As the Government helped to push Carillion towards collapse, could it be doing the same for NHS dentistry, Kevin Lewis asks. The Carillion story has to some extent gate-crashed the traditional midwinter NHS party. This is the time of year when the NHS’s valiant efforts to claw its way through the most demanding months of the year, and political arguments about NHS funding and priorities, usually hold sway.
At Twistlock Labs, we continuously try to get into the minds of attackers to better understand how they would attempt to gain access to or potentially compromise your containerized infrastructure. Recently, I shared an in-depth blog post on CVE-2017-5123 to detail how I exploited the waitid() vulnerability in order to modify the Linux capabilities of a Docker container, gain elevated privileges, and ultimately escape the container.
Kevin Lewis explains why a royal college is so important for dentistry as FGDP looks to become independent. The year 1992 was a defining year for UK general dental practitioners in many different ways. Those readers who were around may recall that it was in the July of that year that the gross fees paid to dentists for providing NHS treatment were cut by 7%.
MORE: Katz is the third Cloverly ES employee charged w/ disturbing crimes in the last 21 months.
June 2016: John Vigna (sex abuse of minor) - found guilty
Jan. 2018: Sean Kelley (possession of child pornography) - pending
March 2018: Steven Katz (sex abuse of minor) - pending https://t.co/60FrDswlTg
JUST IN: MCPS substitute teacher arrested for molesting male student at Cloverly Elementary School in Colesville, Md., police say.
59yo Steve Katz subbed at the school on four occasions.
His FB account lists substitute work at Howard + Baltimore County Public Schools as well. https://t.co/egwTOh1uQN
NEW: MoCo Police says Dr. Saxena used pencils, pens, a hairbrush and his fingers to sexually assault a girl (now a grown women) - often while he looked at pornography.
The alleged victim recalled "crying and screaming" during the frequent sexual abuse.
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