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Tokyo MK Taxi: het houden van de wedstrijd

In metropolitaanse gebieden waar een zwaar verkeer en beperkte parkeerplaatsen een probleem zijn, wordt het zeer verstandig om op particuliere auto's te vertrouwen. Taxi- en chauffeurbedrijven, zoals Tokyo MK Taxi, laten mensen achterover leunen en ontspannen in de achterbank, terwijl een prive-chauffeur de leiding heeft om u naar uw bestemming te brengen met comfort en stijl.



Tokyo MK Taxi is een wereldwijd bedrijf dat taxi- en chauffeurdiensten aanbiedt in Japan, Korea en de Verenigde Staten. Met Tokyo MK Taxi zijn Lexus-groepsliefhebbers LS600hL / 460 en andere luxueuze voertuigen zoals BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota Hiace en Nissan Fuga Hybrid, het bedrijf zeker aan de behoeften en behoeften van uw auto te voldoen. Na jarenlange taxi- en chauffeurdienst hebben we een aanvraag aangemaakt die aan de behoeften van onze klanten voldoet als het gaat om online reservering en taxi-reservering. Ongeacht waar u bent, kunt u toegang krijgen tot onze website en het transport boeken dat u n

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Indonesia eyes Hong Kong tourists at International Travel Expo

The Tourism Ministry is bringing eight tourism players to the International Travel Expo (ITE) in Hong Kong set to run from June 15 to 18 in a bid to promote Indonesian destinations to the Hong Kong market.


“Hong Kong contributed 83,830 to the total 12,023,971 foreign tourists who visited Indonesia in 2016,” said the ministry's deputy minister for Overseas Promotion, I Gde Pitana.



At this year’s ITE, Indonesia's booth will be designed to resemble a phinisi (the traditional two-masted sailing ship of the South Sulawesi Bugis people) to highlight the archipelago's charecter as a maritime nation consisting of more than 17,000 exotic islands.

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Security and Risk Complaints Online - Payday lender Wonga admits to data breach

270,000 customers advised not to worry but also to watch out for odd transactions and ponder password refresh

Payday lender Wonga has advised 270,000 customers of a data breach and offered inconsistent advice about the severity of the incident and how to respond.

An “incident FAQ” on the company's site says “We believe there may have been illegal and unauthorized access to the personal data of some of our customers.” The Reg understands 270,000 customers are potentially at risk, 245,000 of them in the UK.

Wonga says the data that parties unknown have accessed “may have included one or more of the following: name, e-mail address, home address, phone number, the last four digits of your card number (but not the whole number) and/or your bank account number and sort code.”

The FAQ offers contradictory advice on the incident, offering assurances that “We believe that your account is secure and you do not need to take any action" but also says “if you are concerned you should change you

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Cyber Security: Healthcare Industry Vulnerabilities Give Rise to Cyber Crime

In November, at least 35 healthcare facilities in the U.S., U.K. and Canada were targeted by cybercriminals executing Business Email Compromise (BEC) campaigns. The organizations, which included hospitals, specialty care providers, walk-in clinics and pharmaceutical companies, were defrauded by attackers who impersonated executives within the organizations.

Cybercriminals are drawn to and attack the healthcare industry for many reasons, but primarily because they allocate a bulk of their resources to patient care and innovation, which often leaves information security underfunded. However, by becoming educated about BEC scams and the tools available to mitigate this threat, healthcare organizations can drastically reduce email fraud and associated financial losses.

Understanding BEC

BEC is defined by the FBI as a sophisticated email scam that targets businesses working with foreign partners that regularly perform wire transfer payments. As such, BEC scams typically involve an attack

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