Author: Hirem Sam (Source: Global News Journal)
Zion Market Research has announced the addition of a new market intelligence report. The report is titled, “Cyber Security (Network Security, Cloud Security, Wireless Security and Others) Market, By Solution (Identity and Access Management (IAM), Encryption, Risk and Compliance Management, Data Loss Prevention, Antivirus And Antimalware, Firewall And Others), By Vertical (Aerospace, Government, Financial Services, Telecommunication, Healthcare And Others): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Segment, Trends and Forecast, 2015 – 2021”. The global Cyber Security Market report serves with all-inclusive, highly-effective, and thoroughly analyzed information in a well-organized manner, based on actual facts, about the Cyber Security Market. The whole information from the scratch to the financial and management level of the established industries associated with the Cyber Security Market at the global level is initially acquired by the dedicated team. The gathered data involves the information about the industry’s establishment, type and the form of products it manufactures, annual sales and revenue generation, the demand of the manufactured product in the market, marketing trends followed by the industry, and a lot more important information. The industries majorly comprise the global leading industries that are putting their extreme efforts to maintain the hold over the highly-competitive Cyber Security Market, about which the thorough information is provided in the report.
Some of the Major Cyber Security Market Players Are:
- Northrop Grumman
- Booz Allen Hamilton
The industry analysts begin their task by compiling this huge pile of information, graphically expressing, anticipating the future market growth, offering the ways to improve the business, and many other important viewpoints explained by them in the global Cyber Security Market report. The report delivers the analytical data in several parts based on the fragments of the global Cyber Security Market product, its end-users, applications, and others of the market; additionally,
The global Cyber Security Market report elucidates the comprehensive analysis of the market-derived on the basis of regional division [Latin America, North America, Asia Pacific, Middle & East Africa, and Europe]. The report comprises precise analytical information related to market forecast for several upcoming years. The report also includes the particulars about the valuation of macro and micro elements significant for the growth of already established Cyber Security Market contenders and emerging new companies.
Igga said Beijing has provided medical equipment, capacity building to health workers and financial aid to improve South Sudan’s health infrastructure.
The deputy president made the remarks on Wednesday during a visit to the China-aided project for the expansion and modernization of South Sudan’s main public health facility, the Juba Teaching Hospital, which is expected to be completed by September.
South Sudan’s Deputy President James Wani Igga (C) addresses journalists during a visit to the Juba Teaching Hospital in Juba, capital of South Sudan, May 22, 2019. Phase one of the 33 million U.S. dollars medical assistance provided by the Chinese government to improve South Sudan’s health sector will be completed by September 2019. (Xinhua/Gale Julius)
Riek Gai Kok, South Sudan’s health minister, said the China-aided Kiir Mayardit Women’s Hospital in the central town of Rumbek will also be complete next month. He hailed the medical collaboration Juba and Beijing have had since 2011.
Hua Ning, Chinese Ambassador to South Sudan promised to channel more development support to South Sudan because of the prevailing peace.
“We hope that as peace finally comes to South Sudan, we will have more hospitals for the people of South Sudan,” Hua said.
South Sudan is already benefiting from a grant of about 33 million U.S. dollars provided by the Chinese government in 2013 to modernize and expand health facilities in the country that has greatly improved health care across South Sudan.
Photo taken on April 16, 2019 shows a building under construction in Juba, South Sudan. The project is part of a 33 million U.S. dollar medical assistance provided by the Chinese government to improve South Sudan’s health sector. Phase one of the China-aided project which kicked off in November 2017 is nearing completion. (Xinhua/Gale Julius)
By Alan Dawson
Mark Knight, the Herald Sun cartoonist responsible for the controversial drawing that portrayed tennis icon Serena Williams as an angry baby having a temper tantrum during the 2018 US Open final, denies accusations of racism and sexism. ‘The world has just gone crazy,’ he said.
- Serena Williams was turned into a controversial cartoon on Monday.
- Williams lost the 2018 US Open women’s final on Saturday after getting slapped with three code violations on court.
- Her behaviour was lampooned by Herald Sun cartoonist Mark Knight, who drew Williams as an angry baby with exaggerated features like oversized lips, a big nose, and wiry hair.
- Knight denies the cartoon is racist and says “the world has gone crazy.”
The cartoonist who turned Serena Williams into an angry baby throwing a tantrum during the US Open final claimed his cartoon isn’t about race and accused the world of going “crazy.”
Mark Knight published a cartoon in Australian newspaper The Herald Sun on Monday that showed Williams with caricaturized features like oversized lips, a big nose, and wiry hair. She is seen jumping up and down by a broken racket and a pacifier.
The cartoon is a response to Williams’ behaviour during the 2018 US Open women’s final on Saturday where she was slapped with a hat-trick of code violations late in the match for receiving coaching, smashing her racket, and arguing with the chair umpire.
She eventually lost in straight sets to 20-year-old rival Naomi Osaka, who was also drawn. Twitter users pointed out that she was depicted as a white woman with blonde hair despite being Japanese.
Here is the cartoon:
“I drew this cartoon Sunday night after seeing the US Open final, and seeing the world’s best tennis player have a tantrum and thought that was interesting,” Knight said in the Herald Sun.
“It’s been picked up by social media in the US and my phone has just melted down … The world has just gone crazy.”
He added that the cartoon is about poor behaviour, not race, and thinks he has been “unfairly criticised” on social media.
“Three days before I had drawn a cartoon about Nick Kyrgios being led off by the ears, like you used to do with your children,” he said.
“The cartoon about Serena is about her poor behaviour on the day, not about race.”
Of his social media commentators, he added: “I tried to reply to these people but they just don’t listen. On any given day you are a hero and on any given day you are a pariah.”
Damon Johnston, the Herald Sun editor, tweeted his support of Knight and the cartoon.
He said Mark Knight’s “cartoon is not racist or sexist” and that it “rightly mocks poor behaviour by a tennis legend.”
Johnston added: “Mark has the full support of everyone at the Herald Sun.”
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