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Fiona Alexander Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation American University Current Job Title Distinguished Policy Strategist in Residence Nisreen Al Khatib  Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Bank Audi Current Job Title Head of Unit ​ ​ Shifa Sorene Assefa  Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Cyber Czar Current Job Title MD ​ Lessie Longstreet  Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Cyber Readiness Institute Current Job Title Global Director of Outreach and Partner Engagement ​ ​ Priscilla Mutembwa  Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation DAMIPA Consulting Current Job Title Founder, CEO ​ ​ ​ Bushra AlBlooshi Current  Employer/Organization/Affiliation DESC Current Job Title Head of R&I ​ ​​ ​Shawn Richardson Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation FIRST/NVIDIA Current Job Title Board Director, FIRST / Senior Manager Product Security Incident Response Team, NVIDIA ​ ​Louise Marie Hurel  Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Igarapé Institute / London School of Economics and Political Science Current Job Title Project Coordinator Digital Security Programme / PhD Researcher ​ ​Natalia Spinu Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Information Technology and Cyber Security Service P.I. Current Job Title Head of the Center for Response on Cybersecurity Incidents | CERT-GOV-MD ​ ​Samaneh Tajalizadehkhoob  Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Current Job Title Lead Security, Stability & Resiliency Specialist ​ ​Deborah Housen-Couriel Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Konfidas Digital Ltd. Current Job Title Chief Legal Officer and VP Regulation ​ ​Reem AlShammari Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Kuwait Oil Company Current Job Title Team Leader Information Security ​ ​Aziza Al Rashdi Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Ministry of Transport Communication and Information Technology - Oman National CERT Current Job Title Director Cyber Security Professional Services ​ ​Diana Waithanji  Current Job Title CyberSecurity Consultant ​ ​Abeer Khedr Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation National Bank of Egypt Current Job Title Information Security Director ​ Lufuno T Khorommbi Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Orizur Consulting Enterprise Current Job Title Specialist Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Governance ​ ​Joy Aimienoho Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation PwC Current Job Title Associate Director Cybersecurity, Privacy & Resilience ​ ​Rita Forsi Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Retired from Public Administration Current Job Title Expert in Cybersecurity ​ ​Andrea Knoblauch Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Softchoice Current Job Title PreSales Security Architect ​ ​Isabella Corradini Current Employer/Organization/Affiliation Themis Research Center Current Job Title Scientific Director ​ Page Content 9 Page Content 10 Page Content 18 Page Content 19 Page Content 6 Page Content 7 Page Content 11 Page Content 12 Page Content 2 Page Content 3 Page Content 4 Page Content 5 Page Content 13 Page Content 14 Page Content 15 Page Content 16 Follow us Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr Linkedin Instagram Soundcloud Podcasts Spotify Spreaker TikTok © ITU All Rights Reserved Contact us Privacy notice Accessibility Report misconduct Back to top
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Score: 952552.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...omen-in-Cyber/WiC-Mentors.aspx
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Backward linkages exist when foreign affiliates acquire goods or services from domestic firms, and forward linkages when foreign affiliates sell goods or services to domestic firms. (...) Having worked in an affiliate, the employee-turned-entrepreneur has a better understanding of the requirements of the affiliate. (...) Promoting linkages between foreign affiliates and domestic firms ____________________________________________ 11 affiliates.
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Score: 946318.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/ead/misc/ffd2001/unctad.pdf
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Backward linkages exist when foreign affiliates acquire goods or services from domestic firms, and forward linkages when foreign affiliates sell goods or services to domestic firms. (...) Technology transfer by foreign affiliates to suppliers can be categorized according to the area of technology involved; an affiliate may engage in several simultaneously. (...) Having worked in an affiliate, the employee-turned-entrepreneur has a better understanding of the requirements of the affiliate.
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Score: 944167 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/ead/misc/ffd2001/unctad.doc
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Biodiversity and environmental impact of intensive SR forestry   Name John Doornbos Affiliation Canadian Forest Service Address 8815 188 Street NW, Edmonton, Canada Email [email protected] Areas of interest Use of wastewater and sewage biosolids on poplar and willow   Name Dr Sharon Doty Affiliation University of Washington Address Box 352100 Seattle, Washington 98195-2100, USA Email [email protected] Areas of  interest Phytoremediation of organic pollutants. (...) Agroforestry and benefits for poverty alleviation and landscape improvements    Name Dr Alistair McCracken Affiliation Dept. Agriculture and Rural Development Northern Ireland Address NIHPBS, Loughgall. (...) Bioenergy.    Name Ian McIvor Affiliation Hortresearch Address Tennant Drive, Private Bag 11030, Palmerston North, New Zealand Email [email protected] Areas of interest Slope stabilisation using poplar and willow.
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Score: 943300 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/26442/en/
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Gambia 8 - Unregulated and Affiliate Transactions.PDF 1 UNREGULATED AND AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS 2 AFFILIATED OR RELATED PARTIES • Parties (affiliates) that directly or indirectly, through one or more intermediaries, controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with the enterprise. • Entities for which investments are accounted for by the equity method. • Trusts for the benefit of employees, such as pension and profit-sharing trusts that are managed by or under the trusteeship of management • Principal owners of the enterprise (more than 10% of voting interest) • Management • Members of immediate families of principal owners and its management • Other parties who can control, or be controlled by, management or operating policies of the company 3 REQUIRED DISCLOSURES (SFAS 57) • Must disclose material related party transactions, other than transactions in normal course of business (e.g., compensation) – Eliminated in consolidated financial statements • Disclosures might include: – Nature or relationship – Description of transaction – Amounts due to or from related parties 4 REQUIRED DISCLOSURES (SFAS 57) • Requires the auditor to consider whether sufficient competent evidential matter has been obtained during the audit to understand the relationship of the parties and, for related party transactions, the effects of the transaction on the financial statements • Auditor should determine that the financial statement disclosures are adequate and appropriate • Since it is difficult to substantiate representations that transaction was consummated on arm’s-length terms, if such a representation is included in the financial statements and the auditor believes it is unsubstantiated by management, then a qualified or adverse opinion should be expressed because of a departure from generally accepted accounting principles. 5 U.S. (...) The auditor should decide on the degree of assurance required and the extent to which available information provides such assurance 12 SOURCE INFORMATION • A key source of information on these topics used in preparation of this presentation: Accounting and Auditing for Related Parties and Related Party Transactions: A Toolkit for Accountants and Auditors – Prepared by the staff of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants 13 AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS REGULATORY CONCERNS • Cost shifting • Profit shifting • Risk shifting • Anti-competitive behavior – Cross subsidization 14 GUIDELINES FOR COST ALLOCATIONS AND AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS • Cost Allocation Principles – The maximum extent practicable, costs should be collected and classified on a direct basis for each asset, service or product provided. – The general method for charging indirect costs should be on a fully allocated cost basis – To the extent possible, all direct and allocated costs should be traceable on the books of the applicable regulated utility to the applicable uniform system of accounts. Documentation should be made available to the appropriate regulatory authority upon request regarding transactions between the regulated utility and its affiliates. 15 GUIDELINES FOR COST ALLOCATIONS AND AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS • Cost Allocation Principles (Continued) – The allocation methods should apply to the regulated entity’s affiliates in order to prevent subsidization from, and ensure equitable cost sharing among the regulated entity and its affiliates, and vice versa. – All costs should be classified to services or products which, by their very nature, are either regulated, non-regulated, or common to both. – The primary cost driver of commons costs should be identified and used to allocate the cost between regulated and non-regulated services or products. – The indirect costs of each business unit, including the allocated costs of shared services, should be spread to the services or products to which they are related using relevant cost allocators. 16 GUIDELINES FOR COST ALLOCATIONS AND AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS • Affiliate Transaction Pricing Guidelines – Generally the price for services, products and the use of assets provided by a regulated entity to its non- regulated affiliates should be at the higher of fully allocated costs or prevailing market prices – Generally, the price for services, products and the use of assets provided by a non-regulated affiliate to a regulated affiliate should be at the lower of fully allocated cost or prevailing market prices 17 GUIDELINES FOR COST ALLOCATIONS AND AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS • An audit trail should exist • The regulator should have complete access to all affiliate records necessary to ensure that cost allocations and affiliate transactions are conducted in accordance with the guidelines • The regulators, not the utilities, should determine (within reason) what information is relevant for a particular audit objective 18 REGULATORY OBJECTIVES IN REVIEWING AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS • Determine methods of accumulating costs to be allocated are reasonable • Determine that methods of allocating costs are reasonable based on benefits received and methods are properly computed and applied • Determine that overhead costs are reasonable and properly allocated • Determine that any return component is reasonable 19 REGULATORY OBJECTIVES IN REVIEWING AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS • Determine that the percent of shared officers’ time is allocated to appropriate entities or services based on the actual time or time studies, and that resulting allocation percentages are reasonable based on benefits received and methods are properly computed and applied • Determine that charges from affiliates are reasonable as to pricing method and levels and are consistently treated • Determine that transactions with non-utility affiliates do not result in cross subsidies by or to utility operations 20 REGULATORY REVIEW OF AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS • Useful items – A list of all known related parties and any transactions between the utility and those parties – List of boards of directors and officers of various entities to check for common directors and officers – Establish if there are transactions occurring between entities that are not being recorded or for which charges are not being made – Review significant loans for unusual interest rates – Obtain description of method used for allocations – Compare current allocations and methods to that of prior years – Review any fair market value studies completed by the utility 21 REGULATORY REVIEW OF AFFILIATE TRANSACTIONS • Useful Items (Continued) – Determine method used to allocate common or shared salaries and corporate costs • Timesheets for officers may be suspect as may be filled out randomly by office assistant – Compare returns included in services from unregulated entities to regulated entities to returns allowed for the regulated entity 22 CONTACT INFORMATION Denise Parrish dparri@state.wy.us
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Score: 941569.2 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/fina...eminars/banjul-04/gambia-8.pdf
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Now we’re connecting everything around us We connected the phone to the Internet 4Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. Smartphone technology is expanding its reach Rapid replacement cycles Unmatched scale Integrated and optimized technologies Smart cities Mobile computing Healthcare Smart homes Wearables Networking Automotive 5Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies.Source: Gartner, Mar. ‘17 >8.5B Cumulative smartphone unit shipments forecast between 2017–2021 6Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. We are connecting the IoT today >1Billion IoT devices shipped using Qualcomm Technologies chips 7Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. Several millions of those new devices will require: Unique ID, subscription Management of the subscription. 8Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. SIM Evolution 9Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. eSIM model of operation Traditional SIM operation Removable OEM Subscription MNO 10Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. eSIM model of operation OEM SIM operation with multiple MNO subscriptions Removable or embedded OEM Subscription MNOMNO MNO 11Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. eSIM model of operation Multiple OEM SIM operation with a single MNO subscription Removable or embedded OEM Subscription MNO OEM OEM 12Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. eSIM model of operation Multiple OEM SIM operation with multiple MNO subscriptions Removable or embedded OEM Subscription MNOMNO MNO OEM OEM 13Confidential and Proprietary — Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies. eSIM Key take aways DUAL SIM is a short term solution eSIM has the most potential growth in IoT Not all eSIM might be embedded The move to eSIM will take some time Keep in mind a big picture –– the eSIM is a technology beyond phones/smartphones Automotive Healthcare DronesSmart homesSmart cities Wearables Nothing in these materials is an offer to sell any of the components or devices referenced herein. ©2018 Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies.
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Score: 940010.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...comm%20International%20Inc.pdf
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CISCO WTIM2013 - John Garrity FINAL 10th World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Meeting (WTIM-12) Bangkok, Thailand, 25-27 September 2012 Contribution to WTIM-12 session Document C/13-E 26 September 2012 English SOURCE: CISCO Systems TITLE: Forecasting Fixed and Mobile Data Traffic: Cisco’s Visual Networking Index 9/26/2012 1 © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 1Cisco Public 1© 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. (...) Business; Application sub- segment; Video sub- segments 9/26/2012 3 © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 5 28 21 31 23 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 IP Traffic in 2011 Internet Traffic in 2011 E xa b yt es p er m o n th Projected in 2007 Actual Source: Cisco VNI Global Forecast, 2011–2016 © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. (...) Cisco Public 6 ConnectionsConnections AdoptionAdoption UsageUsage Bitrates and Speeds Bitrates and Speeds TrafficTraffic 9/26/2012 4 © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 7 ConnectionsConnections AdoptionAdoption UsageUsage Bitrates and Speeds Bitrates and Speeds TrafficTraffic Step 1: Number of users and devices Consumer vs business Mobile vs fixed Wi-fi hotspot usage Population forecasts by age segment © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates.
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Score: 934550.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/S.../events/wtim2012/013-E_doc.pdf
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HUGE media uptake: industry press, BBC, Wired, Ars Technica, Christian Science Monitor, 60+ articles written Timeline: VSAT Security In the Media Cisco Public 8© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Product Security Baseline Cisco Public 9Cisco Public 9© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. (...) The GVF Product Security Baseline Cisco Public 11© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Wrapping up… Cisco Public 12Cisco Public 12© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. (...) Cisco Public 14© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Backup Slides Cisco Public 15Cisco Public 15© 2013-2014 Cisco and/or its affiliates.
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Score: 930235.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-R/s...ents/Global%20Vsat%20Forum.pdf
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High Tech Solutions for an Urbanising World © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. (...) Cisco Confidential 1 Zdravka Paskaleva Newman Regional Manager, APJC April 27, 2016 Smart+Connected Communities in a Global World Enabling Economic, Social and Environmental Sustainability © 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 2© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. (...) Business Modelling Next Steps Market Opportunity Smart City Framework © 2012 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3 What is Smart City?
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Score: 923414.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R.../S3_Present_Zdravka_Newman.pdf
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Recap on SITS concepts and definitions Recap session on main concepts and definitions in Trade in Services Statistics Barbara D’Andrea, WTO ECLAC-UNSD Workshop in cooperation with WTO on Trade in Services (9-11 December 2020) 2 The Manual on Statistics of International Trade in Services (MSITS 2010) Guidelines and recommendations on the Measurement of trade in services Balance of Payments statistics Foreign Affiliates statistics (FATS) Statistics on the international supply of services by mode (incl. mode 4) 3 BPM6/EBOPS 2010 Main Services Components 1. (...) Government goods and services n.i.e. • Provide a measure of Mode 3 (commercial presence) • Help understand the phenomenon of globalisation. • Range of indicators on the activity of majority-controlled foreign affiliates • Inward and outward FATS • With a particular focus on services • What are FATS useful for? • What do FATS measure? 4 Foreign Affiliates Statistics (FATS) © WTO/OMC 5 Foreign affiliates covered by FATS •Control criterion Majority-controlled foreign affiliates (single foreign investor has more than 50% of voting power at each stage of the chain of ownership): •Types of producers Affiliates producing goods, services Supplementary firms where relevant (e.g. multiple controllers) Include branches and subsidiaries Exclude associates 6 ECONOMY A compiles outward FATS ECONOMY B compiles inward FATS Company Foreign affiliate Direct investment Service supply Where is the service supply?
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Score: 921992.5 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...al-trade-services-2020-rev.pdf
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