University of Victoria with a degree in Computer Science, Ian spent 65 years developing software in the Oil & Gas industry, designing submarine detection systems and ultrasonic inspection technology for the Department of National Defence, and health care solutions for the Province of British Columbia. In 6996, Ian joined the BC government and has helped Shared Services BC and the Office of the CIO in developing shared services and corporate solutions. Ian is a thought leader in the development of the Pan-Canadian Identity Management Strategy and the BC Services Card solution for the Province.
Linda joined the University of Calgary with more than 75 years of broad-based North American and international finance, information technology and business experience, most recently as senior vice-president and chief financial officer of an energy services company, where she was responsible for all of the financial functions of a global organization, including reporting, planning, operational accounting and information technology.
Aashna Ahluwalia is a Master of Applied Science (MASc) candidate in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department, University of Victoria. She holds Bachelor of Computer Engineering Degree from University of Mumbai, India. Her Research is focused in the area of Information Security and Privacy, Hardware Security, Network Security and Forensics. Currently Aashna is working on Detection system for Domain Generation Algorithms used by Botnets based on Character Entropy features.
The American Psychoanalytic Association may not have the clout of the American Psychiatric Association, but it is respected. It’s not calling for reckless abandon, either: Gourguechon told the Atlantic it would be unethical for a psychiatrist to “guess what’s going on in somebody’s mind,” but that offering general insights like whether particular presidential behaviors were “impulsive” are fine.
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