Prep Sports Schedule: 4/3

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailBoys SoccerRegion 14Carbon 6 Juab 0Delta 2 Providence Hall 1Region 15Manti 2 South Sevier 1North Sanpete 3 Richfield 0Softball2-A CentralGunnison 13 North Sevier 1Millard 10 Piute 32-A SouthBeaver 24 Panguitch 0Parowan 15 Milford 3Region 15North Sanpete 8 Manti 2Non-RegionCarbon 27 South Sevier 9Baseball2-A NorthGunnison 15 North Summit 0North Sevier 23 Monticello 32-A SouthBeaver 9 Millard 6Region 14Carbon 11 Delta 10 Non-RegionPine View 10 Richfield 5Juab 9 San Juan 3 Tags: Baseball/Boys Soccer/Gunnison/Manti/Piute/Softball/South Sevier Written bycenter_img Brad James April 2, 2018 /Sports News – Local Prep Sports Schedule: 4/3last_img

Double jeopardy: Security not immune

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Paul McCormackU.S. criminal law prohibits trying a defendant on the same or similar charges to which they were previous acquitted or convicted. In a way, the same concept used to apply in the security world. Security professionals used to have just one opportunity to “try” a file and determine its “guilt” or “innocence.” If the file was determined to be guilty, or malicious, they blocked its access to the company’s environment. An innocent or harmless file, on the other hand, received safe passage.While this point-in-time approach worked well, modern attackers have evolved their tactics. They learned that they must “appear in court” only once to convince the company of the file’s guilt or innocence.Now, in an effort to pass undetected through an organization’s point-in-time defenses, attackers use tools and tactics designed to ensure that a malicious file appears harmless.Once a file enters the network, security professionals often lack the tools to monitor the file’s behavior. In essence, using the point-in-time model, the security professional cannot retry the file for guilt or innocence.Sophisticated Attackers Know How Your Technology Works To mount its attack, a file must morph from seemingly harmless to malicious when no one is watching. Unfortunately, once a file receives permission to enter the network, often no one is watching, which is exactly what the attacker wants. continue reading »last_img read more

Back To Basketball

first_imgLogan Reidsma | Photo Editor Logan Reidsma | Photo Editor Logan Reidsma | Photo Editor Comments Logan Reidsma | Photo Editor AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLogan Reidsma | Photo Editorcenter_img Logan Reidsma | Photo Editor Dear Readers,The 2014-2015 men’s basketball season had little to do with the on-court product. A postseason ban midway through the conference year ended any slim hope the Orange may have had at sliding into the NCAA Tournament. With a season that is set to start Friday, the focus is “Back to Basketball.” The stories in this guide detail the theme of the new season. Dajuan Coleman and Brittney Sykes are healthy after returning from debilitating multi-year injuries. Michael Gbinije is taking over as SU’s point guard while his backup Kaleb Joseph has shown an improved shooting ability. The D.O. also commemorates Jim Boeheim, who is the face of a program that is hoping to reshape its reputation after a season that wasn’t about basketball.Thanks for reading, Sam Blum, Sports Editor Published on November 12, 2015 at 7:55 am,Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Logan Reidsma | Photo Editorlast_img read more