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Daily Archives: December 4, 2017

JTI Awarded Top Employer 2018 in Asia Pacific Region

GENEVA, December 4, 2017/PRNewswire/ —Exceptional Employee Offerings Acknowledged for the fourth consecutive year JTI (Japan Tobacco International) has once again been recognized with the prestigious Top Employer certification in the Asia Pacific region for the fourth consecutive year. Along with the regional award, nine JTI offices and factories in eight countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore […]

Gemalto Gives Google Cloud Platform Customers Flexible Encryption and Key Management Capabilities

Google customers can use Gemalto’s SafeNet Data Encryption Solutions to bring their own encryption keys to secure their sensitive data on the cloud Amsterdam, 4 December, 2017 – Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 GTO), the world leader in digital security, today announced it is providing Google Cloud Platform customers with the ability to manage and maintain full […]

شركة جيمالتو تتيح لعملاء منصة سحابة جوجل إمكانية التشفير المرن وإدارة المفاتيح

الفرصة متاحة أمام عملاء جوجل لاستخدام حلول تشفير البيانات ““SafeNet من شركة جيمالتو لتأمين بياناتهم الحساسة الموجودة على السحابة دبي، الإمارات العربية المتحدة – 4 ديسمبر2017 – أعلنت شركة جيمالتو، الشركة الرائدة في مجال الأمن الرقمي (ومسجلة في بورصة يورورنكست تحت الرمز NL0000400653 GTO )، عن أنها تتيح لعملاء منصة جوجل السحابية إمكانية إدارة مفاتيح […]

Pakistan PM: ‘Nobody Wants Peace in Afghanistan More Than Pakistan’

KUWAIT CITY, KUWAIT Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said Monday at the start of talks with visiting U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis that Pakistan is committed to the war against terror.

“Nobody wants peace in Afghanistan more than Pakistan,” …

Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar Back Away From Chinese Projects

BEIJING In the short space of just a few weeks, Pakistan, Nepal and Myanmar have canceled or sidelined three major hydroelectricity projects planned by Chinese companies. The rejection of the three projects, worth nearly $20 billion, comes as a serious …

Mattis’ Softer Approach Is Latest Effort to Foster Change in Pakistan

President Donald Trump’s policy of pressuring Islamabad to rout terrorists seems to have had little effect, adding to the need for U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis’ to mend badly frayed ties, analysts say.

Mattis met Monday with Pakistan’s prime minister, …

Mattis Tells Pakistan to ‘Redouble’ Efforts to Confront Militants, Terrorists

KUWAIT CITY, ISLAMABAD U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis urged Pakistan on Monday to redouble its efforts to confront militants and terrorists operating within the country, emphasizing “the vital role” Islamabad can play to work with Washington to facilitate a …