British Politician and Educator.
He holds an MSc in Computing and IT from Northumbria University, London. He also, holds a Prince 2 Project Management certification and is the CEO of Heathrow Property and Digital Services Ltd UK
How to Overcome Injection Flaws and Cross Site Scripting
Introduction In 2018/2019 there series of massive global cyber-attacks. Some spread across over 100 countries. The one of the attacks was launched through a ransomware application that was able to exploit older versions of Microsoft windows vulnerabilities. The UK NHS was massively hit and a considerable number of NHS Trusts across the country were unable to deliver patient care services that rely on IT. This latest attack sums up the ever present threat of cyber insecurity to personal and national web infrastructures. There is an urgent need to build web applications that are secure and can withstand this sort of growing cyber global menace. The most critical question: is your website secure? Is your IT equipment's and software applications safe and secured from cyber-attacks? Can these survive a major cyber-attack like the one mentioned above. If not then urgent actions needs to be taken to secure your IT assets. The purpose of this assessment is to explore Injection Flaws and Cross Site Scripting which could lead to potential web security risks and propose ways of curbing them.
WORK PLACE Discipline & Grievance
Part One This guide has been put in place to support managers through the Discipline & Grievance Procedures in the workplace. It is a reference guide to ensure that they are applying these procedures fairly and consistently throughout the organization.
BRINGING FOOD PRODUCTION, STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION TO THE BLOCKCHAIN
GLOBAL FOOD NETWORK (GFN) BRINGING FOOD PRODUCTION, STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION TO THE BLOCKCHAIN The Food Coin (TFC) FACT: “The global food system is dysfunctional. People go to bed hungry in some countries while others consume too many calories and throw away massive amounts of food. Opportunities to fix the broken food system are urgently needed”
CAN BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY BE THE SOLUTION TO FOOD WASTE?
CAN BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY BE THE SOLUTION TO FOOD WASTE? The amount of food waste in United Kingdom has been extremely staggering and the estimated annual amount is also very problematic to listen to. It has been estimated that about 10.2 million tonnes of food is wasted on an average every year by the households and the food supply chain of United Kingdom. Of this figure 7.1 of the waste come from households while the remaining 3.9 million tonnes come from the food supply chain. This is a staggering amount of food to be wasted in one country alone. All these food items would almost cost about 25 billion GBP every year. The households have a total estimated cost of wasted food to be about 13 billion GBP. Contrasting into some different parts of the world people have nothing to eat at all and it has also been found that the first world countries are wasting food in this way. For ensuring that at least United Kingdom takes measures of ensuring minimum food wasted. This will lead to surplus food and ensure food security. It has to be taken into consideration that some sort of benefits and solutions need to be explored for combating all the problems of food waste. Looking at recent technological advancement, Blockcahin provides a possibility. It has been found that if food security is not ensured at some point in the future, there can be a whole lot of food shortage crises presenting challenges to the Global visions for food security as well. This would ensure that the imbalance that is caused due to the huge inadequate statistics found for enabling the magnitude of a problem. since it has been found that the chances that food security will reduce the amount of food wastage, it should be made sure that this food security measure is implemented at the earliest so that food security and its Global goal can be reached by the time it has been already 2020. The uses of the blockchain technology has been shining an unfazed light on all the food wastage problems and also reveals that there has been a permission to mitigate the problem since humans have right now initiated and persistently enable the wasteful attitude of food in them. Blockchain Technology or BCT has a worldwide appeal for projects that require transparent and accurate accountability. This has been used to implement many other successful projects in the past since 2009. Blockchain has also been used in various applications including social, financial and industrial sectors. The technology is still at its early stages of development for food security system but it is still usable for the real-life applications. Blockchain Technology has its own architecture and setting up several innovations within these architectures enables innovative structure that has been the brainchild behind reaching the idea of using Blockchain Technology for fighting food waste problems. However, blockchain Technology has previously been used by different organisations, including that banks as it begins to recognise the cryptocurrencies being decentralized and forming unit of money. The first use of Blockchain was to develop a cryptocurrency called bitcoin in 2008 – 2009. This cryptocurrency was based on cryptography built on a decentralized blockchain.. This technology is being used by various start-up organisations as well for exploring the opportunities provided by blockchain technology in the logistics, food business and agriculture as well. Since the demand of food in the entire world has been increasing exponentially every day, there is a need of transparency that needs to be set in with the food industry. It has been found that people do not just blindly believe all the activities of the food industry and therefore they have a little trust on the quality of food. This is why it has been found that they are always checking the labelling and ensuring any potential frauds and adulteration for taking measures against it. There are various other problems that could be arising in the food industry including the faulty records, frauds and errors is well. Therefore, these problems automatically pose numerous problems in the food distribution and food consumption sector in the United Kingdom. Thus, there is research process going on to make sure that blockchain Technology would most probably provide security to the wastage of food especially in United Kingdom.
How to impress an Employer in Interview by adding value to his business
How to impress an Employer in Interview by adding value to his business What employers look for in a candidate: Most employers want a candidate who can not only do the job as per the job description but who will go above and beyond the call of duty and put in 110% effort at all times. This may mean arriving slightly earlier than scheduled, leaving slightly later and putting in extra effort to secure a sale or contract etc. Whether you choose to go that extra mile for your employer is up to you, but generally those people who work that bit harder than the rest, are the ones who get the promotions. Add value to your company and you will be noticed!
Computer Basic Skills Test: Job Interview Tips
Computer Basic Skills Test: Job Interview Tips A computer basic skills test is usually a prerequisite for a job or placement companies. The tests usually include fundamental computer skills like word processing, spreadsheets, using email, web browsers and simple databases. In some cases, however, it can be more complex, with a set pass level, and you may have to deal with programs you may not be familiar with.
Interview Guidance Pack
Interview Guidance Pack Before the Interview • Research Look committed and find out as much as possible about the company.
Writing a Winning CV
Writing a Winning CV A CV is your first point of contact with an employer. From the employer's perspective, it's the only available information with which to assess your skills and suitability for a job.