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According to the researchers, the findings may help to explain why deception persists in certain occupations: because hiring managers and other organizational actors see deceivers as more competent for high-pressure sales roles, and hire them at an elevated rate.
But when Mason finds out she may be euthanized, he travels to Deception Cove to save the dog.
"TrapX, as the market leader in deception technology takes cyber security to the next level.
"The Attivo Networks ThreatDefend portfolio is locally developed in India and perfectly aligned with the Cyber Security Framework for threat deception," said Tushar Kothari, CEO of Attivo Networks.
Singh seeks review of both orders, arguing first that the Board abused its discretion in refusing to reopen his case based on the vacatur of the deception conviction.
ever to deploy, manage, and operate deception by automating the creation and
Strong and clear empirical evidence suggests that most people believe that nonverbal deception cues exist.
Written by the US intelligence community's foremost expert on denial and deception, Practise to Deceive is as deceptive as the subject it claims to describe.
Much of the book can be seen as an argument for the importance of deception and for the personal attention and involvement of commanders in the deception planning process.
With Attivo Networks as part of its portfolio, Networks Unlimited will provide its customers the opportunity to leverage the best breed of deception technology as an additional layer of security to its critical infrastructure.
First, he argues that it lacks the resources to distinguish different kinds of sexual deceptions before moving on to connect that failing with a broader view about the morality of consent and deception.
A central assumption of Practise to Deceive is that the only tool that has a hope of "dispelling the fog of war" is intelligence--but it is the task of the deception planner to keep that fog thick.
While there are many books available on the subject of body language, Coffman's "A Guide To Deception" is the first to take the form of a study guide or lesson plan and is focused exclusively on deception.
According to Baroness Onora O'Neill, of Bengarve, MP and former principal of Girton College, Cambridge University, the real enemy of public trust is deception. She writes: 'Deception is not a minor or marginal moral failure.