Sirin Labs will focus on cybersecurity market, Kenes Rakishev announced an incoming re-branding

Sirin Labs will focus on cybersecurity market, Kenes Rakishev announced an incoming re-branding

Kenes Rakishev, the founder and one of the owners of World-renowned Sirin Labs company has announced the re-branding. Sirin Labs will become Sirin Cyber to reflect the shifting market priorities. Cyber security is one of the primary concerns of governmental bodies, corporations and large enterprises across the World. With its innovative products Kenes Rakishev’s Sirin Cyber will be able to get a share of this highly competitive and lucrative developing markets. Police Commissioner (ret.) David Cohen and former Lahav 433 unit commander Roni Ritman will be managing partners in Sirin…

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US industry hits UK digital services tax

US industry hits UK digital services tax

Representatives from the US tech industry on Wednesday (11 March) hit out at the UK’s plans to introduce a digital services tax from the beginning of April, following a period of uncertainty as to whether the UK would continue with the measures amid attempts to contract a US trade deal. Trade associations have criticised the UK’s measures, which would see the government apply a levy on digital services with a global revenue of more than £500 million, £25 million of which would need to be generated from domestic users. “At…

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Meat sector must adapt to climate change or crash, new analysis warns

Meat sector must adapt to climate change or crash, new analysis warns

A new climate scenario model on the meat sector shows that the industry stands to lose billions in the event of the scenario of a 2°C warmer world by 2050. The model, published on Thursday (12 March) by FAIRR, a global network of investors addressing environmental, social and governance issues in protein supply chains, aims to help investors understand the financial implications of climate change on the sector. It found that the impacts of climate change and rapid growth of alternative proteins could put “billions of dollars” at risk for…

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EU mission “Life on Mars” postponed until 2022

EU mission “Life on Mars” postponed until 2022

The European Space Agency and its Russian partner, Roscosmos, announced on Thursday (12 March) that a planned mission to Mars will be postponed, blaming it on a mixture of safety concerns and the coronavirus outbreak. ExoMars 2020 was meant to launch in July but will now have to wait two years for another shot at reaching the Red Planet, after failed parachute tests proved fatal for the mission’s launch prospects. ESA and Roscosmos also revealed that the ongoing coronavirus outbreak meant that experts were unable to do their jobs as…

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