Things do need to be better, and we need to talk about the role of Government in that. Let's talk about how it really works, so we can discuss how we can do it better.
The things that need to be better are technical in nature, and guide research priorities that are outright not being addressed at present. The winning submissions to Pwn2Own 2016 provided unprecedented insight into the state of the art in software exploitation.
(approved Licensed Master Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Social Worker continuing education credits) Accounting for Non-Accountants This workshop provides an introduction to basic accounting principles for employees who are not accountants but must deal with managing funds, budgeting, spreadsheet analyses, or other financial matters.
Topics include the analyses of accounting; mathematics; spreadsheets; budgeting; planning; reporting; and managerial and financial controls.
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