Bournemouth striker Benik Afobe: Sam Surridge has big chance

first_imgBournemouth striker Benik Afobe says Sam Surridge has Premier League potential.Afobe has tipped young striker Surridge to follow in the footsteps of Baily Cargill and Matt Worthington in plotting a path into the Premier League. He told the Daily Echo: “Sam is a good lad and a good finisher. He works hard. He has come through the youth system here and, hopefully, he can emulate Matt Worthington who came on against Leicester. One day, that could be him.”He is still young and has a lot to learn. He isn’t the finished article but his finishing ability is very high. He likes scoring goals. You can see that every time a finishing drill is put on, he wants to join in.”He is quite tall and is going to fill out. He will get stronger and his finishing is probably his best attribute, which is a great attribute to have.”You can see he has the hunger to score goals and he did that last season. Every time he has trained with us, he has done well.”We have a good academy and a good development squad. They are a good bunch of lads and when they train with us, they never let themselves down and, hopefully, a few of them can make the grade.”last_img read more

The hackers targeted the companys secure operatin

first_imgThe hackers targeted the company’s secure operating system, fraud prevention, security network, and Anti-APT solution and services.According to Kaspersky, the source code of the company’s products is undamaged, and the attack will only improve its defensive technologies.“By disclosing the attack we (i) send a signal to the public and question the validity–and morality–of presumably a state-sponsored attacks against private business in general, and security companies in particular; and (ii) share our knowledge with other businesses to help them protect their assets. Even if it does hurt ‘reputation’– I don’t care. Our mission is to save the world, and that admits no compromise,” he wrote. The cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab announced it has experienced an advanced hack attack on the company’s own internal networks. According to the group, the attack was complex, stealthy and exploited a number of zero-day vulnerabilities.“The thinking behind it is a generation ahead of anything we’d seen earlier–it uses a number of tricks that make it really difficult to detect and neutralize,” wrote Eugene Kaspersky, chairman and CEO of Kaspersky Lab, in a blog post.(Related: Facebook announces ThreatExchange to tighten software security)last_img read more