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PATRICK GILDEA HAIRDRESSING NARROWLY MISS CUT IN TOP STYLIST AWARDS

first_imgThe North West’s leading hair salon, Patrick Gildea Hairdressing has narrowly missed out on reaching the Trend Vision UK and Ireland final in London.Elaine and Jordan after their fantastic achievement.They were represented in the young talent category by Style Director Elaine McKean who was assisted by Senior Stylist Jordan Mc Philemy on Monday 1st September at the Trend Vision Award Ireland Heat in Dublin.Following the Awards Elaine spoke of her delight at taking part in the competition. She said “I am absolutely thrilled that we reached the Ireland Heat of the industry’s most aspirational hairdressing competition. I am so proud that our entry got this far and I would like to thank Jordan and our model Jocelyn Stewart for all their help.“I’ve always had a huge passion for hair and genuinely love what I do every day, I have really enjoyed the experience, it would have been great to make it to the final in London but there is always next time.”Patrick himself expressed his delight of Elaine’s participation in the award this year.Model Jocelyn on the runway“I am genuinely delighted that Elaine’s talents have been recognised. She is a brilliant stylist with great vision, a fantastic personality; and is loved by both her extensive client base and other team members. Of course we are disappointed but considering the level of talent this year it has been a great achievement to get this far.” So if you are looking for the best hairdressing experience available, Patrick Gildea Hairdressing has it all, from talented staff, a fabulous salon interior (which won a recent award) and surprisingly affordable prices why would you go anywhere else? Check out their website for full prices on www.patrickgildea.ie/patrick-gildea-price-list/ or book a complimentary consultation with Elaine on 074-9125476. PATRICK GILDEA HAIRDRESSING NARROWLY MISS CUT IN TOP STYLIST AWARDS was last modified: September 2nd, 2014 by StephenShare 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:donegalletterkennyPatrick Gildes HairdressersTrend Vision UKlast_img read more

On New Delhis 104th birthday iconic Coronation Park plunges into darkness

first_imgWrapped in fog in day time and wearing a sombre look, Coronation Park, the birthplace of New Delhi was plunged into darkness by sundown on Sunday, the only irony being the day coinciding with the Capital city’s 104th anniversary.The historic ground had hosted one of the grandest imperial Durbar ever in 1911, where King George V and Queen Mary were coronated as the Emperor and Empress of India and the British capital was officially shifted from Calcutta to Delhi. Also Read – Man arrested for making hoax call at IGI airportLocal residents oblivious to the importance of the place, let alone the day, wandered about in the park, while graffiti scrawled up on the iconic Coronation Pillar, that marks the site of the Durbar, only added to the overwhelming irony.“Is December 12 a historic day for Delhi? I don’t know. I was born in the vicinity and have seen this place from my childhood days. We used to play cricket here, and now come here on and off. But, I don’t know what this place is, whose those statues are of and December 12’s importance,” said 17-year-old Aditya Jha, when enquired about the place. Also Read – Disqualified AAP MLA Kapil Mishra, women’s wing chief join BJPThe historic land falling under the DDA, was taken up by Sheila Dikshit regime to be redeveloped as a ‘Coronation Park’, and work was to be completed by 2011, to coincide with New Delhi’s 100th anniversary.But, DDA has been missing several deadlines since then and on Saturday, it added just another to that list.As per the plans, the whole area has been redesigned keeping the Coronation Pillar as nodal point. A majestic statue of King George V, which once adorned the canopy opposite the India Gate stands amid four other statues (of Indian viceroys) placed at the four corners around the obelisk. Masons can be still seen working on several sections, and heaps of earth being piled up at the second entrance gate, while the ticket counter at the main gate is far from ready.“The whole area plunges into darkness after sunset, as the new lampposts, barring a few, have malfunctioned. We have lodged a complaint with the authorities, but they have not been restored yet,” a security guard of the park said.“But, more than the unfinished work, it is the public nuisance caused by young couples at the park which is causing discomfort to local people, especially elders, who now prefer to avoid the place,” he said.All statues except that of Lord Chelsford dissolved into darkness by evening. King George’s iconic statue adorned with his Durbar robe too disappeared after the sunset. Lord Chelmsford’s statue stood there lit up by two bright spotlights, in abject contrast to the darkness around it.INTACH Delhi Convener A G K Menon said, “It was a sad commentary that DDA can’t look after its own asset.” “The bureaucratic inertia that has delayed the project so far, and it continued this year too. The funds to carry forward the project has stopped, the willingness has stopped…I am sad about this whole state of affairs now,” Menon said.Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage has been chosen by the DDA as a consultant for the ambitious project, but continuous delay has dampened its spirit.last_img read more

Apples New 6Digit Passcodes What Do They Mean for Your BYOD Policy

first_img Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Apple’s release of iOS 9 last month has done us all a tremendous public service: It’s brought mobile security into the spotlight for small businesses.Related: 11 Tips to Secure Mobile Devices and Client DataThis new and latest version of the operating system expands the iOS default pass-code lock setting from a four-digit to six-digit PIN. That’s an especially big plus for businesses with a “bring your own device” (BYOD) policy, allowing employees to work on their personal laptops, smartphones and tablets.A six-digit PIN, in essence, makes it dramatically more difficult for potential attackers to crack devices. By expanding the default length of a passcode by just two digits, the number of potential entry combinations increases from just 10,000 to one million.But beyond this welcome increase in protection for users of iPhones, the iOS9 move has prompted many businesses to begin questioning how they address mobile device security overall. New research from IBM Security found that a vast majority of businesses today don’t sufficiently secure their employees’ devices with even the most rudimentary of features.The findings reveal that among those businesses that currently enforce passcode use on employee mobile devices at all, 87 percent require only a numeric PIN. Of those companies, 79 percent mandate the bare minimum: a four-to-five-digit numeric passcode that takes just 18 minutes for sophisticated cybercriminals to crack, according to the iOS Hacker’s Handbook.A six-digital alphanumeric passcode, by comparison, might take the most skilled hacker up to 196 years to infiltrate.This minimalist attitude toward mobile security among most mobile users and their employers has continued despite the growing value of company records: The average cost of a lost or stolen record containing sensitive and confidential information increased this year to $154 — reflecting the rising threat from cybercriminals looking to capitalize on mobile as an attack vector.Apple’s move, however, could be the catalyst needed to bring mobile security into focus, especially for small businesses that simply cannot afford costly data breaches. Considering that the BYOD phenomenon has reached its prominence largely due to the simplicity, flexibility and convenience that mobile provides, it’s incredibly encouraging that as the security of devices evolves, the tech industry is making it simpler for users to better protect themselves, through such innovations as touch authentication.Making security strong yet simple is critical to an effective defense against cybercrime. A recent Ponemon Institute study found that many workers don’t understand the risk that an insecure mobile devices poses for their employers, prompting them to look for workarounds. Millennials, in particular — who by 2020 will make up approximately 50 percent of the U.S. workforce — have grown up in a world where technology is at their fingertips, and if extra steps for protection prove to be a hassle, millenials are going to reject them, or find a way to circumvent them.In fact, the younger generation’s comfort with mobile and social can lead them to take unnecessary risks, such as downloading new, unvetted apps, and connecting to hot spots. A recent survey found that 56 percent of millennials were fine with downloading apps without reading permissions. This is a scary realization, considering that IBM recently found that nearly 40 percent of companies that issue mobile applications for customers aren’t properly securing them. This leaves open tremendous windows of opportunities for hackers.Related: Mobile app security firm Wegilant raises $500K from Ravi Gururaj, other angel investorsApple’s latest security features are the first step on the path toward shutting down mobile attacks, but device-level security is only the start of the conversation. While the move to six digit passcodes will spur nearly 80 percent of companies to update their BYOD policies, it will also open the door for organizations — small businesses, especially — to begin thinking more deeply about how to best protect and manage data on mobile devices. This entails use across the entire transmission path: from device to network to application and beyond.The key to successful implementation will be to collaboratively develop employee-focused security policies that can account for the evolving mobile technology and threat landscape. To get started, here are three best practices to consider:Many employees don’t understand the risks of using unsecured mobile devices and apps, nor are they trained on mobile security in the workplace. Communicating this information is key.Regardless of their generation, industry or job, the vast majority of people want to balance ease of use with secure protection of their data. Require passcodes for employee mobile devices, but also ensure that they can employ easy-to-use technology, such as touch authentication (if available) which will keep devices secure without sacrificing convenience.Investigate ways to strengthen the security of data on mobile devices, and use technology to your benefit via tools that can scan apps, detect malicious apps/malware and then take action if needed.Overall, flexibility is key to accomplishing mobile security goals. Offering employees the freedom and flexibility they crave with their mobile usage should be a priority — as long as it’s done securely enough to help protect against the world’s increasingly large and dangerous networks of hackers. Related: Our Collective Mobile Security Blind Spot 5 min read October 13, 2015 Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now »last_img read more