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NetworkNewsBreaks – Ceylon Graphite Corp. (TSX.V: CYL) (OTC: CYLYF) (FSE: CCY) Planning Private Placement of Units to International ConsortiumNetworkNewsBreaks – Ceylon Graphite Corp. (TSX.V: CYL) (OTC: CYLYF) (FSE: CCY) Planning Private Placement of Units to International Consortium
Aug 6, 2020

NetworkNewsBreaks – Ceylon Graphite Corp. (TSX.V: CYL) (OTC: CYLYF) (FSE: CCY) Planning Private Placement of Units to International Consortium

Ceylon Graphite (TSX.V: CYL) (OTC: CYLYF) (FSE: CCY), a graphite mining company, plans to complete a nonbrokered private placement of units to a consortium of four international investors; the private placement could reach gross proceeds of up to $6,000,000. According to the announcement, once the offering is complete, the consortium will own approximately 55% of […]

BioMedNewsBreaks – DarioHealth (NASDAQ: DRIO) Announces Plans to Release Q2 Financials, Provide Company UpdateBioMedNewsBreaks – DarioHealth (NASDAQ: DRIO) Announces Plans to Release Q2 Financials, Provide Company Update
Aug 6, 2020

BioMedNewsBreaks – DarioHealth (NASDAQ: DRIO) Announces Plans to Release Q2 Financials, Provide Company Update

DarioHealth (NASDAQ: DRIO), a pioneer in the global digital-therapeutics market, will release its second-quarter earnings on June 30, 2020, as well as host a 9 a.m. ET conference call and webcast on the same day. Hosted by CEO Erez Raphael, president and North America general manager Rick Anderson, and CFO Zvi Ben-David, the call will include a […]

Trxade Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: MEDS) Continues to Report Revenue Successes Despite Pandemic’s Economic RavagesTrxade Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: MEDS) Continues to Report Revenue Successes Despite Pandemic’s Economic Ravages
Aug 6, 2020

Trxade Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: MEDS) Continues to Report Revenue Successes Despite Pandemic’s Economic Ravages

Trxade Group provides a digitalized supply stream for pharmaceutical and health care services as part of its founding focus on empowering small, independent pharmacies that historically have struggled to compete against large corporate chains The company reported second quarter results July 27 that showed its revenues had grown 244 percent to a record $6.6 million […]

Avoiding the 17a-4 Quagmire - AdvisorVault's Guide for Small FINRA FirmsAvoiding the 17a-4 Quagmire - AdvisorVault's Guide for Small FINRA Firms
Aug 6, 2020

Avoiding the 17a-4 Quagmire - AdvisorVault's Guide for Small FINRA Firms

AdvisorVault, today's experts on solving the data archiving demands of SEC rule 17a-4, announces new guidelines for small FINRA firms. By Allan Lonz, President - AdvisorVaultNEW YORK - Aug. 6, 2020 - PRLog -- I've been saying for years that data compliance is a necessary evil, and money spent trying to appease regulators does nothing for the bottom line and surely adds nothing to "operational efficiencies". Also, firms can go years without ever being audited, but worse, when it does happen, no one knows what to expect when the regulator shows up. Sadly, it's a crapshoot for compliance officers when they're eventually asked to reproduce a sample set of electronic records from up to seven years back - which may not even be reviewed at all.Also, I've been lecturing firms that they must constantly seek ways to keep data compliance costs as low as possible yet keep regulators happy. This is no easy task given all the confusion today, however, the best start is to understand the basics about SEC rule 17a-4. This doesn't mean downloading and reading the whole 65-page document with its dozens of updates and amendments but, instead, understanding how to choose the most efficient technology while passing the electronic records request – the test a regulator will do during the audit where they'll ask for a sample data set from the archive, whatever that may be.Lots of Questions, Few Answers:Now, I know – likely more than anyone today - that small firms don't have the money to pay in-house compliance or tech staff so they have to figure it out themselves. At the same time new questions are coming up all the time, for instance: What kind of hard drive is needed to store data? Is the cloud 17a-4 compliant? Can everyone in the company simply store all their files in Dropbox? How about OneDrive? Is data in the cloud indexed? What about Office 365 or Gmail? Do they archive emails for 17a-4? If a small firm moved its office virtual, who does the disaster recovery? Does the cloud provider have to give them their business continuity planning procedure or is there another third-party add-on? Do FINRA firms even have to archive data in the cloud?Unfortunately, there are few answers readily available, and FINRA is no help in this area; they are far behind, as they don't have the in-house expertise to guide members in "best practice for electronic records retention," yet they're the first ones through the door handing out fines. Further, their on-site auditors aren't up to date either: they still tell firms they must use worm disk for data storage. Where, in reality, that was changed in 2003 when rule 17a-4 was amended by the SEC to allow the use of software to retain data, independent of hard disk. Essentially this means vendors of 17a-4 can archive data simply by allowing a specified expiry or retention period to block record deletion or alteration within their software programming. Then, after the expiry is reached or the retention period has lapsed, data can be deleted from the archive, thereby freeing space for reuse. A win-win for everyone, otherwise there will be piles of useless worm disks wasting space and money. Yet few firms are aware of this.The Basics of 17a-4:Nonetheless, despite all this confusion, there are a few basic things I've learned over the years about 17a-4 that I want to share that will explain how to keep costs low as possible yet reduce the risk.First, when it comes to data security, there is no mystery in proving to FINRA that you're keeping hackers off your system. It's a simple matter of applying proper permissions and strong password policies to anything accessed from outside such as VPN connections, servers, and cloud systems. For example, making sure there's a single user with admin permissions only and the password for this user is complex with frequent changes will keep regulators happy, no need to call in James Bond. Also, there's this confusion among FINRA firms that putting data in the cloud automatically makes it non-compliant, that's not true – in fact, FINRA has now migrated all their systems to the cloud themselves.The reality is FINRA doesn't care where data is stored. Their only concern is that it's properly retained, which means: (1) a designated third party makes secondary copies of this data, (2), retains it for seven years in its original format, and (3) can reproduce this data if requested - the three essentials of rule 17a-4.  AdvisorVault customers are moving to the cloud all the time and keeping compliant. They are going with Office 365, with OneDrive, Google Drive or Dropbox, then we simply plugs into whatever they choose and transfers it over to its 17a-4 compliant system, therefore acting as its customers D3P at the same time.Another big mistake I notice is firms thinking they need to archive everything or risk failing the audit. Again, rule 17a-4 is vague on this by saying firms must retain all communications including books and records, which leaves lots of interpretation these days; meanwhile, vendors take advantage of this confusion, trying to inflate their bottom line by selling archiving products that aren't needed. It's essentially a scare tactic. For instance, there's this crazy idea going around that all social media used by reps must be archived such as Twitter posts, Facebook and LinkedIn pages; essentially it's believed that every website a rep decides to put their smiley face on should be backed up. It's not the case. You can simply avoid this quagmire by creating an IT communication policy that clearly outlines what compliance is allowing people to communicate with, then just say it's only going to be email – and Bob's your uncle.Finally, when small FINRA firms are trying to keep data compliance costs as low as possible to avoid those nasty fines, there must be seamless checks in place to make sure no gaps appear as the firm grows. For example, when a new employee is added, any files that they create will automatically be captured in the 17a-4 archive, this applies to their email as well. Incidentally, the best way to accomplish this is using the cloud because archiving software can automatically detect new sites, folders, or email accounts within cloud services:  another great reason incidentally to move your office to the cloud since this option isn't available with in-house email or file storage systems.About AdvisorVault:AdvisorVault is the only designated third party focusing on solving the data archiving demands of SEC rule 17a-4. Our service is designed specifically for small firms that need one vendor to help them satisfy today's demands surrounding data archiving and supervision. We have created a centralized archiving option that captures data and emails no matter where they are stored - in-house or in the cloud: total peace of mind - out of the box.AdvisorVault Contact:Allan Lonz, Presidentalonz@advisorvault.orgwww.advisorvault.orgDirect: 416-985-0310Toll-free: 1-866-732-1407 ex 1ContactAllan Lonz***@advisorvault.orgRead Full Story - Avoiding the 17a-4 Quagmire - AdvisorVault's Guide for Small FINRA Firms | More news from this sourcePress release distribution by PRLog

Global Pass | three major territory, the global block chain star seaGlobal Pass | three major territory, the global block chain star sea
Aug 6, 2020

Global Pass | three major territory, the global block chain star sea

payment, is the underlying operational logic of blockchain commerce and finance in real applications. without payment, there is no commerce and finance. leaving commerce and finance, payment will also become an isolated island of information, limiting its value, and it is difficult to harvest the huge wealth of blockchain tuyere. Universal pass card GOT, the realization of the era including Alipay, WeChat, UnionPay, Visa and other payment functions, the perfect solution to the problem of digital money can not be offline consumption, truly achieve the digital currency of the world, the whole society, all aspects, all channels of consensus recognition, so that digital money into a full range of landing applications. GOT universal card to pay as the starting point, ecological integration as the interface, open [finance, business, trading] three major territory block chain 4.0 new era.  Economic models —— financial, commercial, tradingFinancial section ——GOT Foundation GOT officially issued a certificate of equity for universal access, linking traditional finance to encrypted finance by GOT the digital capital management foundation to benefit the world bank's investment users from the blockchain circuit in the traditional financial secondary market by securitizing encrypted currencies to traditional financial assets, including the dow jones 30, s & p 500, nasdaq 100 and gold, silver and brent crude commodity futures. At the same time, the GOT is also the value-added certificate of universal pass, is the GOT foundation in the traditional financial and encrypted financial secondary market operation of smooth and rapid profit proof, the price of pass card with the foundation profits and achieve a steady appreciation;  Commercial Section —— Universal Pass Free Trade Zone Free Trade Area: Through the creation of the Global Free Trade Area, any user can open a shop in the Global Trade Area to become a cross-border e-commerce shop owner, combined with the digital card economy, through C2C transactions, point-to-point sales of goods to global members; Free trade zone features: universal access card users can spend less money, free to enjoy the quality of goods from global members; Model of free trade zone mechanism: consumer distribution —— universal card members in the free trade zone to GOC card consumption, consumer card return, daily through consumption continue to issue; FTA Trade Rules: Guarantee payment, universal card members in the free trade zone consumption, the consumption of GOC frozen by the platform, received the merchant shipping and click to confirm the receipt of goods, merchant members can obtain payment.   Free game —— secondary market The GOT Foundation is born an aristocrat, performing the functions of the three major innovative giants in the block chain industry, the Australian Stock Exchange +abra+ the grayscale fund. Through the GOT Foundation, the digital card securitization is used, and the epoch-making digital payment technology of point-to-point borderless currency exchange is used to break through the natural barriers of traditional finance and encrypted monetary finance; At that time, GOT will launch the world's top ten digital currency exchanges and traditional stock exchanges, allowing global investors to trade GOT certificates in currency and French currency in the secondary market of encrypted and traditional finance.  Block chain 4.0 times ten thousand coins Universal Pass three major territory: finance, business, trading. Through the "global payment chain" ecological construction of the financial sector, to open up the encrypted assets and the national legal and monetary assets of non-barrier exchange, truly realize the link between the encrypted currency and the real world consumer finance, so that the circulation of value, so that the currency more scattered; Through the ecological construction of the GOT foundation "card securitization ", connecting the encrypted finance and the traditional finance, making the value flow more smoothly, GOT card as the only requirement for the global user to participate in the GOT fund, will form a huge card base of card lock; Under the double regulation of the fund lock-in with the diversification + the currency holding address, the GOT circulation volume continues to shrink and the supply exceeds the supply. With the help of the deflation model design of the commercial sector, the GOT value will rise and the market value will grow steadily, bringing hundreds or even tens of thousands of times the return to investors.   The new era of Universal Pass has begun, let's wait and see.

Attorney Anuj Shah Reveals Essential Checklist If You Fall Into Legal Trouble As An Immigrant – Houston, TX.Attorney Anuj Shah Reveals Essential Checklist If You Fall Into Legal Trouble As An Immigrant – Houston, TX.
Aug 6, 2020

Attorney Anuj Shah Reveals Essential Checklist If You Fall Into Legal Trouble As An Immigrant – Houston, TX.

Top-rated immigration attorney Anuj Shah, founding partner at the Law Office of Anuj A. Shah P.C. in Houston, TX, revealed an essential list of steps that immigrants in legal trouble should take. For more information please visit http://shah-law.com

Top-Rated Lawyer Anne VanderBroek Reveals Damaging Misconceptions Surrounding Bankruptcy That Hold People Back – Spring Lake, MITop-Rated Lawyer Anne VanderBroek Reveals Damaging Misconceptions Surrounding Bankruptcy That Hold People Back – Spring Lake, MI
Aug 6, 2020

Top-Rated Lawyer Anne VanderBroek Reveals Damaging Misconceptions Surrounding Bankruptcy That Hold People Back – Spring Lake, MI

Bankruptcy attorney Anne M. VanderBroek, founder of VanderBroek Law in Spring Lake, MI, outlines the leading misconceptions that people have about bankruptcy that keep them stuck where they are financially. For more information please visit https://vanderbroeklaw.com

Coya Expands Sales Network And Opens Its Platform For Comparison PortalsCoya Expands Sales Network And Opens Its Platform For Comparison Portals
Aug 6, 2020

Coya Expands Sales Network And Opens Its Platform For Comparison Portals

The German insurance startup Coya now wants to make its insurance accessible via comparison portals. The company had invested a lot in its infrastructure, IT and process optimization in the past year. The ambitious Insurtech is now opening its platform for digital insurance intermediaries.

Equine-Assisted Therapy and Its Benefits in Today’s SocietyEquine-Assisted Therapy and Its Benefits in Today’s Society
Aug 6, 2020

Equine-Assisted Therapy and Its Benefits in Today’s Society

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Vitamia Expands Lineup of Kangen Water Purification SystemsVitamia Expands Lineup of Kangen Water Purification Systems
Aug 6, 2020

Vitamia Expands Lineup of Kangen Water Purification Systems

Provides safe, clean and healthy water for home and work

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