Nar du arbeider med kunst, ma du forsta at det bør inkludere riktig og riktig handtering. Devin Fitzpatrick Art Consultants, en av de mest palitelige kunsten konsulenttjenester i Seattle, foreslar a anskaffe tjenesten av en kvalifisert kunst radgivning tjeneste spesielt hvis du ikke har nok kunnskap i a engasjere med kunst. For eksempel ma ekspertisen til slike konsulenter i kjøpe eller selge en kunst.

Hele kjøpe eller selge prosessen kan være enklere med hjelp av en kunst konsulent, sammen med leter etter det rette kunstverket som passer din likings. Hvis du er en artist eller en selger av et kunstverk og du ikke er kjent om hvordan presentere arbeidet til lokale eller internasjonale samfunnet, far du bedre service av en kunst konsulent til a presentere ditt arbeid i de riktige stedene med riktig mate. De kunne magnet kjøpere til kunst som vel sa forlate bygningen ideer til dem.

Men visse utfordringer kan venter deg i a finne riktig kunsten radgivning tjeneste for dine behov. Du finner mye av denne typen service rundt i omradet, men problemet ligger i din kompatibilitet til konsulent siden du trenger a finne din perfekte match. Devin Fitzpatrick Art Consultants anbefaler gjør det lekser a nøye velge til arbeide med.

Kontroller at konsulenten forstar du

Det første du ma gjøre velger din kunst konsulent er a sørge for at han eller hun har en klar forstaelse av dine behov, smak og preferanser. Dette er a sikre at du skal være komfortabel med ham eller henne i a oppfylle malene dine kunst. Kunsten radgivning tjenesten bør være forpliktet til a hjelpe deg med hva du skal komme.

En dugelig kunst konsulent tjenesten finner ikke det vanskelig a forsta deg og dine unike behov siden slik organisasjon har mye erfaring med ulike mennesker i fortiden. De bør være fleksibel i handteringen av hver klients behov ligner pa Devin Fitzpatrick Art Consultants.

Konsulenten skal være villig til a arbeide innenfor budsjettet

Den nest viktigste innebærer budsjettet. Du kan finne tjenesten med slik ekspert litt dyrt sa du bør angi et bestemt budsjett i far tjenesten av en. Du ma sørge for at konsulenten enige om uttalte budsjettet.

Gjennomføre en detaljert forskning

Tredje er a nøye finne riktig kunst konsulent for deg i ditt lokale omrade eller gjennom online. Du kan søke fots, eller du kan spørre anbefalingene fra venner, naboer eller slektninger. Det ville være mye bedre hvis de allerede hadde en erfaring med en kunst konsulent gi deg troverdig informasjon. Du kan ogsa fa navnene pa kunst konsulentene du bør unnga pa grunn av deres feil eller darlig service. Internett-søk er definitivt den enkleste maten a se etter kunst konsulent du trenger, trenger du bare a besøke noen søkemotorer og derfra kan du begynner a søke.

Til slutt og trolig er det viktigste som du ma merke a ha et godt forhold til kunst konsulent. Med en etablert forhold, kunne du fungere med konsulenten og sikre positive resultater.

Devin Fitzpatrick Art Consultants hadde vært en god kunst konsulent service gjennom arene pa grunn av Devins ekspertise og gode kunnskaper med hensyn til kunst. Finne en lignende art radgivning service kan være vanskelig, men det ville være verdt det til slutt.

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In November, at least 35 healthcare facilities in the U.S., U.K. and Canada were targeted by cybercriminals executing Business Email Compromise (BEC) campaigns. The organizations, which included hospitals, specialty care providers, walk-in clinics and pharmaceutical companies, were defrauded by attackers who impersonated executives within the organizations.

Cybercriminals are drawn to and attack the healthcare industry for many reasons, but primarily because they allocate a bulk of their resources to patient care and innovation, which often leaves information security underfunded. However, by becoming educated about BEC scams and the tools available to mitigate this threat, healthcare organizations can drastically reduce email fraud and associated financial losses.

Understanding BEC

BEC is defined by the FBI as a sophisticated email scam that targets businesses working with foreign partners that regularly perform wire transfer payments. As such, BEC scams typically involve an attacker hacking into or spoofing an official business email account to request a fraudulent wire transfer of funds from that business to a bank account the attacker controls.

To pull off their scams without arousing suspicion, fraudsters often conduct research via the targeted company’s website and social media to secure organizational charts that indicate employees’ titles and roles, as well as the chain of command within a company. Some attackers even call their target’s human resources department to obtain personal information about employees that may help them better position their requests for fraudulent payment. With this research in hand, attackers are able to piece together enough intricacies of an organization to understand under what auspices to request the transfer and who the initiating and receiving parties should be.

The main forms of BEC include:

The Bogus Invoice Scheme: Often referred to as “The Supplier Swindle” or “Invoice Modification Scheme,” attackers identify vendor partners of their target and pose as these vendors via email to request payment on an invoice.

CEO Fraud: Known alternately as “Business Executive Scam,” “Masquerading” or “Financial Industry Wire Frauds,” this form of BEC involves a cybercriminal impersonating a member of the executive team within the target organization and using this spoofed email account to initiate a wire transfer to an account the attacker controls.

Account Compromise: This version entails a fraudster hacking into an employee’s email account and sending email requests to multiple vendors for invoice payment to be made to an attacker-controlled account.

Attorney Impersonation: To execute this form of BEC, attackers contact employees within the target company claiming to be a legal entity handling confidential, time-sensitive matters that require a transfer of funds into an account owned by the attacker.

Data Theft: Cybercriminals seek out HR representatives or administrators with access to personal employee information and use this intelligence as a jumping-off point for the aforementioned forms of BEC.

Targeting the Healthcare Industry

As organizations within the healthcare industry place much of their focus and financial resources on patient care and working toward advancements in medicine, they often neglect to allocate the necessary portion of their budgets to cybersecurity. These security vulnerabilities make healthcare organizations the perfect target for BEC scams. For these specific cyberattacks, two main BEC strategies have been identified:

In the first tactic, attackers spoof the “From” field on an email to make it appear as though the email is being sent by an executive while the “Reply To” field contains the attacker’s email address. Although the employee intends to respond to the executive who they believed sent the email, their reply containing sensitive information is actually sent to the attacker.

The second tactic entails fraudsters utilizing a domain name that is similar to that of the targeted healthcare institution — often varying only by one letter that is not readily detectable by the recipient. For example, cybercriminals used this technique on several National Health Service (NHS) institutions with the copycat domains appearing as <name of hospital> co instead of

In both strategies, attackers utilize a simple subject line conveying a sense of urgency that encourages the recipient of their spoofed email to act quickly. Some examples of the subject lines used in BEC schemes include:

  • Extremely Urgent
  • Treat as Urgent
  • Due Payment
  • Urgent Payment

This push for quick action — coupled with the fact that the email appears to be sent from a high-level member of their company — discourages employees from fully considering and verifying the details of the request. In turn, many inadvertently reply to the attacker, providing them with the account information needed to fraudulently obtain the organization’s funds.

Combatting BEC

Unfortunately, since there are many variations of BEC scams — and fraudsters work hard to create credible, inconspicuous email messages — BEC is particularly difficult to monitor and mitigate without employee awareness of the threat and the advanced cybersecurity solutions. Traditional security software typically does not detect BEC tactics because these spoofed emails don’t contain typical malicious content such as URLS within an email and email attachments.

To combat BEC scams and other emerging threats, healthcare chief information security officers (CISOs) should invest in a comprehensive layered defense that includes an advanced cybersecurity solution that detects and blocks social engineered attacks and advanced malware. These solutions should utilize machine learning to inspect behaviors of socially engineered emails to prevent them from reaching their endpoints.

Additionally, CISOs must develop an executive training program focused on advanced threats. They need to educate employees on the threat of BEC attacks and encourage them to verify all details in an email request for wire transfer, no matter the level of urgency communicated. Employees can also help mitigate the risk of fraudulent transfers by using the Forward function, rather than Reply, to type in their intended recipient’s email address to ensure their response is sent to the correct party.

Finally, healthcare organizations should review their accounting policies and operational controls to validate that proper verification procedures are in place. Employees should use phone confirmation as part of fund transfer request procedures, and vendor payment location changes should have a secondary sign-off system.

With the right tools, employee training and vigilance, most healthcare organizations can substantially diminish the risk of BEC attacks. Ultimately, by investing in the resources up front, they can avoid heavy financial losses in the end.



An international online gaming platform is leveraging technology from Cambridge based Featurespace to improve player protection from real-time fraud attack.

The collaboration will see Featurespace’s ARIC™ platform integrated into ComeOn’s system to help repel fraud attacks without impacting customer experience.

Founded in 2010, CO-Gaming Ltd, as the parent business is called, is now delivering a gaming experience on seven different brands. The portfolio consists of online casinos and sportsbooks.

It works based on licences in Malta, the UK and Curacao and has its own operations in Malta, London, Gibraltar and Stockholm with a staff of around 210.

Featurespace’s real-time, machine learning ARIC platform detects anomalies in behaviour for fraud and risk management.

It was created out of Cambridge University’s Engineering Department, co-founded by world-renowned experts in applied statistics, Professor Bill Fitzgerald and Dave Excell.

ComeOn director Jovin Genovese said: “Following an extensive global search for a fraud system that would identify new types of fraud as they occur, we chose Featurespace’s ARIC platform because it far outweighed anything we had seen.

“Working with Featurespace ensures that our customers are protected by the most sophisticated fraud and customer management platform on the market.”

Featurespace CEO Martina King added: “We are proud to be partnering with ComeOn to deliver our ARIC platform. It has been a pleasure working with the pioneering ComeOn team, who do all they can to create the safest environment for their customers.”

Featurespace has deployed ARIC to organisations that have services or products deployed in over 180 countries. Customers include Betfair, Vocalink/Zapp, Camelot, William Hill, and TSYS, the largest third-party processor of Visa and MasterCard credit cards in the US.



I-Plan (1): Time tobe a truly attractive company

Towards a truly attractivecompany

• An attractive company is one in which the management, employeesand their family members feel a sense of prosperity and happiness, andproactively work toward greater customer satisfaction and a higher level ofsocial contribution.

• We will endeavor to become a truly attractive company that seeksto achieve higher levels of public and customer satisfaction and make greatercontributions to society.

"Dedication andself-fulfillment" as our driving forces

• Dedication and self-fulfillment are the driving forces thatenable the management, employees and their family members to feel prosperityand happiness. Dedication and self-fulfillment also generate a virtuous cycleof personal development and corporate growth.

• We will manage the company in such a way as to boost staffdedication and self-fulfillment as driving forces for our evolution into atruly attractive company.

OC Global as one driving forcefor ACK Group

Oriental Consultants Global does more thancontribute to the ACK Group’s financial performance. It also creates newbusinesses, leads technical development and sophistication, and supplies humanresources for many different functions in the Group.

• In all aspects we will act as a driving force of the Group inorder to form an attractive corporate group.

Relationship between staffsatisfaction, customer satisfaction and social contribution

Genuine customer satisfaction and contributions to society arerealized when the services are born from the passion of employees. This is whywe believe that greater staff satisfaction leads to true customer satisfactionand social contribution.

What is prosperity?

Prosperity in these management policies collectively refers to asense of achievement, contentedness, ample time and material and economicwell-being.

Feeling of prosperity

• We will secure and nurture competent human resources, enhancevarious programs and improve the working environment to enable executives,employees and their family members to feel a greater sense of prosperity andhappiness.

• This feeling of prosperity and happiness will heightenmotivation, dedication and self-fulfillment.

Personal development

• We will forge ahead with developing technologies and services tobuild unrivalled quality and technical abilities and sales strengths, and tohelp individuals develop themselves toward ever higher goals.

• This personal development will help establish personal autonomyand turn individuals into true professionals with a sense of responsibility,perseverance and ability to realize their ambitions.

Corporate growth

• We will secure stable earnings and continuously grow by creatingand expanding businesses in existing markets and also in private-sector andinternational markets.

• This constant corporate growth leads to continued pursuit ofcustomer satisfaction and social contribution.



InternationalAccountants Day was celebrated for the first time in Singapore as some 2,000accounting and finance professionals gathered at the Lawn@Marina Bay onThursday for activities.

Braving therain, they danced to YMCA and broke the Singapore record for the longest chainof name cards of accountants and those who work to support the profession.

Minister ofState for Finance and Transport Mrs Josephine Teo was at the event, which alsohad a fund-raising theme.

More than10 charities took part to raise awareness, sign upvolunteers, and sell products for their cause.

Our SeniorPartner - Mr Jerry Lee is on the news as well!