Data Retrieval – IT Talk http://it-talk.org/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 22:25:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://it-talk.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-3-150x150.png Data Retrieval – IT Talk http://it-talk.org/ 32 32 Drone that saves the heart; Drug-associated myocarditis; CAR-T therapy for HF? https://it-talk.org/drone-that-saves-the-heart-drug-associated-myocarditis-car-t-therapy-for-hf/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 19:30:51 +0000 https://it-talk.org/drone-that-saves-the-heart-drug-associated-myocarditis-car-t-therapy-for-hf/ In Sweden, a drone delivered the automated external defibrillator that saved a man in cardiac arrest. (BBC) Israel is recording its first case of myocarditis following an infection with Omicron, apparently in a healthy man in his 40s who last received a coronavirus vaccine in August. (Israel Times) Watch out for subclinical heart failure in […]]]>

In Sweden, a drone delivered the automated external defibrillator that saved a man in cardiac arrest. (BBC)

Israel is recording its first case of myocarditis following an infection with Omicron, apparently in a healthy man in his 40s who last received a coronavirus vaccine in August. (Israel Times)

Watch out for subclinical heart failure in people recovering from mild to moderate COVID-19 illness. (European Heart Journal)

Observational data supports a survival benefit from eating olive oil instead of margarine, butter, mayonnaise, and dairy fat. (Journal of the American College of Cardiology)

Mothers who breastfed tended to have better subsequent cardiovascular outcomes, according to a meta-analysis. (Journal of the American Heart Association)

The American Academy of Neurology issues statement on how to approach emergency medical decision making for patients with acute ischemic stroke. (Neurology)

The FDA has alerted Cardiovascular Systems Inc. of a Class I recall of the Wirion embolic protection device used during atherectomy, due to problems with filter rupture during recovery.

China is finally approving aortic valve catheter replacement using a Medtronic self-expanding device, the company said.

A distal approach to transradial access for coronary catheterization reduced radial artery occlusion rates by half. (JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions)

In a small randomized trial, patients with acute coronary syndrome with no refractory reflux performed somewhat better with treatment with intracoronal epinephrine instead of adenosine. (Circulation: Cardiovascular interventions)

Scientists have identified a transcription factor that can alter the epigenetic signaling of atherosclerotic plaque formation, potentially heralding a new line of therapy for coronary artery disease. (Circulation)

Global pharmacovigilance study reveals new drugs associated with myocarditis and varying presentations of myocarditis depending on drug class. (Nature Communication)

According to the INSPIRATION-S trial, statin therapy was of no help for COVID-19 patients in intensive care. (BMJ)

Compared to cigarettes, vaping may be associated with less inflammatory and oxidative stress. Does this translate into reduced cardiovascular risk? (Nicotine and tobacco research)

Using a 3D printed model to guide the difficult transcatheter closure of a large mitral paravalvular leak. (JACC: Case reports)

A new immunotherapy strategy for heart failure? Scientists succeeded in generating CAR-T cells targeting fibroblasts from mRNA injections, thereby reducing scarring in the hearts of mice. (Science)

Convicted murderer Robert Durst, the subject of the popular true crime documentary “The Jinx”, has died of cardiac arrest at the age of 78. (New York Times)

The Danish soccer player with an implantable cardioverting defibrillator was not picked to join his national team, but says he still wants to play at this year’s FIFA World Cup. (CNN)

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Iowa Department of Social Services can’t read thousands of its own emails https://it-talk.org/iowa-department-of-social-services-cant-read-thousands-of-its-own-emails/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 18:05:22 +0000 https://it-talk.org/iowa-department-of-social-services-cant-read-thousands-of-its-own-emails/ DES MOINES – Thousands of state files dealing with child abuse investigations and other matters have been rendered unreadable due to a change in computer software at the Iowa Department of Social Services. Recordings are emails that have been encrypted to protect their privacy. When Human Services switched computer software in 2018, it reportedly lost […]]]>

DES MOINES – Thousands of state files dealing with child abuse investigations and other matters have been rendered unreadable due to a change in computer software at the Iowa Department of Social Services.

Recordings are emails that have been encrypted to protect their privacy. When Human Services switched computer software in 2018, it reportedly lost the ability to decrypt almost all of the encrypted messages sent in the previous two years.

“It’s blatant,” said Roxanne Conlin, a Des Moines lawyer who seeks access to emails related to a 2017 child abuse investigation. “There’s a huge gang – if I am right Understood, that’s worth two years – of emails that no one can access now. My god, this is a pretty horrible situation. And, of course, we’ll never know what’s in all those encrypted emails.

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Conlin said the loss of the information has profound implications for agencies investigating the handling of child abuse complaints by social services, as well as for Iowans suspected of abuse. Without access to internal written communications on cases prior to 2019, it will be more difficult for the department to spot patterns involving people currently under investigation, she said.

“It matters, for example, in whether a person can be considered a sexual predator against children, for shouting out loud,” Conlin said.

Social services officials declined to comment on the case.

Last Thursday, a lawyer in Conlin’s office filed an information technology worker for social services in an attempt to find out why the emails the agency delivered during the litigation were still encrypted, showing only seemingly random lines of characters.

According to Conlin, the technician said agency emails were encrypted from 2017 to 2018 using software called Virtru. The software automatically encrypted all emails, throughout the social service system, which included one of some 120,000 predefined words suggesting that the content dealt with confidential matters, such as child abuse. The recipients of these emails have been given a code to decrypt the emails and make them readable.

In 2018, the department replaced Virtru’s encryption programs with a product made by Microsoft. Microsoft software was unable to decrypt emails already processed by Virtru. Moreover, when Human Services decided to abandon Virtru, it did so without retaining the possibility of decrypting emails already sent and received with the software.

As a result, the department is now unable to read thousands of emails dealing with some of the most sensitive and controversial aspects of its work. Inter-departmental emails are often among the most sought-after documents for lawyers and state investigators who are called upon to review social services’ response to child abuse complaints. In addition to these internal emails, the department also shared public documents with reporters using the Virtru encrypted messaging system.

According to a 2017-18 training manual for Iowans who work as court-appointed lawyers in child abuse cases, the Virtru encryption system relied on “a private key” or code that Email recipients used to read each email after being forwarded. to a website. All of these keys have since been lost or have expired, according to Human Services Technology testimony, meaning emails cannot be decrypted now, even though the state had access to the Virtru software.

With the help of IT technicians, Human Services would have been able to decrypt around 10% of emails processed by Virtru, but less than half of this subset of emails can be decrypted without errors that could alter the direction of communications. .

The Iowa Capital Dispatch asked department spokesperson Alex Carfrae how many of the agency’s emails were lost due to the encryption issue; what impact has this had on the ministry’s case management; whether this has resulted in the loss of documents that the agency is required to keep; and what impact the loss had on the ministry’s ability to respond to open case law requests, subpoenas, and information and discovery requests made in civil court.

Carfrae said answering these questions would require data recovery from the agency’s IT team and take several days. He declined to comment on why Human Services did not retain the ability to read its own emails once it decided to sever ties with Virtru.

The lawsuit that led to the disclosure of the encryption problem involves Marshalltown’s Alyson Rasmussen. She alleges that in 2017, she ran a home child care service and was wrongly blamed by the state for injuries sustained by one of the children in her care. She alleges that the child’s mother has repeatedly told state investigators that the child appeared to have been injured at home by the family’s dog, but that social service investigators said they were pressured by their superiors to find someone to blame.

The department ultimately issued a formal finding of abuse by Rasmussen through the denial of intensive care. After Rasmussen appealed that finding, the department reportedly offered to change her findings if she signed a form agreeing not to sue the state.

Rasmussen refused. A day before the appeal hearing, Human Services changed its findings to “author unknown”. But by then, says Conlin, Rasmussen had lost his daycare business.

“She loved taking care of the children,” she said. “They just ruined his life.”

Conlin said she believes Human Services has an obligation to keep its records and prevent their destruction by encryption.

“If we can’t access the emails of the investigator communicating with his supervisor – and obviously the supervisor communicating with his supervisor – how the hell do we prove what we have to prove? Conlin asked. “By encrypting these emails and then being unable to decrypt them, they have prevented us from having a fair chance in the courts.”

She noted that under Iowa law litigants are prohibited from spoliation – the destruction of evidence – and said she intended to pursue this matter as well.

This article first appeared in the Iowa Capital Dispatch.


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DHS blocked from thousands of emails | News, Sports, Jobs https://it-talk.org/dhs-blocked-from-thousands-of-emails-news-sports-jobs/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 06:37:30 +0000 https://it-talk.org/dhs-blocked-from-thousands-of-emails-news-sports-jobs/ photo contributed Thousands of state records dealing with child abuse have been rendered illegible due to software complications at the Iowa Department of Social Services. Thousands of state files dealing with child abuse investigations and other matters have been rendered unreadable due to a change in computer software at the Iowa Department of Social Services. […]]]>

photo contributed Thousands of state records dealing with child abuse have been rendered illegible due to software complications at the Iowa Department of Social Services.

Thousands of state files dealing with child abuse investigations and other matters have been rendered unreadable due to a change in computer software at the Iowa Department of Social Services.

Recordings are emails that have been encrypted to protect their privacy. When DHS changed computer software in 2018, it reportedly lost the ability to decrypt almost all of the encrypted messages sent in the previous two years.

“It’s blatant,” said Roxanne Conlin, a Des Moines lawyer who seeks access to DHS emails linked to a 2017 child abuse investigation. Got it right, it’s worth two years – of emails that no one can access now. My god, this is a pretty horrible situation. And, of course, we’ll never know what’s in all those encrypted emails.

Conlin said the loss of the information had profound implications for agencies investigating DHS’s handling of child abuse complaints, as well as for Iowans suspected of abuse. Without access to internal written communications on cases prior to 2019, it will be more difficult for DHS to spot patterns involving people currently under investigation, she said.

“It matters, for example, in whether a person can be considered a sexual predator against children, for shouting out loud,” Conlin said.

DHS officials declined to comment on the matter.

Testimonial: New software could not open encrypted emails

On Thursday, a lawyer in Conlin’s office filed an information technology worker for DHS in an attempt to find out why the emails the agency delivered during the litigation were still encrypted, showing only lines seemingly random characters.

According to Conlin, the technician said agency emails were encrypted from 2017 to 2018 using software called Virtru. The software automatically encrypted all emails, throughout the DHS system, which included one of some 120,000 predefined words suggesting that the content dealt with confidential matters, such as child abuse. The recipients of these emails have been given a code to decrypt the emails and make them readable.

In 2018, DHS changed encryption programs from Virtru to a product made by Microsoft. Microsoft software was unable to decrypt emails already processed by Virtru. Moreover, when DHS decided to ditch Virtru, it did so without retaining the ability to decrypt emails already sent and received with the software.

As a result, DHS is now unable to read thousands of emails dealing with some of the most sensitive and controversial aspects of its work. Inter-departmental emails are often among the most sought-after documents by attorneys and state investigators who are called upon to review DHS’s response to child abuse complaints. In addition to these internal emails, DHS also shared public documents with reporters using the Virtru encrypted messaging system.

According to a 2017-18 training manual for Iowans who work as court-appointed lawyers in child abuse cases, DHS’s Virtru encryption system relied on a “private key” or code. that email recipients used to read each email after being routed to a website. All of those keys have since been lost or have expired, according to the DHS technician’s testimony, meaning the emails cannot be decrypted now, even though the state had access to the Virtru software.

With the help of IT technicians, DHS would have been able to decrypt around 10% of emails processed by Virtru, but less than half of this subset of emails can be decrypted without errors that could change the direction of communications.

On Thursday, the Iowa Capital Dispatch asked DHS spokesperson Alex Carfrae how many emails from the agency were lost due to the encryption issue, what impact it had on case management of the department, whether this resulted in the loss of documents that the agency is required to keep, and what impact the loss has had on DHS’s ability to respond to Open Records Law requests, subpoenas for information and discovery requests made in a civil court.

Carfrae said answering these questions would require data recovery from the agency’s IT team and take several days.

He declined to comment on why DHS did not retain the ability to read its own emails once it decided to sever ties with Virtru.

Lawsuit Alleges False Allegation Against Marshalltown Daycare Owner

The lawsuit that led to the disclosure of the encryption problem involves Marshalltown’s Alyson Rasmussen. She alleges that in 2017, she ran a home child care service and was wrongly blamed by DHS for injuries sustained by one of the children in her care.

She alleges that the child’s mother has repeatedly told state investigators that the child appeared to have been injured at home by the family’s dog, but DHS investigators said they were suffering pressure from their superiors to find someone to blame.

DHS eventually released a formal finding of abuse by Rasmussen through the denial of intensive care. After Rasmussen appealed that finding, DHS reportedly offered to vary her findings if she signed a form agreeing not to sue the state for her actions.

Rasmussen refused, and a day before the appeal hearing, DHS changed its findings to “perpetrator unknown.” But by then, says Conlin, Rasmussen had lost his daycare business. “She loved taking care of the kids,” Conlin said. “They just ruined his life.”

Conlin said she believes DHS has an obligation to keep its records and prevent their mass destruction through encryption.

“If we can’t access the emails of the investigator communicating with his supervisor – and obviously the supervisor communicating with his supervisor – how in the world can we prove what we have to prove,” Conlin asked. “By encrypting these emails and then being unable to decrypt them, they have prevented us from having a fair chance in the courts.”

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Ciox Health breach compromises patient data from dozens of providers https://it-talk.org/ciox-health-breach-compromises-patient-data-from-dozens-of-providers/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 20:56:47 +0000 https://it-talk.org/ciox-health-breach-compromises-patient-data-from-dozens-of-providers/ Ciox Health, a healthcare data management company, is notifying patients on behalf of more than 30 supplier customers who may have seen patient data exposed in an email breach. An unauthorized user accessed the email account of a Ciox Health employee between late June and early July 2021, according to a notice posted by the […]]]>

Ciox Health, a healthcare data management company, is notifying patients on behalf of more than 30 supplier customers who may have seen patient data exposed in an email breach.

An unauthorized user accessed the email account of a Ciox Health employee between late June and early July 2021, according to a notice posted by the company.

Ciox Health’s investigation has so far failed to determine whether the unauthorized person has viewed or downloaded any emails or attachments in the compromised account, some of which contain patient information.

The company completed its review of the employee’s email account on November 2 and began notifying vendor customers of the incident on November 23. Ciox Health did not respond to a request for comment on how many patients may have data exposed in the email breach.

Ciox Health, which merged with health data company Datavant last year, handles record retrieval requests for providers, patients and third parties.

The company determined that the compromised employee’s email account contained “limited patient information” related to billing inquiries and other customer service requests. This data may include patient names, provider names, dates of birth, dates of service, health insurance information, clinical information, or social security or driver’s license numbers.

Ciox Health advises patients whose data was in the email account on behalf of 32 supplier customers, including Baptist Memorial Health Care of Memphis, Tennessee, Chicago-based Northwestern Medicine, and several facilities operated by Trinity Health, based in Livonia, in Michigan. At least one other provider not listed by Ciox Health has been affected: The Charlottesville-based University of Virginia Health System issued its own notice last month that 429 of its patients had data compromised in the breach from Ciox Health.

So far, Ciox Health has not uncovered any cases of fraud or identity theft resulting from the email breach, according to the company.

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“We believe the account access was for the purpose of sending phishing emails to people unrelated to Ciox, and not to access patient information,” Ciox Health said in a statement. “Protecting the privacy and security of information held by Ciox is of utmost importance to us, and we continue to take steps to further strengthen the security of our emails.

Healthcare entities covered by the Medicare Portability and Liability Act are required to report violations to the Civil Rights Office of the Department of Health and Human Services within 60 days of discovery. At the time of this article’s publication, the incident had not yet been published on the ministry’s violations portal.

2021 marked a new record for healthcare data breaches, according to a review of data reported to the HHS portal. From the start of the year to mid-December, healthcare providers, insurers and their business partners reported 664 data breaches, already exceeding the total for 2020.


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Morgan Stanley Agrees $ 60 Million Settlement for Compromised Personal Data | Item https://it-talk.org/morgan-stanley-agrees-60-million-settlement-for-compromised-personal-data-item/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 20:57:19 +0000 https://it-talk.org/morgan-stanley-agrees-60-million-settlement-for-compromised-personal-data-item/ The proposed settlement, filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on Friday, will allow class members to claim up to $ 10,000 each in reimbursement for direct losses and up to four hours of time. lost attested to $ 25. per hour. Each settlement member will also automatically have access […]]]>

The proposed settlement, filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on Friday, will allow class members to claim up to $ 10,000 each in reimbursement for direct losses and up to four hours of time. lost attested to $ 25. per hour. Each settlement member will also automatically have access to at least 24 months of fraud insurance.

The lost data comes from Personally Identifiable Information (PII) about approximately 15 million current and former Morgan Stanley customers that was not properly deleted from two separate IT systems in 2016 and 2019. The bank sold the existing systems along with it. unencrypted data to third parties. He was then informed by parties with access to the systems that personal customer information had not been erased prior to being sold.

The data included names, addresses, account information, social security numbers, dates of birth, credit card numbers and other personal information of customers, according to the regulations.

Morgan Stanley began advising clients of the issue in July 2020.

In October 2020, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) fined Morgan Stanley $ 60 million for its failure to maintain a proper inventory of customer data stored on the hardware when it was decommissioned in 2016; its inability to recognize the potential risks of a data breach during decommissioning; and its failure to properly assess the potential data breach risks involved in using third party contractors to perform the downgrade. Threats from third parties have been exacerbated by inadequate due diligence and oversight, the OCC noted.

The OCC order and the class action settlement noted that Morgan Stanley has taken substantial action to resolve the issue. The bank pledged to hire a third party “to continue efforts to locate and recover removed and missing IT assets,” according to the regulation. The recovery effort will continue for a full year from the date the settlement is approved by the court.

“We have previously informed all potentially affected customers of these issues, which arose several years ago, and we are delighted to resolve this related litigation,” said a Morgan Stanley spokesperson.


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Anesthesia Information Systems Market Research with Data Tracking, Emerging Trends, Opportunities and Forecasts – Industrial IT https://it-talk.org/anesthesia-information-systems-market-research-with-data-tracking-emerging-trends-opportunities-and-forecasts-industrial-it/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 17:33:15 +0000 https://it-talk.org/anesthesia-information-systems-market-research-with-data-tracking-emerging-trends-opportunities-and-forecasts-industrial-it/ The Anesthesia Information Systems Market grew at an average annual rate of around 6% during the period (2018-2020) and the market revenue was around $ 310 million in 2020. The AIMS system is essentially software that facilitates the complete maintenance and retrieval of recordings in the anesthesia department. The system is used to keep preoperative, […]]]>

The Anesthesia Information Systems Market grew at an average annual rate of around 6% during the period (2018-2020) and the market revenue was around $ 310 million in 2020. The AIMS system is essentially software that facilitates the complete maintenance and retrieval of recordings in the anesthesia department. The system is used to keep preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative information related to anesthesia and facilitate further analysis. The AIMS database in hospitals can easily interact with other EHR databases during treatment.

Research and analysis firm Datavagyanik released the updated version though its report on “Anesthesia Information Systems Market – Detailed Country Analysis, Business Opportunities and Forecast”. The updated version of the report is released with the latest data, industry trends and competitive benchmarking. The report uses analytical models to study country-level market patterns and forecasts for the next seven years.

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The research provides a comprehensive analysis of market players with coverage of the company portfolio, growth strategies, target customers, operating geography, and other updates. The study provides analysis on more than 20 market players including GE Healthcare, Becton, Dickinson and Company, Flexicare Inc, Koninklijke Kentalis, Merge Healthcare, Cerner Corporation, DOCUSYS AE, iMDsoft, Fukuda Denshi, Inc., Flexicare Medical Limited Surgical Information Systems, and others.

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SHARE OF ANESTHESIA INFORMATION SYSTEMS MARKET REVENUE BY COUNTRY, (2021)

Revenue and Market Forecast for the Period (2020-2027), by Region:

North America

Europe

  • Germany
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • UK
  • The rest of europe

Asia Pacific

  • China
  • India
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Indonesia
  • Australia
  • Rest of Asia-Pacific

Latin America

Middle East and Africa

  • Saudi Arabia
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Egypt
  • Rest of Middle East and Africa

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The report examines the distribution channel, the competitors as well as the investors working in this field. It focuses on global anesthesia information systems market trends, which helps to understand the potential market for a product while seeking to revamp the product portfolio in a relatively mature market. Geopolitical analysis is our specialty, which has enabled many of our clients to avoid a risky bet.

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Geography covered
North America [United States, Canada, Mexico]
Europe [Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Rest of Europe]
Asia Pacific [China, India, Japan, South Korea, South Asia South East, Australia, Rest of Asia-Pacific]
South America [Brazil, Argentina, Rest of Latin America]
Middle East and Africa [GCC, North Africa, South Africa, Rest of Middle East and Africa]

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  • Global India Anesthesia Information System Market Status and Prospect
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Scientists digitally “unwrap” Pharaoh Amenhotep I’s mummy for the first time https://it-talk.org/scientists-digitally-unwrap-pharaoh-amenhotep-is-mummy-for-the-first-time/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 15:41:31 +0000 https://it-talk.org/scientists-digitally-unwrap-pharaoh-amenhotep-is-mummy-for-the-first-time/ All the royal mummies found in the 19th and 20th centuries have long been open to study. With one exception: Egyptologists never had the audacity to open the mummy of Pharaoh Amenhotep I. Not because of a mythical curse, but because it is perfectly enveloped, beautifully decorated with garlands of flowers and with face and […]]]>

All the royal mummies found in the 19th and 20th centuries have long been open to study. With one exception: Egyptologists never had the audacity to open the mummy of Pharaoh Amenhotep I. Not because of a mythical curse, but because it is perfectly enveloped, beautifully decorated with garlands of flowers and with face and neck covered with exquisite and realistic face. mask encrusted with colored stones. But now, for the first time, Egyptian scientists have used three-dimensional computed tomography (computed tomography) scans to “digitally unwrap” this royal mummy and study its contents. They report their findings in Frontiers in medicine.

It was the first time in three millennia that Amenhotep’s mummy had been opened. The previous time was in the 11th century BCE, more than four centuries after its original mummification and burial. Hieroglyphics have described how, at the end of the 21st Dynasty, priests restored and re-buried royal mummies from older dynasties, to repair damage from tomb robbers.

“The fact that the mummy of Amenhotep I was never unboxed in modern times gave us a unique opportunity: not only to study how he was originally mummified and buried, but also High Priests of ‘Amon,’ said Dr Sahar Saleem, professor of radiology at Cairo University’s Faculty of Medicine and radiologist of the Egyptian Mummy Project, the study’s first author.

“By digitally unwrapping the mummy and ‘peeling off’ its virtual layers – the face mask, the bandages and the mummy itself – we could study this well-preserved pharaoh in unprecedented detail,” Saleem said.

“We show that Amenhotep I was around 35 when he died. He was about 169 cm tall, was circumcised and had good teeth. In his packaging he wore 30 amulets and a unique golden belt with gold beads.

“Amenhotep I seems to have physically resembled his father: he had a narrow chin, a small narrow nose, curly hair, and slightly protruding upper teeth. “

Saleem continued: “We have not found any injury or disfigurement due to disease to justify the cause of death, except for numerous mutilations. post mortem, presumably by grave robbers after his first burial. His entrails had been taken by the first mummifiers, but not his brain or his heart. “

The mummy of Amenhotep I (whose name means “Amon is satisfied”) was discovered in 1881 – among other reburied royal mummies – at the archaeological site of Deir el Bahari in southern Egypt. The second pharaoh of Egypt’s 18th Dynasty (after his father Ahmose I, who expelled the Hyksos invaders and reunified Egypt), Amenhotep ruled from around 1525 to 1504 BCE. It was a kind of golden age: Egypt was prosperous and secure, while the pharaoh ordered a series of religious constructions and successfully led military expeditions to Libya and northern Sudan. After his death, he and his mother Ahmose-Nefertari were worshiped as gods.

Saleem and his Egyptologist co-author Dr Zahi Hawass had previously speculated that the main intention of 11th-century restorers was to reuse royal funerary equipment for subsequent pharaohs. But here they refute their own theory.

“We show that at least for Amenhotep I, the priests of the 21st The dynasty lovingly mended the wounds inflicted by the grave robbers, restored her mummy to its former glory, and kept the magnificent jewelry and amulets in place, ”Saleem said.

Hawass and Saleem studied more than 40 royal mummies from the New Kingdom as part of the Egyptian Antiquity Ministry project launched since 2005. Twenty-two royal mummies, including that of Amenhotep I, were transferred in April 2021 to a new museum in Cairo. The mummy face of Amenhotep I with his mask was the icon of the spectacular Royal Golden Mummy Parade on March 3, 2021 in Cairo.

“We show that CT imagery can be used beneficially in anthropological and archaeological studies of mummies, including those of other civilizations, for example Peru,” concluded Saleem and Hawass.

– This press release was provided by Frontiers


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Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) Market Size, Analysis and Forecast to 2029 https://it-talk.org/automated-storage-and-retrieval-system-asrs-market-size-analysis-and-forecast-to-2029/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 13:43:24 +0000 https://it-talk.org/automated-storage-and-retrieval-system-asrs-market-size-analysis-and-forecast-to-2029/ New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Research shows that the Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) Market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) report shows […]]]>

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Research shows that the Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) Market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) report shows the likely direction of the market in the coming years along with its estimates. An in-depth study aims to understand the market price. By analyzing the competitive landscape, the report’s authors have made a brilliant effort to help readers understand the key business tactics used by large companies to keep the market sustainable.

The report comprises the profiling of nearly all of the significant players in the Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) market. The company profile section offers valuable analysis of strengths and weaknesses, business developments, recent advancements, mergers and acquisitions, expansion plans, global footprint, market presence and Product portfolios of the main market players. This information can be used by players and other market participants to maximize their profitability and streamline their business strategies. Our competitive analysis also includes key information to help new entrants identify barriers to market entry and measure the level of competitiveness in the Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) market.

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Key Players Mentioned in the Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) Market Research Report:

Daifuku Co. Ltd., SSI Schaefer Group, Murata Machinery, Knapp AG, TGW Logistics Group GmbH, Kardex Group, Swisslog Holding AG, Mecalux SA, Vanderlande Industries, System Logistics Corporation, Bastian Solution

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) Market Segmentation:

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (ASRS) Market, By Function

• Distribution
• Storage
• Assembly
• Kitting
• Order taken

Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) Market, By Type

• Average load
• Vertical lifting module
• Autostore
• Unit charge
• Mini load
• Carousel

Automated Storage and Retrieval System (ASRS) Market, By Vertical

• Health care
• Automotive
• Chemical products
• Aviation
• Food and drinks
• Others

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ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
PLANNED YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD / billion)
COVERED SEGMENTS Types, applications, end users, etc.
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• North America (United States and Canada)
• Europe (UK, Germany, France and rest of Europe)
• Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region)
• Latin America (Brazil, Mexico and the rest of Latin America)
• Middle East and Africa (GCC and rest of Middle East and Africa)

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How to Recover Deleted Text Messages on Android and iPhone https://it-talk.org/how-to-recover-deleted-text-messages-on-android-and-iphone/ Tue, 28 Dec 2021 14:21:32 +0000 https://it-talk.org/how-to-recover-deleted-text-messages-on-android-and-iphone/ Recovering deleted text messages is not a simple task, but can be possible if you have proper backups in place from the start. Many advertised software claim to get the data deleted, but few do. The best option will always be backups. Backup systems can range from Google Drive, iCloud, Carrier company cloud to specific […]]]>

Recovering deleted text messages is not a simple task, but can be possible if you have proper backups in place from the start. Many advertised software claim to get the data deleted, but few do. The best option will always be backups.

Backup systems can range from Google Drive, iCloud, Carrier company cloud to specific phone company cloud storage.

How to recover deleted text messages from backups:

Carrier Safeguards

Major carriers like Verizon and AT&T provide cloud backup storage to their users.

Restoring Verizon Content

Tons of people use Verizon cloud backup. You can use the free contact-only backup or have a storage plan. If you do, you can restore text messaging content to the phone.

  1. From the Home screen, press the Apps icon.
  2. If an apps icon isn’t showing on your device, swipe up or down from a home screen to access all apps
  3. Select the Verizon Cloud Icon
  4. Select the the navigation menu top left icon
  5. Press the settings top right icon
  6. To select Tools
  7. To select Content restorationContent restoration
  8. To select one of the multimedia options and click on Restore top right
  9. Select the 90 days or 3 months option and select OK

Note: Messages and call logs cannot be backed up or restored on iOS devices

AT&T Message backup and synchronization

AT&T has its own AT&T messaging application, including backup and synchronization of AT&T messages. To download messages stored in the AT&T cloud from AT&T message backup and sync, follow these steps:

  1. To select Settings
  2. Go to Backup and synchronization of AT&T messages
  3. Synchronize messages to your smartphone.

This message backup only works for certain Android devices. This process will not work on IOS.

Check your Android phone’s Sim storage

SIM cards contain very little memory, but contain some messages. There is no guarantee that the exact deleted message you are looking for will be there, but it’s worth it.

  1. To select Settings on your device
  2. Go to applications
  3. To select system settings
  4. Go to your messaging app
  5. Go to additional parameters find sim storage

Restore from Google Drive for Android

We suggest that you always back up your entire device to Google Drive. If you lose any messages or anything else, everything can be restored in one fell swoop. Trying to restore specifically would need a third party app using Google Drive backup backup as storage.

Follow the steps below to restore the backup completely:

  1. Return to factory settings the device
  2. Login on Google
  3. Accept the terms and conditions from google
  4. An option will appear regarding Backup to restore
  5. Select your backup fileSelect backup
  6. You will be able to check the items to restore
  7. To select Restore

Restore from ICloud for Ios

  1. Return to factory settings the device first
  2. When the phone starts to set up your information after the reset
  3. To select Restore from iCloud backup when you access apps and dataRestore from an iCloud backup
  4. Enter your Apple ID, which you used to back up to iCloud
  5. Enter password
  6. A list will appear; choose the one with the last backup dateChoose backup
  7. Restore should start
  8. After the restore is complete, the iPhone will restart.

Can you recover deleted social media messages?

There are many videos in the media regarding recovering deleted messages for Instagram, Snapchat, WhatsApp. Most of them suggest full profile data downloads and archiving processes. Please understand that these things will not work. Archives hide inbox messages and data downloads will give you full profile data without deleted data.

If you only deleted the specific message for yourself, the recipient will still have a copy. If the message is deleted from everyone, you will not get it back.

Do we need to save social media?

The best way to backup Facebook is to download all your Facebook data from Facebook and keep it safe, preferably in cloud drives. You can view the content through a browser or HTML viewers, except WhatsApp, where you can save the chats in the app itself.

How to protect your text messages in the future?

Have backup sources configured early

The best way to make sure you don’t lose your message or any files in the future is to back them up right from the start. The best method has to be the Google option for Android and iCloud for IOS. These cloud options offer free storage, and you can purchase more if needed.

Google Drive backup

Google Drive is a cloud storage service that can be accessed anywhere, as long as you have the correct credentials. The good thing is that you can store files here; therefore, backups can be configured here. Let’s learn how to do it:

For android

  1. Go to the “settings“menu of your device
  2. Scroll down and select Google
  3. To select BackupBackup
  4. Click it activate backup (this will help google to backup your device in future automatically via wifi)
  5. Select “backup now“.Save now

Note: The specific steps may vary by device model, but the main thing is the same.

For IOS

  1. Connect to the App Store
  2. Search and Download “Google Drive”
  3. Open the app and sign in with a google account.
  4. Once connected, press the menu button on the left side.
  5. Click on the settings and press To safeguard.Backup to ios
  6. There are options to choose what you want to backup, toggle which ones you want to backup.
  7. Click on allow access.Allow user access

Cloud backup on Android and IOS

There are different cloud backups available for different phones. For example: Xiaomi offers Mi Cloud with 5 GB of free storage, so backing up messages, logs and important items will not be a problem.

Likewise, you get a drive like cloud backup service for Samsung devices with 5GB of free storage. Companies have different configuration systems for their cloud.

The general step is to check the settings and find your phone and sync accounts or phone account. There will most likely be an option to join their cloud.

You can backup your essentials for Apple phones which use IOS through iCloud.

ICloud backup

  1. Connect your iPhone to Wifi
  2. Go to Settings and press iCloud
  3. To select ICloud backup
  4. To select Save nowSave now to icloud
  5. Please stay logged in until the process is complete. You should see the date and time of your BackupBackup when the process is complete.

Use third-party app backups (last resort)

There are many third-party apps that back up your device for you. If you regularly make backups with your google clouds or your transport companies or iClouds etc., these backups may not be necessary.

You can try any of the options below; one of them will surely work on your device:

Recommended for androids

  1. MOBILedit
  2. SMS backup and restore
  3. Super backup and restore
  4. Syncdroid
  5. Moborobo
  6. Save right

Recommended for IOS

  1. Tenorshare iCareFone
  2. incredible

Where do deleted messages go?

Once you choose the delete option for any type of file on your phone, the file is allocated to be overwritten which means that new files are stored in the device, they will overwrite the old files as you thought. have deleted. These files may be restored until they are overwritten.


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Will decentralized storage protocols overtake the cloud storage market? https://it-talk.org/will-decentralized-storage-protocols-overtake-the-cloud-storage-market/ Sun, 26 Dec 2021 23:08:00 +0000 https://it-talk.org/will-decentralized-storage-protocols-overtake-the-cloud-storage-market/ According to IDC’s “Global Enterprise Infrastructure Quarterly Tracker: Buyer and Cloud Deployment” report, the global cloud storage market is expected to reach more than $ 100 billion between 2020 and 2025. Although centralized cloud storage solutions are the dominant cloud storage technology, they have many drawbacks. Frequent data leaks, server failures, centralized operational control and […]]]>

According to IDC’s “Global Enterprise Infrastructure Quarterly Tracker: Buyer and Cloud Deployment” report, the global cloud storage market is expected to reach more than $ 100 billion between 2020 and 2025.

Although centralized cloud storage solutions are the dominant cloud storage technology, they have many drawbacks.

Frequent data leaks, server failures, centralized operational control and hacking incidents have caused more and more developers to think about how to store data in a safe, stable and inexpensive way.

The development of blockchain technology offers a new opportunity for decentralized storage services.

What is the decentralized storage protocol?

Based on blockchain technology, decentralized storage protocols introduce an incentive system into its ecosystem with a tokenomic model to achieve distributed and piecewise data storage on multiple network nodes.

There are two broad categories of decentralized storage protocols.

One uses storage as arithmetic power, and users exploit it by providing space on the hard drive. This consensus mechanism is compared to Bitcoin-type projects, and the representative project is Siacoin.

The other is storage as a service, providing adequate storage as arithmetic power – the user completes the data storage service for mining. Representative projects are Filecoin, Arweave and BitTorrent.

Why are decentralized storage protocols needed?

Reliability

The blockchain is a simple digital ledger of transactions that is replicated and distributed across the network of computer systems. Relying on the blockchain, a cloud storage protocol has the characteristics of decentralization and encrypted storage, and it builds a reliable and decentralized data storage mechanism.

In the decentralized storage protocol, all data blocks are checked. Workers must verify all deposited data, modified to prevent data tampering.

Distributed storage technology systems perform load balancing and prevent traffic from concentrating in one location, reducing the speed of data storage and retrieval. As they store multiple copies of the original data in various places, users do not experience any data loss even if a machine crashes or stops working.

Security

For security reasons, each copy of data is encrypted, cut and stored with several redundancies in the nodes of the network. Only the private key can get the data, decrypt it and display it with digital currency. And since the data is stored in a decentralized manner, any intruder trying to hack these storage nodes will only get part of the data, not the entire data file.

Scalability

The number of decentralized storage nodes is infinitely scalable and each node can flexibly adjust the storage capacity and quality according to its resources.

Justice

With the emergence of millions of decentralized nodes, the market will be more competitive and open. Powerful centralized storage providers cannot control the cost of data storage, which will allow fairer pricing for the entire storage services market and favor nodes to improve the quality of storage services.

Comparison of four decentralized storage protocol projects and data performance

Decentralized storage protocols are an effective addition to cloud storage. In the age of Web 3.0, where data security and ownership of user data are more critical, its reliability, security, scalability, and fair pricing will continue to attract more businesses, especially companies from blockchain.

Footprint Analytics summarizes a side-by-side comparison using Arweave, Filecoin, BitTorrent, and Siacoin as project representatives.

Comparison of decentralized storage protocols
Comparison of decentralized storage protocols

According to Footprint Analytics, the token market capitalization performance of the above four projects is as follows:

  • Filecoin still holds the leading position in decentralized storage protocols.
  • Arweave, which became the data storage protocol for the Solana blockchain in August, has seen its token price rise rapidly and its market capitalization is comparable to that of the BitTorrent BTT token.
  • Siacoin, on the other hand, was a mediocre performer, unable to make a breakthrough.
  • In general, the development of decentralized storage protocols is still relatively slow.
Footprint analysis: Filecoin ranks first in decentralized storage protocols
Footprint analysis: Filecoin ranks first in decentralized storage protocols

Summary

Decentralized storage protocols are an effective addition to cloud storage. In the age of Web 3.0, where data security and ownership of user data is more important, its reliability, security, scalability, and fair pricing will continue to attract more businesses, especially companies from blockchain.

The curtain of the Web 3.0 revolution has just opened and the popularity of decentralized storage has yet to be sustained in terms of infrastructure, funding, talent and social consensus.

Most decentralized storage protocols are still in the concept formation or development stage, and national policies will influence the development of the industry as well. Based on different national policies and market consensus, centralized storage platforms will continue to be the primary storage method for a period of time.

Disclaimer: The contents of this article represent the opinions of Footprint and are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute investment advice.

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