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The "Taking the Offensive - Working together to disrupt digital crime" extensively quotes a number of security directors of well-known global organisations and lists examples of the many forms of criminal attacks encountered by global organisations, including various types of malware or phishing attacks.
The Taking the Offensive Working together to disrupt digital crime extensively quotes a number of security directors of well-known global organisations and lists examples of the many forms of criminal attacks encountered by global organisations, including various types of malware or phishing attacks.
The game opened with Stockton taking the offensive and mounting attack upon attack against the Mount Pleasant goal, but unable to convert their chances.
"We are taking the offensive to the Mullaittivu jungles where [LTTE leader Velupillai] Prabhakaran is hiding," Jagath Dias, an army major general, said on Monday.
To regain that position, President Assad is taking the offensive: hitting hard at both the US-Israel alliance and the Sunni Arab regimes which are promoting a peace plan that has no chance of going anywhere without Syrian involvement.
With a rapidly deteriorating security situation in Kabul as well as the provinces, and the Taliban apparently taking the offensive, urgent action seems to be needed.
Then it's time for war, where total control allows you to issue direct orders to each officer or signal general commands, whether you're taking the offensive, defending your ground or gathering for an ambush.
Keeping the extremists in disarray, taking the offensive against terrorists and the regimes that harbor them.
In that piece I congratulated AARP for taking the offensive against plans to privatize Social Security and took the White House to task for crisis-mongering a situation that, I believe, does not warrant it.
NEW YORK -- Taking the offensive after a poor November and weak start to the holiday shopping season, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.