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Health: GPs reminded of obligations if stroke survivors want to drive

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Hobbies: Only Chauffeuring - Learn about becoming a chauffeur

Eddie Crespo is a man of passion - He has been in the Limousine Industry since 1990 after coming out of the Wedding Planning scene.

Contributed by Eddie Crespo: Only Chauffeuring Australia

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Health: The Life-Force in Your Gut

Your gut is where you absorb all the nutrients to power your body, making a healthy digestive system central to your overall health. But did you know that there are close to 2 kg worth of bacteria in your gut?

Contributed by Deb Nye-Chart: Registered Naturpath - Healing Naturally WA

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Health: Help In Giving Up Smoking

When smokers first start; they buy into years of conditioning telling them that smoking made them feel somehow better, more confident and more relaxed.

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Fifty PLUS!: Top 6 Booming Industries - For Startups in 2017

Uncertainty plagues the world today, but there's never been a better time for innovation for individuals and startups to make their mark and start a business. As a matter of fact, thousands of startup businesses are founded each year and 2017 won't be any different. But the trick is in ensuring your business survives and thrives for many years to come.

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Travel: Getting the Right Travel Insurance for You

One of the greatest mistakes travellers make is waiting to get travel insurance until just before they leave. By putting off buying travel insurance you risk not having cover for the deposits you have already made for your trip should you unexpectedly have to cancel your plans.

Medical Costs can be expensive in a foreign country, so it is important to consider how much medical cover you have. Some insurers provide an unlimited amount of cover for medical expenses. Others may cap the amount.

Contributed by Fast Cover Travel Insurance

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Fifty PLUS!: Working After Turning Fifty

In today's aging population, it should not come as a surprise that almost 35% of new businesses are started by entrepreneurs aged 50 and over. Along with years of experience, the retiree lifestyle lends itself to the time and knowledge needed for a new business. According to recent research, this age group are the fastest growing segment of entrepreneurship, leading to the development of the term 'seniorpreneur'.

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Services: Cyber Computer Security 05

Single Point of Failure and Hackers

This is a fictional narrative by Tom Scott; however you can learn about what can happen if 'disaster strikes' in the wrong hands of someone with a 'anarchist' agenda.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Services: Cyber Computer Security 06

Dangers with Free Wi-Fi

If you do want to make use of public or hotel Wi-Fi here are a few suggestions to will help to reduce your risk.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Services: Cyber Computer Security 07

The Dark Side of the Web

50% of respondents have experienced at least one cyber incident in the past year. What is of concern is that 8% of respondents were unsure if they had experienced a cyber incident.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Services: Cyber Computer Security 08

The Delimma of Privacy

We all want to have our privacy respected and at the same time, we want to be safe; if we hear about a crime, we are glad when the authorities catch the perpetrators.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 14:

The Impotence and Importance of Passwords

Why 'Smart' objects may be a dumb idea and "my toothbrush hacked my toaster"

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 19:

USB stick can kill any device it touches

A friend of mine sent this article about the chilling device that can destroy the computers it is plugged in. Its success rate - 95%! It costs $74.50 and was designed to test surge protection of electronics; it is marketed to penetration testers. Here is how it works:

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 20:

Australians Fall Victims of the Binary Options Scam

Australians lost $3m this year alone to scammers that lure you with the opportunity to make money through asset price movement. Binary options involve predicting the movements of commodity, asset or index prices over a short time. Here is how it works:

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 22:

Banks - Many large merchants now accept Bitcoin payments

A blockchain is a public ledger of all Bitcoin transactions that have ever been executed. It is constantly growing as 'completed' blocks are added to it with a new set of recordings. The blocks are added to the blockchain in a linear, chronological order.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 39:

Hotel ransomed by hackers as guests are locked out of rooms in Australia

Romantik Seehotel Jaegerwirt, a luxurious 4-star hotel in Austria paid thousands in Bitcoin ransom to cybercriminals who hacked their electronic key system.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 48:

Apple and Google phones urgent updates

A researcher from the Google's Project Zero, Gal Beniamini, discovered major vulnerabilities in the Broadcom's WiFi chips of the following phones:

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 54:

WannaCry; the malware that took over the world

Last Friday (12/05/17), the WCry or WannaCry ransomware campaign started scanning the Internet for computers that were not patched to the latest version from Microsoft.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 57:

Insurance does not pay for human errors

KnowBe4 put out an interesting post on the aspect of human error when asking for a policy pay-out.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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Computer Security No 58:

Eleven steps to improve your privacy

Heimdalsecurity recommends a few steps to achieve this.

Moderated by Monica Schlesinger: www.advisoryboardsgroup.com

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