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GAA NEWS: URRIS LAUNCH SECOND PHASE OF BUY A BLOCK INITIATIVE

first_imgURRIS GAA NEWSMATCH “N” WIN: December 11th: No jackpot winner- numbers drawn: 7, 14, 17 & 19. €15 winners: Aileen Kelly, Tullagh, Linda Toland, Urrismana, Stephen & Siobhan, Straid, Mary & Rose, Culdaff and Mary Crossan, Tullagh. Jackpot next week €1, 260. Thanks to all our Lotto sellers and to all who support us in this weekly draw. GREAT CLONMANY DUCK RACE 2014: Ducks are now on sale for our Annual Great Clonmany Duck Race on St. Stephen’s Day 2014. Ducks cost €5, please contact Adrian Doherty, Alan Friel and Michael Doherty to buy your ducks. €150 for first duck home, €100 for second duck home, €50 for third duck home and €50 for last duck home etc. ClG Iorras wish to thank all who bought ducks at Centra on Saturday. A special word of thanks to Centra, Clonmany, Clonmany Post Office and all the lads who helped to sell the Ducks.U8 TRAINING: U8 training continues every Saturday in the Youth Club, Clonmany at 11.00am. €2 per childU10 Girls: Training continues every Saturday at 12.15pm in the Youth Club, Clonmany. €2 per child.BINGO: Bingo continues every Thursday night at 9.00pm in St. Mary’s Hall, Clonmany. Side prizes every night until Christmas. Bingo vouchers on sale at present. DATE FOR THE DIARY: Our Dinner Dance takes place on Friday January 9th January 2015 in the Strand Hotel, Tickets €25. On sale now from John Friel, all committee members and players. Could be another idea for a wee Christmas present .BUY A BLOCK PHASE 2: Due to the successful Clubhouse Opening and renewed interest CLG Urris has decided to run “Buy a Block “phase 2 until New Year. If interested, blocks can be purchased for €10. Funds raised will be used for further development of our clubhouse . Please contact John Friel, Rose Kelly or any committee member to buy a block. GAA NEWS: URRIS LAUNCH SECOND PHASE OF BUY A BLOCK INITIATIVE was last modified: December 14th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAANoticesSportURRISlast_img read more


Microsoft offers online protection to politicos amid preelection security fears

first_imgOTTAWA — As a federal election approaches, Microsoft is offering advanced online threat-detection tools to Canadian political candidates and parties to shore up their cyberdefences.Microsoft’s AccountGuard, designed to warn customers about cyberthreats — including attacks by nation-states — will be provided free to registered parties at the federal and provincial level, think-tanks and democracy advocacy organizations that already use the company’s Office 365, Outlook.com and Hotmail products.The company is also offering political officials, campaigns and related organizations practical guidance to help make their networks and email systems more secure — from proper log-in procedures to recognizing attempts to steal information.In providing the tools, the company is mindful that Russian intelligence agents stand accused of hacking Democratic party emails and computers during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign.Jan Neutze, global director for cybersecurity policy at Microsoft, said one of the favoured techniques of cybercriminals and state-sponsored hackers remains the spear-phishing email — an innocent-looking message that can lure those who click on it into giving up their private credentials or other vital details.That can open the door to data theft or stolen emails that may be used for damaging leaks or extortion.Microsoft’s monitoring team will help detect malicious activity against accounts, try to determine the source of the attempted intrusion and inform customers of threats.Many organizations in politics have small staffs and modest budgets, Neutze noted. “Yet they’re facing nation-state adversaries. And so it’s a total mismatch in terms of their capabilities to defend themselves versus the threats that they’re facing.”Some, but not all, larger organizations such as political parties have started to take more protective measures, he said. “I think there’s a recognition that oftentimes organizations aren’t necessarily able to defend against these threats by themselves.”The Liberal government recently announced that an impartial group of senior bureaucrats would warn Canadians if malicious actors try to distort the outcome of the October election through serious cyberattacks or orchestrated disinformation campaigns via social media.The protocol is part of a series of measures aimed at preventing interference in the election.Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Presslast_img read more