Loss Account – Rebap Veracruz http://rebapveracruz.com/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 14:53:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://rebapveracruz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2-150x150.png Loss Account – Rebap Veracruz http://rebapveracruz.com/ 32 32 Position-by-position standings from 49ers 11-10 loss to Broncos https://rebapveracruz.com/position-by-position-standings-from-49ers-11-10-loss-to-broncos/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 13:30:00 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/position-by-position-standings-from-49ers-11-10-loss-to-broncos/ It sure is a tough Monday to be a 49ers fan. A week after losing their exciting young quarterback for the season, the Niners put on arguably their worst offensive performance of the Kyle Shanahan era in an 11-10 loss to the Denver Broncos. With veteran Jimmy Garoppolo at center, San Francisco was supposed to […]]]>

It sure is a tough Monday to be a 49ers fan. A week after losing their exciting young quarterback for the season, the Niners put on arguably their worst offensive performance of the Kyle Shanahan era in an 11-10 loss to the Denver Broncos. With veteran Jimmy Garoppolo at center, San Francisco was supposed to be ready to rack up the wins. Instead, they lost to a team that has yet to score 17 points in a game this season.

Here are the position-by-position ratings for the 49ers’ overall performance:

Quarters: F

I’ve been a vocal critic of Garoppolo for years, and for that reason, I’ve tried to do everything possible to justify harsh ratings. I’m not doing that tonight. This performance was atrocious.

The Broncos would have had a six pick on Garoppolo had he not accidentally come out from behind the end zone (with both feet) and made a safety before throwing the pass. Later, with a chance for a winning practice, he threw triple coverage, clearly not picking up the stealer, and the ball was intercepted. He also shuffled in a snap of his fingers.

To his credit, he had an incredible throw at fullback Kyle Juszczyk, but even taking that into account, he had arguably the worst performance of his career.

Half-off: C+

Jeff Wilson Jr. had a few big runs, where he looked more explosive than he has since his injuries last season. He had a rush of 37 yards and 18 yards, but only managed 20 more yards on his other 10 carries. Wilson was able to take advantage of the big holes when they were present but couldn’t get the Broncos defensemen to miss. He also had three receptions for 31 yards, but on his last catch he fumbled the ball and sealed the Niners’ fate.

Kyle Juszczyk had the best play of the game, landing an incredible 24-yard reception down the sideline. Jordan Mason also gained seven yards on his first NFL rush.

Tight ends: C+

It was nice to have George Kittle back this week, but he was far from the dominant force 49ers fans have been waiting for. He had four receptions on five targets for 28 receiving yards and was a regular tackler himself. It’s an above-average performance for an NFL tight end but far from what Kittle expects of himself.

Wide Receivers: B

Garoppolo left plenty of yards on the ground for Niners receivers, missing even some of the shortest passes that are usually his bread and butter. Brandon Aiyuk got off to a good start in the first half and Deebo Samuel had 74 yards on five receptions. Yet neither of them could get the elite levels of separation that Garoppolo needed. Samuel was also a non-factor in the backfield. None of the other 49ers receivers could make an impact. A group that showed promising depth in pre-season has so far only depended on Aiyuk and Samuel. Someone has to step in as the third receiver.

Offensive line: D

The 49ers offense went from mediocre to horrible when left tackle Trent Williams was forced out of the game. Garoppolo was under pretty constant pressure and took big hits on glaring missed blocks. The Niners’ running game continues to pale in comparison to previous seasons, raising questions about whether they’ll ever return to that success without Mike McDaniel.

Defensive line: A-

The 49ers defensive line dominated the line of scrimmage through the first three quarters for the third time in three games. Despite Arik Armstead’s absence, the 49ers’ interior defensive line was able to pick up where it left off last week with Kevin Givens and Hassan Ridgeway. On the edge, Nick Bosa, Kerry Hyder and Drake Jackson each recorded a sack and combined for seven quarterback hits, showing off the team’s incredible passing depth. The D-line wore out late in the game, eventually allowing Wilson to do some damage with his legs, but giving up a touchdown in a game is still a commendable feat.

Linebackers: A-

The 49ers linebackers did a great job containing the Broncos’ rushing offense. Dre Greenlaw, Azeez Al-Shaair, Fred Warner and Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles combined for 25 tackles. The Broncos have one of the best running back duos in the league and one of the best running quarterbacks. Still, Niners linebackers helped keep them to 3.1 yards per carry.

Cornerbacks: A

Mooney Ward is a star. Wilson’s best shot of the day was a nice ball to Jerry Jeudy, but Ward made an incredible diving game to tip it over at the last possible moment and force incompletion. Emmanuel Moseley was also all over the court, collapsing on multiple screens and runs while limiting Denver’s opportunities in the air. Deommodore Lenoir also saw play time in the slot against rookie Samuel Womack and had some positive plays.

Security: B+

Talanoa Hufanga wasn’t as involved in the action this week, but still had another solid showing in the Niners’ backline. Tashaun Gipson also avoided the coverage blunders that plagued him in the first two weeks of the season.

Special teams: A

Ray-Ray McCloud’s muffled punt was the only thing that kept the unit from an A+. Punter Mitch Wishnowsky was probably the 49ers’ best player on Sunday, consistently pushing the Broncos back inside their own territory. Wishnowsky averaged nearly 52 yards per punt on seven punts. Robbie Gould also hit on his lone extra-point attempt and a 51-yard field goal.

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FCI Shares New Model to Improve Commercial Cyber ​​Insurance Loss Ratios at InsureTech Connect, Las Vegas https://rebapveracruz.com/fci-shares-new-model-to-improve-commercial-cyber-insurance-loss-ratios-at-insuretech-connect-las-vegas/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 18:03:18 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/fci-shares-new-model-to-improve-commercial-cyber-insurance-loss-ratios-at-insuretech-connect-las-vegas/ For a sustainable and robust cyber insurance market, commercial insurance brokers will need to promote and facilitate pre-claim cyber protection and compliance for policyholders. LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) September 21, 2022 FCI, a financial services-focused MSSP, is eager to share a new pre- and post-breach risk management model that synchronizes post-breach forensics and eDiscovery with […]]]>

For a sustainable and robust cyber insurance market, commercial insurance brokers will need to promote and facilitate pre-claim cyber protection and compliance for policyholders.

FCI, a financial services-focused MSSP, is eager to share a new pre- and post-breach risk management model that synchronizes post-breach forensics and eDiscovery with security assessments, cyber programs, controls and compliance before violation. This pre-breach preparation enhances a company’s ability to reduce the scope, timing, and cost of claims.

In May 2022, fitch reviews reported that “cyber claims have increased 100% per year for the past three years. As a result, claims closed with payment increased by 200% per year over the same period. There is a clear and urgent need for change to address the growing sophistication of cyber threats and the frequency of attacks. Additionally, ongoing regulatory requirements have created a changing landscape for the insurance industry. The cost of claims and forensics after the breach is unsustainable as denials increase and premiums increase to compensate.

Brian Edelman, CEO of FCI, said, “For a sustainable and healthy cyber insurance market, commercial insurance brokers will need to promote and facilitate pre-claim cyber protection and compliance for policyholders. Along with this, cyber insurers and reinsurers need to tighten cyber ecosystem relationships and processes before and after the breach. Linking and linking domains before and after the breach will lay a solid foundation for success and will directly impact loss ratios.

NYDFS Insurance Circular Letter #2, 2021, further supports this type of model by mentioning that key stakeholders in the insurance value chain will need to “consider the systemic risk that occurs when a widespread cyber incident damages many policyholders at the same time, potentially overwhelming mass loss insurers. They went on to say, “Insurers that do not effectively measure the risk of their policyholders also risk insuring organizations that use cyber insurance as a substitute for improving cybersecurity.

Responsibilities and Elements of FCI Pre and Post Breach Cyber ​​Insurance Model To understand:

  • Carriers and brokers: Adopt a pre- and post-breach risk management model
  • Brokers: promote and facilitate pre-claim cyber protection and compliance with policyholders
  • Policyholders: Commit to Protection and Compliance
  • Pre-Breach Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs): Enforce and Prove Policyholder Protection and Compliance
  • Post-Breach Enterprises: Perform eDiscovery and Forensics
  • Carriers and brokers: reduction in claims, which improves loss ratios

About FCI Cyber

FCI is a NIST-based Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) that offers cybersecurity compliance enabling technologies and services to CISOs and security personnel of financial services organizations with prescriptive regulatory requirements in matters of cybersecurity. FCI combines best-in-class technologies, cybersecurity best practices, expertise and innovation to perform security assessments and deliver cloud-based managed endpoint and network protection. http://www.fcicyber.com

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No. 18 Huskies Open Pac-12 Schedule Vs. Stanford https://rebapveracruz.com/no-18-huskies-open-pac-12-schedule-vs-stanford/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 17:07:10 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/no-18-huskies-open-pac-12-schedule-vs-stanford/ Related links History links THE GAME: The Washington Football Team (3-0) wraps up its four-game home season opener this Saturday, as Stanford (1-1, 0-1 Pac-12) travels to Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium for the opening of the UW conference . The match will start at 7:30 p.m. and will […]]]>

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THE GAME: The Washington Football Team (3-0) wraps up its four-game home season opener this Saturday, as Stanford (1-1, 0-1 Pac-12) travels to Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium for the opening of the UW conference . The match will start at 7:30 p.m. and will be broadcast on FS1 television. The Huskies are 3-0 after a win over then-No. 11 Michigan State lifted the Dawgs up the standings for the first time this year. UW enters the week ranked 18th in the AP top 25 and 24th in the coaches poll.

FAST HITTERS: UW is 44-44-4 all-time against Stanford…in three games, UW QB Michael Penix, Jr., had 10 touchdowns, one shy of the national lead…against Michigan State, Penix has passing for 397 yards, the eighth-most single-game total in UW history … the Huskies have scored on 14 of 16 first-half possessions so far this season, with 12 of those 14 for touchdowns … the Huskies have scored touchdowns on seven of eight first quarter drys and overall have scored on 21 of 32 drives this season … UW have allowed just two sacks this season, and both have come with starters out of the game… across three weeks, UW’s offense leads the Pac-12 in passing offense (2nd in FBS), total offense (4th in FBS), first downs (5th in FBS) and in third down conversion percentage (8th in FBS)… UW also leads the conference in rushing defense and is second in total defense… six true is freshmen have played for UW this season: DL Jayvon ParkerCB Jayvion Green, PK Grady Green, WR Denzel BostonS Tristan Dunn & EDGE Lance Holtzclaw …aside from the pandemic-shortened 2020 season — when due to cancellations, the full UW schedule consisted of just four games, all at home — the last time the Huskies opened a season with four straight games at home was in 1976, when the Dawgs opened against Virgina, Colorado, Indiana and Minnesota … the Husky roster includes 31 newcomers in 2022; here’s a breakdown: 20 freshmen, two junior college transfers and nine four-year college transfers … of the 114 players on the roster, 55 are listed as freshmen (17) or shirt freshmen red (38), with 27 additional sophomores … that means 82 of 114 players (72%) still have three or more years of eligibility to enter the 2022 season … UW has 12 players who are in their senior year eligibility in 2022.

TELEVISION: The Washington-Stanford match will be shown on FS1, with Alex Faust and Petros Papadakis calling the action. Fans with the appropriate subscription can also watch on FoxSports.com.

RADIO: All Washington football games will be broadcast on the Washington Sports Network from Learfield, with Tony Castricone (play by play), former Husky tight end Cameron Cleeland (analyst) and former UW basketball player Elise Woodward (sideline) on the call. Radio coverage begins four hours before kickoff on the network’s flagship station – Seattle’s SportsRadio KJR 93.3 FM – with “Husky Gameday” live from The Zone for Husky home games. Statewide coverage on the 12-station Washington Sports Network begins two hours before kickoff. The entire broadcast is available worldwide on the Huskies Gameday mobile app and the Varsity app. The UW broadcast of this game will also air on SiriusXM channel 121 or 203. Additionally, the Husky Football Coaches Show airs every Wednesday of the season (begins August 24), at 6:00 p.m. PT.

STANFORD – THE UW’S OLDEST RIVAL: In the fifth and final game of the 1893 season, on December 29, 1893, Washington faced Stanford, marking the Huskies’ first-ever game against another college. Prior to this, all of UW’s eight all-time games (since 1889) had come against club or alumni teams (notably, UW played against a team called “Washington College (Tacoma)” in 1890, but this was short-lived. The boarding school, despite its name, was not what one would call a “college” in modern terms, as it accepted students as young as 10 years old.). The UW-Stanford game was played in West Seattle in front of 900 fans, most of whom arrived by ferry from Seattle proper, and the Cardinal easily managed the home side, 40-0. The Stanford team was not much more experienced, having started playing in 1891, but had been coached the previous season (and again in 1894 and 1895) by Walter Camp, one of the game’s pioneers. Stanford guard Martin Kennedy led his team with four touchdowns. While the Huskies have faced several other modern-day opponents, no rivalry dates back to the one against Stanford. Other than games against Whitman (a Division III school that dropped football in 1977) and Vashon College (which closed completely in 1912), the UW didn’t face another college foe until 1900. , when Washington first played Idaho, Washington State and Oregon.

HUSKIES vs. CARDINAL HISTORY: In 92 all-time meetings, Washington and Stanford have tied for a record, with 44 wins for Stanford, 44 for UW, and four draws (44-44-4). After winning eight straight over Stanford from 1959-66, the Huskies lost 10 straight from 1967-76. Since that 1976 loss, Washington has gone 25-13 against the Cardinal. One of those 13 losses was a big upset in 1982 when the No. 2 Huskies fell to the Cardinal, 43-31, in Palo Alto. The UW’s second loss in that streak came at Stanford in 1994, when the Cardinal upset 12th-ranked Washington 46-28.

Most recently, the Cardinal defeated the Huskies, 27-13, in Palo Alto in 2004. After no game in 2005, Stanford earned its second straight victory over the UW in a 20-3 victory in 2006 at Husky Stadium. . The Cardinal also won 13 seasons ago in Seattle, 35-28, and in 2009 in Palo Alto (34-14). In 2010, Stanford shut out UW, 41-0, at Husky Stadium; and in 2011, the Cardinal won, 65-21, at Stanford. Prior to that, the UW’s most recent win came in 2007, when the Huskies rushed for 388 yards in a 27-9 win over the Cardinal. Louis Rankin led the way with 255 yards on 36 carries.

Last year in Palo Alto, the Huskies scored their best win of the season. Led 13-12, dylan morris connected with Jalen McMillan on a 20-yard TD with just 21 seconds left as the Huskies won, 20-13. In the shortened 2020 season, the Cardinal handed UW its only loss, 31-26, in what turned out to be the Huskies’ fourth and final game of the season. In 2019 at Stanford, the Husky offense suffered a 23-13 loss to the Cardinal. In 2018, UW built a 21-0 lead and held on to win, 27-23. Five seasons ago in Palo Alto, Stanford won 30-22, despite three rushing touchdowns from Myles Gaskin.

In 2016 in Seattle, on a busy Friday night at Husky Stadium, the 10th-ranked Dawgs beat the No. 7 Cardinal, 44-8. In 2015, the Cardinal won 31-14 in Palo Alto, while in 2014, the Cardinal won a defensive battle in Seattle, 20-13, as Kevin Hogan’s five-yard run with 4:29 broke a 13-13 tie. In 2013, the Cardinal edged the Dawgs in a close game at Palo Alto, 31-28, with Washington’s drive attempt or a tie or the lead blocked at midifeld with 1:16 remaining.

In 2012, on a Thursday night in Seattle, the Huskies edged the No. 8 Cardinal, 17-13, thanks to a 61-yard run from Bishop Sankey and a 35-yard touchdown catch from Kasen Williams.

Washington and Stanford first met in 1893 in a match that marked the UW’s first major college opponent. This match, played in West Seattle, ended in a 40-0 victory at Stanford. There wouldn’t have been another meeting between the two schools until 1920, when the Cardinal crushed Washington, 3-0, in UW’s last home game before Husky Stadium opened. After a 0-0 draw in 1921, the Huskies’ first series victory came in 1922, 12-8 at Palo Alto.

EXPERIENCE AND YOUTH: Thanks in part to the expanded eligibility that has resulted from the pandemic, Washington’s 2021 slate is notable for both its youth and its experience, all at once. The list includes 18 people who have started at least one game on offense and another 18 on defense. In total, these 35 players (one of them, Alex Cook, started in attack and defense) started 248 games (147 in attack, 101 in defense). And that doesn’t take into account the handful of veteran transfers who were multi-year starters at their previous school, nor does it take into account specialists, who are also seasoned newbies to their positions.

That said, the UW roster only includes 12 players in their final year of available eligibility: CB Jordan PerrymanKG Bright cameraEDGE Jeremiah MartinS Alex CookWR Brennan HolmesPACK Peyton HenryOL Jaxson KirklandOL Henri BainivaluOL Corey LucianoP Kevin RyanKG Kristopher Moll and RB wayne taulapapa. Of the 114 players on the current roster, 55 are listed as freshmen (17) or redshirt freshmen (38), while another 27 are sophomores. This means that 82 of the 114 players (72%) still have three or more years of eligibility, entering the 2022 season.

THE IPC-12: Prior to the 2011 season, the Pac-10 Conference added Utah and Colorado to expand into the Pac-12. Washington, which along with California has been one of two schools that have participated in the conference since its founding in 1915, plays in the Pac-12 North, along with the other three Northwestern schools (Oregon, OSU, WSU) and Stanford and Cal. Under the current system, each school plays rivals from all five divisions, plus four of the six teams from the other division each season. The first two seasons, the Huskies did not face UCLA or Arizona State. In 2013 and 14, the Huskies did not play Utah or USC. In 2015 in 2016, neither UCLA nor Colorado were on the UW schedule, while the Huskies did not face USC and Arizona in 2017 or 2018. The 2019 season marked the beginning of a new cycle, bringing the rotation back to where it started. Therefore, the projected 2019 and 2020 Huskies did not include UCLA and Arizona State. In 2021 and 2002, Washington is not expected to play USC and Utah.

HUSKY STADIUM RENOVATION: Husky Stadium underwent a major renovation from November 2011 to August 2013, as the entire lower bowl and south upper deck were demolished and replaced. The new facility includes a new state-of-the-art football operations center (weight room, training room, locker rooms, meeting rooms, coaches’ offices) in the west, many more premium seating options and a new playing surface. Husky Stadium featured a track until 2011, so seats that were once off the pitch, especially in the west, are much closer to the action. UW is 46-16 at home since the reopening of Husky Stadium.

ALASKA AIRLINES FIELD AT HUSKY STADIUM: Oregon’s game on Nov. 5, 2011, marked the last game at Husky Stadium before major renovations were completed in the summer of 2013. The Huskies reopened their home ground with a 38-6 victory over the former No. 19 Boise State on August 31, 2013. The 2021 season marks the 101st season of play at Husky Stadium. The original construction of the facility was completed in 1920 when Washington played a game at the new facility on campus. UW’s all-time record at Husky Stadium is 402-185-21 (.678).

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Davis Cup: India to advance to playoffs after suffering 3-0 loss to Norway https://rebapveracruz.com/davis-cup-india-to-advance-to-playoffs-after-suffering-3-0-loss-to-norway/ Sat, 17 Sep 2022 16:27:29 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/davis-cup-india-to-advance-to-playoffs-after-suffering-3-0-loss-to-norway/ Hosts Norway beat India 3-0 in the Davis Cup World Group 1 tie in Lillehammer to advance to the World Group qualifiers. As a result, India will now have to contest the World Group 1 qualifiers in order to stay in the competition. The lone doubles match of the encounter was a must-win for India […]]]>

Hosts Norway beat India 3-0 in the Davis Cup World Group 1 tie in Lillehammer to advance to the World Group qualifiers. As a result, India will now have to contest the World Group 1 qualifiers in order to stay in the competition.

The lone doubles match of the encounter was a must-win for India on Saturday, having lost both matches on Friday. With Rohan Bopanna injured, India have lined up the partnership of Yuki Bhambri and Saketh Myneni. The pair have done well at the Challenger level, winning five titles at the second tier of men’s tennis this year. Despite the anticipation, they fell short against the partnership of world number 2 Casper Ruud and Viktor Durasovic.

The nerves were evident from the start of the match, with both teams suffering early breaks in the opening set. Norway broke Myneni to lead 4-2 and complete the set. The Indian duo plotted a comeback in the second, earning the only break of the set in the sixth game to win the opening set of India’s round. But Ruud and Durasovic held up better in the third, finding the only breakthrough in the third when they broke Bhambri’s serve for the first time in the game to complete a 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 victory.

US Open runner-up Ruud defeats Prajnesh

The round began with Ruud taking on Prajnesh Gunneswaran on Friday. After a four-set loss in the US Open final last week, Ruud showed no signs of fatigue in the opening set, rushing in with several breaks from Prajnesh’s serve. There was a drop in his level in the second, but Prajnesh couldn’t capitalize, losing the tie 1-6, 4-6. India had more hope since the second game of the leg, when India’s No. 1 and world No. 276 took on No. 325 Durasovic.

But Ramanathan could not deliver. The match went much like the previous one, with Durasovic taking a 6-1 lead in the first set after coming in to push Ramanathan’s serve as hard as he could to win the fourth game. Durasovic put in a similar comeback performance in the third game of the second, creating three break point chances before finding the breakthrough to win the draw with exactly the same scoreline as the previous game. Later on Saturday, Sumit Nagal beat Lukas Hellum Lilleengen 6-2, 6-1 in a dead rubber game that both teams agreed to play to give the players some game time.

After defeating Denmark in Delhi in March, the result will be a disappointment for India. Even though the Norwegian contingent was led by the world No. 2, India had their chances in the other matches, and yet, lost in a wash. India will now need to play the World Group 1 qualifiers in order to qualify for the World Group qualifiers. The winners of the qualifications will play the final in November in Spain.

Scoring:

Day 1

Casper Ruud defeats. Prajnesh Gunneswaran 6-1, 6-4

Viktor Durasovic defeated. Ramkumar Ramanathan 6-1, 6-4

Day 2

Casper Ruud/Viktor Durasovic def. Yuki Bhambri/Saketh Myneni 6-3, 3-6, 6-3

Sumit Nagal defeats. Lukas Hellum Lilleengen 6-2, 6-1 (dead rubber)

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Rockstar Reveals Upcoming GTA Online Rewards For Team Sprunk After Event Loss https://rebapveracruz.com/rockstar-reveals-upcoming-gta-online-rewards-for-team-sprunk-after-event-loss/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 19:56:05 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/rockstar-reveals-upcoming-gta-online-rewards-for-team-sprunk-after-event-loss/ GTA Online’s Sprunk vs eCola event has ended with the winners, but the losing team still has something to look forward to. GTA Online’s massive Sprunk vs eCola community event began on August 25, 2022 and has finally come to an end. Although thousands and thousands of players participated to bring their favorite brand of […]]]>

GTA Online’s Sprunk vs eCola event has ended with the winners, but the losing team still has something to look forward to.

GTA Online’s massive Sprunk vs eCola community event began on August 25, 2022 and has finally come to an end.

Although thousands and thousands of players participated to bring their favorite brand of cola to the top, eCola ultimately emerged victorious.

However, Rockstar sent a message that teased Sprunk fans will still have something to look forward to in the future, despite their loss at the event.

Rockstar Teases Sprunk Rewards In The Future

The tease is from a blog Publish on the official Rockstar Games newswire, which introduced a new community series.

The relevant information comes from the “Sprunk vs. eCola Showdown Winner Announcement” section of the blog post.

After confirming that Team eCola had won the event, Rockstar said, “Sprunk Disciples, we appreciate your efforts, you’ll be thrilled to know there will be more opportunities to win this Sprunk gear in future events. GTA Online”.

As Rockstar has created many cosmetics for both teams, if either team won, it would end up being a waste not to use Sprunk’s designs at all.

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The Sprunk vs eCola event pitted two of GTA’s most popular fictional sodas against each other, with eCola taking the lead.

While no official details have yet been released on how players can earn these Sprunk-themed cosmetics, it seems clear that Rockstar will be hosting a related event in the future.

For now, any player who played in the Sprunk vs eCola event can log in to claim their rewards for participating, regardless of which team they choose.

Players who log in will receive the eCola Chute Bag, eCola Varsity Jacket, and eCola Forwards and Backwards Caps after logging into GTA Online “this week”.

Additionally, players will receive GTA$300,000 which must be transferred to their in-game account “within 72 hours of login”.

So while Team Sprunk may have lost that trademark battle, die-hard fans can still hope to get their own sleek green cosmetics in time.

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Pak’s economic loss from massive flooding could top $40bn: FM https://rebapveracruz.com/paks-economic-loss-from-massive-flooding-could-top-40bn-fm/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 14:27:00 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/paks-economic-loss-from-massive-flooding-could-top-40bn-fm/ The recent cataclysmic floods that ravaged Pakistan may have caused more than $40 billion in economic loss and damage, according to an initial assessment. The new figure is even much higher than the $30 billion figure given by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who was in the country for a solidarity […]]]>


The recent cataclysmic floods that ravaged Pakistan may have caused more than $40 billion in economic loss and damage, according to an initial assessment.

The new figure is even much higher than the $30 billion figure given by United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who was in the country for a solidarity visit last week.

The $40 billion loss figure was reported at a meeting of the National Flood Response Coordination Center (NFRCC) flood response center on Monday, where the Department of Finance presented an assessment report titled An Early Assessment of Flood Impact on Pakistan’s Economy, The Express Tribune reported on Tuesday.

The Ministry of Finance’s initial assessment report showed economic losses amounted to approximately $18 billion.

Planning Minister and NFRCC Chairman Ahsan Iqbal said: “The devastating conditions suggest that the scale of flood losses is in the range of $30 billion to over $40 billion.

We are in the process of carrying out a full flood damage assessment with the help of the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, provincial and federal governments, Iqbal said.

The planning minister said the finance ministry had presented an initial assessment of flood losses, which was based on predictive analysis, but the outcome of the model would depend on the data fed into it.

The NFRCC ordered the Ministry of Finance to suspend the publication of its flood impact report, it added.

We will await the results of a full assessment, but the damage is colossal and even exceeds $30 billion, as suggested by the UN Secretary General, the NFRCC Chairman said.

Pakistan’s GDP is also shrinking for the financial year 2022-2023 and is expected to decline by 3% to 5%, according to government estimates. Before the floods, the Ministry of Finance was aiming for economic growth of 5%.

The IMF will consider any easing of Pakistan’s $6.5 billion bailout package based on a credible assessment of losses.

More than 33 million people have been affected by the floods who are in immediate need of assistance, far more than the initial cash payment of Rs 25,000.

If losses increase to $40 billion, it means GDP growth this year may turn negative and inflation may cross 30% due to complete supply chain collapse, ministry official says of Finance, who participated in the preparation of the initial appraisal report.

The preliminary report showed that the overall loss in GDP growth would be 3.3% to 3.7% due to the floods.

But if the losses are revised up to $40 billion, the economy will shrink, the sources say. The interim report showed that around 20% of the Public Sector Development Program (PSDP) or Rs 218 billion is expected to be diverted to disaster relief expenditure, resulting in additional unemployment of 600,000 low spending.

In the interim report, the Ministry of Finance reduced the negative impact on the trade deficit due to the floods from the initial USD 4 billion to USD 2 billion.

He did not give a figure for the additional impact on the current account deficit, although he previously gave figures of $4 billion to $5 billion.

Flood damage to crops, livestock, infrastructure and the expected slowdown in economic activities will have implications for the external sector, the report reads without giving a figure.

The Ministry of Finance report says the devastating flood has disproportionately affected the poor and vulnerable segment of society.

Lower GDP growth and other losses to the economy would further worsen the poverty situation in the country, pushing an estimated 9-12 million more people into poverty, according to The Express Tribune.

Pakistan is a victim of global warming, although its contribution is less than 1%.

The country is expected to gain strong support from developed countries at the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP27, which is due to take place in Egypt in November.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been edited by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Cryptocurrency scam losses hit new high in Queensland as cost of living rises https://rebapveracruz.com/cryptocurrency-scam-losses-hit-new-high-in-queensland-as-cost-of-living-rises/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 20:01:35 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/cryptocurrency-scam-losses-hit-new-high-in-queensland-as-cost-of-living-rises/ Queenslanders have lost nearly $40 million to investment scams, including cryptocurrency scams this year – the highest loss ever in the state. Figures from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) from January 1 to August 28 show Queenslanders lost $38.6 million in investment scams. This time last year, Queenslanders were defrauded of just $19.8 […]]]>

Queenslanders have lost nearly $40 million to investment scams, including cryptocurrency scams this year – the highest loss ever in the state.

Figures from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) from January 1 to August 28 show Queenslanders lost $38.6 million in investment scams.

This time last year, Queenslanders were defrauded of just $19.8 million.

Nationally, $263 million was lost this year, nearly double the losses in 2021.

One of the state’s top financial crime cops says the new breed of crypto scammers are increasingly using sophisticated strategies to lure their victims, including posing as celebrities and even as people. Queensland police on social media.

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has also labeled the cryptocurrency an “emerging threat” with a report every eight minutes last year, a 13% increase from the previous year.

Cryptocurrency investment scams are the main driver of the rise and record numbers of Queenslanders are paying the price.

Here are their stories.

“Cared for” and “cheated”

Ella (not her real name), a woman from the Sunshine Coast, has lost all of her savings due to a sophisticated and complex scheme.

Over a period of five weeks, she said she was “groomed” and “scammed” into making three deposits of $34,000 on what she believed to be a legitimate online trading platform.

“My bank…didn’t find any warning signs that made me think, ‘That’s a bit dodgy,'” she said.

After depositing the funds, the money was converted into cryptocurrency accessible through a “wallet” address.

She said the online wallet seemed to correlate with the stock market, giving the illusion that it was legit.

“The thing is, none of this is real,” Ella said.

Cryptocurrency scammers are usually based overseas, which makes them harder to track.(ABC News: Mary Lloyd)

“The minute he leaves [the web trading platform] at this wallet address… it goes into all these accounts all over the world and it’s impossible to actually track any of these accounts from just this one wallet address.

After Ella’s third and final deposit, she tried to withdraw her money because the alarm bells rang and she had “nothing else in the tank.”

Scammers told him to remortgage his house or turn to credit.

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Brahmastra failed on PVR, Inox; shares fall nearly 6%, Rs 940 crore eroded https://rebapveracruz.com/brahmastra-failed-on-pvr-inox-shares-fall-nearly-6-rs-940-crore-eroded/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 15:50:06 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/brahmastra-failed-on-pvr-inox-shares-fall-nearly-6-rs-940-crore-eroded/ Listed multiplex majors like PVR and Inox Leisure took a beating in stock markets on Friday even as benchmarks posted marginal gains. The multiplex majors’ losses were mainly due to reports of a weak opening for Brahmastra, a multi-star film made at a cost of over ₹400 crore and set to break Bollywood’s streak of […]]]>

Listed multiplex majors like PVR and Inox Leisure took a beating in stock markets on Friday even as benchmarks posted marginal gains.

The multiplex majors’ losses were mainly due to reports of a weak opening for Brahmastra, a multi-star film made at a cost of over ₹400 crore and set to break Bollywood’s streak of flops.

Shares of PVR fell 5.27% or ₹101.95 to end the day at ₹1,834.15. In intraday trading, the shares hit a low of ₹1,825.90. Similarly, Inox Leisure saw its shares drop nearly 5% or ₹25.70 to close at ₹494.40.

More importantly, Brahmastra’s lackluster opening which boasts of a star cast including Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Nagarjuna and a cameo by Shah Rukh Khan cost investors of both companies a combined loss of almost 940 ₹ crore – the cumulative loss in market capitalization of the two listed multiplex companies.

Market experts believe that the huge success achieved by the multiplex majors was also due to the fact that there were high hopes for the big budget film and it was expected that it would have ended the series. of Bollywood film flops after high profile productions including Laal Singh Chaddha and Shamshera.

Incidentally, PVR and Inox Leisure brought in a combined record of ₹883 crore in quarterly box office net collections in April-June 2022. This is a jump of 19% from the ₹743 crore, the two multiplexes achieved through net box office collections in April-June 2019. .

Figures for fiscal year 2020 are taken as a benchmark for comparison, as the pandemic has severely affected the film screening business.

It was also the largest quarterly box office net collections for PVR (₹530 crore) and Inox Leisure (₹353 crore) with back-to-back Southern blockbusters – RRR and KGF: Chapter 2 – playing a key role.

For example, KGF: Chapter 2 (in all languages) accounted for ₹121.4 crore of PVR’s ₹530 crore net box office collection, making the Kannada film PVR’s all-time biggest earner.

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Rockies’ growing pains apparent in loss to Brewers https://rebapveracruz.com/rockies-growing-pains-apparent-in-loss-to-brewers/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 23:35:23 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/rockies-growing-pains-apparent-in-loss-to-brewers/ The Rockies’ growing pains aren’t particularly pretty. The reported crowd of 32,627 that turned out to see them lose, 6-4, to Milwaukee on a scorching Monday afternoon at Coors Field can attest to that. The Rockies, who returned home after a 3-7 road trip, have lost nine of their last 12 games. On Labor Day, […]]]>

The Rockies’ growing pains aren’t particularly pretty.

The reported crowd of 32,627 that turned out to see them lose, 6-4, to Milwaukee on a scorching Monday afternoon at Coors Field can attest to that.

The Rockies, who returned home after a 3-7 road trip, have lost nine of their last 12 games.

On Labor Day, Colorado’s roster — which included rookie first baseman Michael Toglia, rookie outfielder Sean Bouchard and rookie receiver Brian Serven — worked hard. The Rockies only had five hits and the trio of rookies combined to go 1 for 10.

But it’s clear from the lineups manager Bud Black has been drawing up recently and the relievers he’s been testing later in games, that school is in session as the season draws to a close.

“It’s very important to be patient with these guys,” Black said. “They’re learning, every time at bat, every inning.”

Rookie right-hander Ryan Feltner, a likely part of next year’s rotation who also remains a work in progress, delivered an uneven start. In 5 1/3 innings, he was charged with four runs on five hits with only one walk. He tied his career high with seven strikeouts.

“He’s learning on the fly in the big leagues, and for the most part he’s succeeding,” Black said.

When Feltner went one-out in the sixth inning after beating Kolton Wong, Colorado clung to a 3-2 lead. By the end of the inning, Colorado was trailing 6-3 after Victor Caratini threw a three-run homer 443 feet past inexperienced right-hander Justin Lawrence.

Lawrence is a reliever the Rockies have high hopes for in 2023. But with a 4.66 ERA and a propensity for kicking off the foot, he’s also one of those players with a lot of unanswered questions.

“He threw well, and you noticed we put him in more important places in the game and he delivered,” Black said. “He’s a guy who gets the ball a lot better in the strike zone. He’s a young pitcher who’s still trying to figure it out at the big league level. He’s on his way and we need to keep seeing him progress the month. next, as he did. He can be a big part of the bullpen.

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Federal Court Dismisses Computer Fraud Coverage for Social Engineering Loss | Carlton Fields https://rebapveracruz.com/federal-court-dismisses-computer-fraud-coverage-for-social-engineering-loss-carlton-fields/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 13:24:56 +0000 https://rebapveracruz.com/federal-court-dismisses-computer-fraud-coverage-for-social-engineering-loss-carlton-fields/ In SJ Computers LLC v. Travelers Casualty and Safety Company of AmericaThe US District Court for the District of Minnesota recently reviewed the scope of insurance available for a phishing scheme under a criminal policy. The pattern of facts leading to the insurance claim in SJ Computers is familiar: The purchasing manager of SJ Computers […]]]>

In SJ Computers LLC v. Travelers Casualty and Safety Company of AmericaThe US District Court for the District of Minnesota recently reviewed the scope of insurance available for a phishing scheme under a criminal policy.

The pattern of facts leading to the insurance claim in SJ Computers is familiar: The purchasing manager of SJ Computers received fraudulent invoices from a bad actor claiming to be a legitimate supplier, ERI Direct. The invoices directed SJ Computers to make payment by wire transfer to a different bank account number than the bank account number used by ERI Direct in the past. Subsequently, the bad actor hacked into the purchasing manager’s email account and, while impersonating the purchasing manager, forwarded the invoices to the CEO for payment. Upon receipt, the CEO called ERI Direct to confirm the bank account change and left a voicemail. ERI Direct did not return the CEO’s call before the payment deadline stated in the fraudulent invoices, so the CEO paid the invoices without confirming the change with ERI Direct. SJ Computers discovered the fraud a few days later but was unable to recover the transferred funds.

At the time of this incident, SJ Computers had crime insurance coverage under a policy issued by Travelers. The policy provided insurance against “direct losses” which are “directly caused by” social engineering fraud (up to a single loss limit of $100,000) and computer fraud (up to a single loss limit of $1 million). According to the policy’s definition, social engineering fraud meant “the intentional deception of an employee or authorized person by a natural person posing as… a supplier” or “an employee”. The policy defined computer fraud as “the intentional, unauthorized and fraudulent entry or modification of computer data or instructions directly into a computer system”. Computer fraud does not include “entering or changing [of data or computer instructions] made by an employee [or] Authorized person… made in reliance on any fraudulent instruction…”. Importantly, these coverages were mutually exclusive under the terms of the policy.

SJ Computers submitted the claim for coverage under the Social Engineering Fraud Insurance Agreement. SJ Computers, however, revised its offer to seek coverage under the Computer Fraud Insurance Agreement, which had a higher single loss limit. Travelers accepted coverage under the Social Engineering Fraud Insurance Agreement, but declined coverage under the Computer Fraud Insurance Agreement. SJ Computers sued.

Following Travelers’ motion to dismiss, the court concluded that the loss was not within the scope of coverage provided by the computer fraud insurance agreement for several reasons. First, the court found that the conduct that caused the loss did not meet the definition of computer fraud. In this regard, the court noted that the conduct that caused the loss fell within the exception to the definition of computer fraud for “entering or changing [of data or computer instructions] made by an employee [or] Authorized person… made in reliance on any fraudulent instruction…”. The loss of SJ Computers was caused by the CEO altering the wiring information in the SJ Computers computer system relying on the wrong actor’s fraudulent instructions and therefore falls within the exception.

SJ Computers argued that the loss fell within the scope of the computer fraud insurance agreement because one aspect of the fraudulent scheme – namely the bad actor’s hacking of its computer system and usurpation the identity of the purchasing manager – would constitute computer fraud within the meaning of the policy. The court held that this argument alone would not alter its conclusion because, although the bad actor’s hacking could be viewed in isolation, that act did not “directly cause” the loss. On this point, the court found that SJ Computers did not suffer any loss when the hacker forwarded the invoices to the CEO. Instead, the loss occurred after the CEO acted on the fraudulent instruction. The actions of the CEO based on the fraudulent instruction directly caused the loss and constituted “the intentional misleading of an employee or authorized person by a natural person impersonating” a supplier or employee within the meaning of the Social Engineering Fraud Policy.

The court further held that, even if the fraud reported by SJ Computers could be considered computer fraud, an exclusion from the computer fraud insurance agreement for “loss resulting from falsified, altered or fraudulent instructions …used as source material to enter electronic data or send instructions” would apply to bar coverage. The court held that the exclusion applied because the loss resulted from “fraudulent instructions”, which the CEO “used as source documentation” to “send instructions”.

Since the bad actor “intentionally misled” an “employee” by “impersonating a vendor” and “an employee”, the reported fraud fell within the definition of social engineering fraud. SJ Computers attempted to avoid this conclusion by arguing, among other things, that it had not been established that ERI Direct was a supplier or that the purchasing manager was an employee within the meaning of the policy. The court rejected these arguments based on SJ Computers’ allegations in the complaint and common sense and granted Travelers’ motion to dismiss.

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