Indiana Elections Chief Reports Absentee Ballot Problems

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Lawson said she believes there could be "hundreds of thousands" of such faulty applications in circulation. The election division of her office approved their use Friday on a temporary basis for the November election. But she noted that some individual county elections officials have acted to disqualify their use.


Syncsort State of Resilience Report Shows Pressure to Assure Security and Compliance - DATAVERSITY

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The release goes on, "Security tops planned initiatives. While business continuity/high availability (47%) is IT's top concern, security is the top initiative companies will pursue in the next 24 months (49%) with investments in virus and malware protection, patch management and intrusion detection/ prevention. For IBM Power users, 52% will focus security investments on compliance auditing and reporting and tape is the predominant protection technology (71%), followed by software/logical replication (53%) and hardware/storage replication (51%). Nearly two-thirds of companies perform security audits on their systems, but the most common schedule was annual (39%). Another 10% audit every two years or more, which, given an ever-changing IT environment, could expose a company to risk.


Bleacher Report Live preview video

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Turkish news agency reports car bomb attack

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ISTANBUL (AP) — A deadly car bomb attack hit the central Anatolian province of Kayseri on Saturday morning, according to Turkish media reports.


Zuma Spokesman Dismisses Reports South African Deputy President May Be Sacked

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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma's spokesman said on Friday there was no basis for reports that the country's leader would axe his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa, speculation about which has weighed on the currency and bonds.