UL Now Offering CTIA Cybersecurity Certification for IoT Devices

first_imgGlobal safety science leader, UL, has received certification as CTIA Authorized Testing Laboratory (CATL) for cybersecurity. With this new designation, UL is ready to test connected devices for CTIA’s Cybersecurity Certification Program.CTIA is a non-profit industry organization that represents U.S. wireless communications carriers and equipment manufacturers, mobile app developers and content creators. UL worked closely with CTIA through their Cybersecurity Working Group to further define the test requirements, perform pilot testing, and overall help ensure interoperability between wireless devices and networks, and set standards for a secure, high-performing and innovative wireless ecosystem.The CTIA Cybersecurity Certification Program helps establish foundational security standards for LTE and Wi-Fi enabled IoT devices, including the IoT ecosystems for smart homes, smart cities, mobile healthcare infrastructure, connected cars and personal devices.The CTIA IoT Cybersecurity Certification Program offers tiered security testing in three categories to meet the evolving security needs of IoT device manufacturers, beginning with core IoT device security features, and adding additional requirements based on increasing device complexity, sophistication and manageability. As one of only a few labs authorized by CTIA as a part of their Cybersecurity Certification pilot program, UL will support the expansion of the program through continued  collaboration.UL offers its own cybersecurity certification program; the UL Cybersecurity Assurance Program (UL CAP) based upon the UL 2900 Standard, next to other security programs and certifications.last_img read more

Stow-Munroe Falls tops Barberton behind strong games from Rice and Bainbridge

first_img NEO HS Staff Related TopicsBarberton MagicsStow-Munroe Falls Bulldogs by Michael RodgersBARBERTON, OHIO– The Stow-Munroe Falls Bulldogs opened their season with a dominating 57-35 win against the hosting Barberton Magic on Tuesday.The Bulldogs were led by senior guard Cory Rice who had 22 points and suffocating perimeter defense. Junior center Evan Bainbridge also had a big night. The 6’9” skilled big man finished with 20 points and nine rebounds. One may also credit him for taking the home crowd out of the game with two monster two-handed slams in the first and third quarters.The Magic’s Zane Ries had a valiant effort contributing 9 points, two steals and solid defense. The Bulldogs improve to 1-0 on the year and will host North Royalton on Friday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. The Magic drop to 0-3 on the season and will host Revere on the same day and time.last_img read more

City Of Soldotna Is Hiring A New City Manager

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The City of Soldotna listed a job posting for a new City Manager on the City of Soldotna website on Monday, November 27. Qualifications listed for the position are: Bachelor’s degree and increasingly responsible relevant work experience or a Master’s degree in one of the following: Public Administration, Business Administration, Political Science or other closely related field. Other desired qualifications include: Demonstrated ability to supervise staff to achieve organizational goals, Knowledge of Alaska statutes related to municipal government and experience with state granting processes, and Experience negotiating union contracts.  The position became available in October when the Soldotna City Council accepted the resignation of previous City Manager Mark Dixson, on October 11. The full-time position is listed at a salary range of $110,000 to $132,000 depending on experience. Applications for the role are due by January 5, at 5 p.m.. According to the council they will begin reviewing applications from January 8 to January 10. The city manager will be appointed by a majority vote of the City Council and, subject to a contract, holds office “at the pleasure of the city council.” Story as aired:last_img read more

Barbados win T20 Blaze to become double champs

first_imgGEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC): Barbados were crowned West Indies Women’s Twenty20 Blaze and regional women’s double-crown champions after a 58-run unbroken third-wicket stand between World-rated all-rounder Deandra Dottin and Windies Women teammate Kycia Knight formalised an eight-wicket victory over Guyana on Wednesday. Dottin smashed six fours and two sixes in the top score of 43 not out from 28 balls, and Knight made 24 from 28 balls as the Barbadians successfully chased a modest target of 86 in the final match of the tournament under the lights at the Guyana National Stadium. A strong bowling performance – led by the Windies Women pair of Hayley Matthews, the Barbados captain, and Shakera Selman – had helped the Barbadians restrict the Guyanese to 85 for seven from their allotment of 20 overs after the tournament hosts won the toss and decided to bat. Matthews and Selman took two wickets apiece, but the visitors then limped to 28 for two in the ninth over before Dottin took charge of the chase with typically explosive batting to get the champions over the finish line with 23 balls remaining. Barbadians Unbeaten The victory meant that the Barbadians played unbeaten in the tournament and won both women’s titles this season, following their capture of the Super50 Cup just 10 days earlier in which they also did not lose a match. Earlier, Windies Women pair of Chedean Nation, not out 63, and Chinelle Henry, not out 44, shared 90 – unbroken – for the fourth wicket to lead Jamaica to a seven-wicket victory over Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) in the opening match of the day’s triple-header. Chasing 146 for victory, the Jamaicans were 56 for three in the 11th over before Nation hit five fours and two sixes from 48 balls and Henry struck five fours from 26 balls to stage a recovery and carry their side over the finish line with eight balls remaining, helping them clinch second place tied on nine points with T&T and Guyana but securing a superior net runrate. Britney Cooper had led the way with 30, and Windies Women teammate Anisa Mohammed led three players that all got 26 as T&T, who finished third in the tournament, posted 145 for six off 20 overs after they were sent in to bat. In the day’s other contest, Pearl Etienne was the pick of the Windward Islands bowlers, taking 3-14 from four overs as her side held on to clinch an 11-run victory over Leeward Islands and clinch fifth spot. Stacy-Ann Adams and Windies Women’s leg-spinner Afy Fletcher, the Windwards captain, captured two wickets each to back up Etienne, as the Leewards were restricted to 104 for nine from their 20 overs, chasing 116 for victory.last_img read more

Bristol City Teams Up With South Bristol Sports Centre

first_imgThe association will see a commitment by the Championship club to enhance the work that the Bristol City Community Trust already does in the area with the newly opened FIVES Soccer Centre, near Knowle.Bristol City vice-chairman Jon Lansdown said: “The football club is passionate about delivering community projects and we look forward to help develop the children’s coaching programmes, social inclusion projects and school holiday football camps at the centre.”Ben Ferris, director at the South Bristol Sports Centre, added: “We’re proud to be able to announce this partnership with City and I look forward to seeing us deliver some of the best football services in the city.“Following the opening of our new FIVES Soccer Centre this summer, with lots of teams already participating in the leagues and loving the surface, the new link with the club will really help drive participation in the area even further. “We currently have leagues available every evening of the week on the highest quality football surfaces in Bristol, so for those who love playing football, the pitches are perfect.”The South Bristol Sports Centre has six state of the art 4G FIFA Standard artificial pitches. For more information about joining a league please contact Ben Ferris or click here.The First BCCT holiday camp will be held at the centre during the October half-term – parents wishing to enroll their children should contact the Bristol City Community Trust on 0117 963 0636 or email communitytrust@bcfc.co.uk.last_img read more

Week 3 high school football game capsules

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Prep Baseball Results; Rocori Downs Sartell

first_img 720p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip Osakis 4, Royalton 0 360p Rocori 3, Sartell-St. Stephen 2 (8 innings)(Sean Terres thew all 8 innings with 5 hits and 2 runs allowed with 11 strikeouts to get the win)Sauk Rapids-Rice 6, Tech 0 (suspended due to rain, storms)Cathedral 1, Mora 0 (suspended due to rain in the bottom of the 5th.  The game will likely resume when Mora comes to St. Cloud on May 22) Auto (360p)center_img About Connatix V56892 1080p HD 1/1 About Connatix V56892last_img read more

Seven indictments handed down on Wednesday

first_imgJACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – Seven people were indicted on Wednesday morning by the Campbell County Grand Jury.  Six were indicted for driving under the influence (DUI). Kenneth Bartley –  28, Jacksboro – DUIEmily Shumate –  21, Williamsburg, KY – DUIAmy Kerestessy –  42, La Follette – DUIBrian Phipps – 46, Lake City – DUI, possession of schedule II meth > point-five grams and possession of drug paraphernaliaLowell Murray –  47, La Follette – false imprisonment and criminal trespassingDarreck Kierzek – 43, Duff – DUIScotty Foust –  43, Lake City -third offense DUI,  DUI (3rd over. 08), resisting arrest and violation of the open container lawThose indicted will be arraigned on Monday, Oct. 14,  8:30 am, at the Campbell County Courthouse at Jacksboro. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 10/03/2019-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Everton interest to sign player backed up, interest become ‘effective’ this…

first_imgFirst, they claim they could ‘confirm’ the chase, saying the Toffees’ wish to sign the player could become ‘effective’ in January.However, Fernandes would not be so keen on joining the club. The reason is he would like to play for a club with bigger aspirations.The midfielder’s idea is to fight for titles and for places in European tournaments, and he wants to do so every year.Embed from Getty ImagesA Bola says that Sporting are not keen on selling either. Fernandes is the only player protected by a €100m release clause, and selling him now would mean they’re giving up on their biggest goals of the season.That’s why it doesn’t matter if it will be Everton or other club, Fernandes’ sale is more likely to be made in the summer.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this Game is a Must-HaveForge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles meet in Tung Chung?Dating.comUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題UndoSingles50Hong Kong: A 40+ Dating Site That Actually Works!Singles50UndoSmart Tech TrendOver 55? You Have to Try Those Revolutionary Glasses!Smart Tech TrendUndo After a couple of articles claiming that Everton are interested in signing midfielder Bruno Fernandes from Sporting, Portuguese newspaper A Bola brings a story today saying the transfer is unlikely to happen.last_img read more

Division II star leads class of small-school draft prospects

first_img Kyle Dugger played most of his college football career in the shadows of higher-profile players and programs.Appalachian State was less than a two-hour drive north of the Lenoir-Rhyne campus. The Tobacco Road triad of Duke, North Carolina and North Carolina State was about two hours east, and Knoxville, home of the Tennessee Volunteers, was less than three hours to the west.Dugger isn’t taking a back seat to any of them.Last fall, he forced NFL scouts to add a new stop on their weekend trips, Hickory, North Carolina, where they unearthed a hidden gem — maybe the best draft prospect football fans don’t know.“It hasn’t been the easiest switch going from not having any of that (publicity) to having a lot of it,” Dugger said during the league’s annual scouting combine in Indianapolis. “But they (school officials) definitely got behind me and they’re really excited.”Not so long ago, scouts didn’t know much about Dugger, either. He remembers repeatedly answering three questions: What school is that, where is it located, and how did he end up in Division II?Then again, it’s easy for football players to get overlooked in Hickory, a small city full of Southern charm nestled between Interstate 40 and the Blue Ridge Parkway. There, fans flock to feature races under the Saturday night lights of 68-year-old Hickory Motor Speedway, also known as “The Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars.” Baseball fans line up to see Hickory Crawdads games. Bob Gibbons, one of college basketball’s original recruiting experts, worked 25 miles away in Lenoir and has used the college gym to host high school all-star games. The nearby mountains offer plenty of outdoors options.So Lenoir-Rhyne football hasn’t always been the top choice for Saturday afternoons.But when Dugger started turning heads, thousands showed up at 8,500-seat Moretz Stadium to see the budding star. Scouts followed, and soon Dugger was the feature attraction.“The competitor in me definitely wanted more, at times,” he said. “I’d really dive into the details of what I was doing and see if I’m doing what I’m supposed to do — or was it me getting away with things because of the level of the competition.”NFL executives knew better than to overlook another player from a school that barely registers on college football’s highlight shows.The roll call includes Walter Payton of Jackson State, Jerry Rice of Mississippi Valley State and Carson Wentz of North Dakota State. Joe Flacco and Darrell Green came out of Delaware and Texas A&M-Kingsville, respectively.Dugger finds himself at the head of another strong class that includes offensive lineman Ben Bartch of St. Johns (Minnesota), running back James Robinson of Illinois State, tight ends Charlie Taumoepeau of Portland State and Adam Trautman of Dayton.Three of the four, in addition to Dugger, were at the Senior Bowl. All five received combine invites, and most understand the club they’re trying to join.Bartch’s story starts like so many others. He was a high school tight end with no Division I offers, opting to play at a Division III school primarily because he liked the area, loved the sport, and the school gave him a chance to extend his career.Two years later, the coaches asked him to move to left tackle.Then came the big twist.Bartch spent the next three months cramming in study sessions between classwork, conditioning and coaching at a local high school. Sometimes, he relied on YouTube videos to learn the position.To save time, Bartch devised his own breakfast smoothie creation. He describes the“magic shake” as a concoction of seven eggs, a large tub of cottage cheese, quick grits, peanut butter and a banana, topped off with a splash of Gatorade. It helped him go from 250 pounds to 305 as he turned into an NFL prospect.“I would throw it all in and plug my nose,” Bartch said. “I’d gag sometimes, but that’s what you have to do.”Now Bartch should become the first St. John’s player taken since 1974, (DT Kurt Wachtler to the Vikings in the 15th round). Bartch would be the highest draft pick in school history.Dugger doesn’t have to go back that far to find Lenoir-Rhyne’s last selection: DE John Milem, chosen by San Francisco in Round 5 in 2000.But after an impressive Senior Bowl, the kid who started high school at 5-foot-6, 140 pounds and graduated at 5-11, 170 with only three scholarship offers , showed up in Indy at 6-1, 217 pounds, with the long arms teams crave. He ran the 40 in 4.49 seconds, had the best vertical jump among safeties (42 inches) and the second best broad jump (11 feet, 2 inches).And if he becomes the highest Division II player selected since the turn of the century, he’ll be on a stage where everyone knows his name, school and story.“It’s something I will use as a stepping stone,” he said. “But I kind of like being in the underdog role, kind of that dark side, villainous role, and I think it’s something I’m going to continue doing.” First Published: 16th April, 2020 11:09 IST LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE Associated Press Television News Last Updated: 16th April, 2020 11:09 IST Division II Star Leads Class Of Small-school Draft Prospects Kyle Dugger played most of his college football career in the shadows of higher-profile players and programs.center_img COMMENT SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By FOLLOW USlast_img read more