The £35 million Aerospace Integration Research Centre (AIRC), which is set to change the way the world thinks about flight, has been officially opened today at Cranfield University.
The Australian Sailing Team, including its Olympic medallists, will head to Melbourne at the end of November for the 2017 edition of the Sail Melbourne International Regatta. This year, the event will be hosted out of the newly renovated Royal Brighton Yacht Club from 27 November to 3 December 2017.
As mere morals, we have come to rely heavily – some may say a little too heavily – on technology within our daily lives. With this dependence comes risk – the risk that something will go wrong and that when this does, inevitably happen, that the consequences will be drastic.
Microsoft Corp’s secret internal database for tracking bugs in its own software was broken into by a highly sophisticated hacking group more than four years ago, according to five former employees, in only the second known breach of such a corporate database. The company did not disclose the extent of the attack to the public or its customers after its discovery in 2013, but the five former employees described it to Reuters in separate interviews. Microsoft declined to discuss the incident.
It has been revealed that search engine giant Google has introduced an even more secure login process for users who are at high risk of online attacks. The new Advanced Protection feature focuses on defending against phishing, accidental sharing, and fraudulent access to accounts.
Export of British Personal Protection Systems for US Police for Crowd Control & Public Order
Given the number of Anti-Trump protests devolving into riots right across the United States in recent months, US Police are currently retraining their teams and adopting a more European conciliatory approach to Crowd Control & Public Order. With a former British Army and Met Police Officer leading the charge, UK Companies are now exporting British expertise in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) systems to Police teams on the other side of the Atlantic.
London, 18 October 2017: Wizz Air UK Limited (“Wizz Air UK”), a fully owned and controlled subsidiary of Wizz Air Holdings Plc (the “Company” or “Wizz Air”), the largest low-cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, announces that it has filed an application for the grant of an Air Operator’s Certificate (“AOC”) and Operating Licence (“OL”) with the Civil Aviation Authority of the United Kingdom (”CAA”).