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VCS-323 Administration of Veritas Backup Exec 16

Exam Title : Veritas Certified Specialist (VCS) - Backup Exec
Exam ID : VCS-323
Exam Duration : 105 mins
Questions in test : 80-90
Passing Score : 69%
Exam Center : Pearson VUE
Real Questions : Veritas Backup Exec Administration Real Questions
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Architecture, Installation, and Concepts
- Describe the components, features, and architecture of Backup Exec.
- Describe the requirements and procedure for licensing, installing, updating, and upgrading Backup Exec and Backup Exec agents/options.
- Describe how to configure application defaults and analyze the effects of the settings.

Managing Devices, Media, and Backup Exec Servers
- Describe how to configure and manage Backup Exec devices and storage pools.
- Describe how to manage backup sets and media rotation that use media sets.
- Describe how to manage backup sets and media retention that use Data Lifecycle Management (DLM).
- Explain how to perform device and media operations and storage operation jobs.
- Describe media catalog concepts, functionality, and implementation.

Protecting Data
- Describe the backup methods, settings, logon accounts, stages, multi-server backup capabilities, and schedules supported by Backup Exec.
- Describe how to protect computers using Simplified Disaster Recovery and convert to virtual options in Backup Exec.
- Describe how to enable backup data encryption and manage the keys.

Restoring Data
- Describe different restore methods and the options available to restore data from backups.
- Describe how media catalogs are used in restore operations.
- Describe how to recover systems using Simplified Disaster Recovery (SDR) or traditional backups.
- Given a scenario, describe how to restore data from multiple backup sets.

Maintenance Tasks
- Describe how to monitor Backup Exec activity using the Job Monitor and other views.
- Describe how to manage Backup Exec alerts, errorhandling rules, notifications, and applying updates.
- Describe the function and maintenance of the Backup Exec database including the Database Encryption Key.
- Describe how to troubleshoot Backup Exec using the available tools.

Backup Exec Agents and Advanced User Options
- Describe how to configure the components of Backup Exec Enterprise Server Option (ESO).
- Describe the function, uses, and administration of the NDMP (Network Data Management Protocol), and Deduplication options as well as the Backup Exec Command Line Interface.
- Describe how to protect remote servers using the appropriate Agents and Options.
- Describe the general, GRT, and Instant Recovery functions of Backup Exec database agents and virtualization agents.

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With the continuous growth of unstructured data in the business environment, taking decisions to archive and delete content of business or legal value is a challenge. You can simplify data management decisions by categorizing and organizing data based on classification policies.

If your company has the Veritas Information Classifier service enabled, the service can apply classification tags to Enterprise Vault.cloud's incoming emails that match the enabled policies in the Veritas Information Classifier. Advanced eDiscovery users can then search for the emails that are tagged with the classification tags, during investigations and eDiscovery.

Administrators with the classification administrator role can access the Veritas Information Classifier from Archive Administration, to enable the policies that your organization wants to use. Each policy specifies the conditions that an email must meet to be assigned one or more related classification tags. The built-in policies address many of the regulatory requirements and corporate standards for which you may want to classify emails.

For example, you can help meet privacy regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), through the policies that detect personally identifiable information. The Personally Identifiable Information (PII) policies look for content like credit card numbers, email addresses, dates of birth, passport numbers, and driver's license numbers. When an email that is incoming to Enterprise Vault.cloud matches the criteria for the policy, the associated PII classification tag is assigned in the email header. Advanced eDiscovery reviewers can search for emails with the assigned PII tag. In this way, classification can help to reduce the number of emails to review as part of meeting your organization's regulatory requirements.

For information on how to configure classification policies and classification tags, see the help that is provided with the Veritas Information Classifier.

For information on working with the emails that contain classification tags, see the Advanced eDiscovery User Guide.

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Killexams : NetBackup™ SaaS Protection Administrator's Guide

The event logs of NetBackup SaaS Protection are displayed on the following pages of the Administration portal.

Table: Events logs



All activities performed by the Administrator and the privileged users on the Administration portal are displayed on this page. The page lists the events with its time of occurrence, user, event type, and details.


All system-related activities such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII) detection, indexing, and retention errors are displayed on this page.

All data retrieval activities performed by end users, including external users are displayed on the page.


All sharing activities performed by end users, whether internally or externally are displayed on the page.

The option on each page lets you export the list of event logs to a CSV format.

The option on each page lets you perform an advanced search for the required event. It opens the page within the main page. On the set the required search criteria based on time range, Stor type, Discovery case, or user.

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Killexams : History: A Search for Relevance in the 21st Century

By Philip Afaha Protocol I bring you warm compliments from the staff and students of the Department of History and Diplomatic Studies, University of Abuja, and I want to thank the organizers of this event for inviting me to this great university.

The Veritas University is truly a bastion of scholarship. Your pedigree is known to history, yours, unlike other fledgling private universities in Nigeria, is grounded on an enviable catholic tradition.

History has it that the colonial authority was not too enthusiastic about education of her Nigerian colonies. Through a series of manipulations involving refusal of financial assistance or denial of approval to open a new school, the colonial administration ensured that education was provided in such a dosage that it would not bring about the end of colonialism.

It was in response to this scenario that the catholic mission, alongside other Christian missions, embarked on establishment of schools to fill the vacuum created by the British colonial policy on education. To historians, when the Veritas Catholic University came on board about a decade ago, there was a strong expectation that it will be a flagship of a non-governmental university in Nigeria.

I ‘am happy to observe that the dream citadel of scholarship in Abuja has been achieved. I want to sincerely congratulate the management, staff and students of this beautiful university for keeping your heads high. The greatest challenge of any history teacher is not teaching history itself but in articulating its relevance. It is in explaining its importance and convincing an audience or students who are struggling to situate themselves in an old story that occurred long before they were born that is the real meat of history as a branch of knowledge.

Thus when I got the invitation from the students historical society of Nigeria of this university to speak on the search for the relevance of history, I was choked with double feelings; the first was the excitement to communicate history as usual, and second feeling was a disturbing inner challenge to convince a young audience to keep learning an old craft. The question as to what makes history relevant in the 21st century is akin to one staring at a mirror and asking himself his own name. When I was a university student, I struggled to come to terms as to why I was offering History as a major. I would have loved to read law, accountancy, engineering or any other courses that promised instant job in the oil companies of the 90s but I was stuck with History.

I entertained queries after queries of “what will you do with History?”. I endured the sarcasms of my friends and relations over my choice of discipline throughout my university days. If you have experience such trauma ever since you arrived at this university, I have good news for you; enduring sarcasms is a first ritual of becoming a historian, and it is that which will provoke the best in you after your studies. By the time I returned from my national service I became one of the few to land a dream job with UACN, then the biggest conglomerate in Africa.

I have landed several other jobs ever since because I posses a rare skill – the skill of a historian. I tell this story because I suspect that the thrust of my presentation, History: A Search For Relevance In The 21st Century, may have been provoked by the kind of inner trauma I called the ritual of becoming a historian. However, when you are able to walk through those psychological bashings, you become mentally toughened to be the best and dominate your intellectual space.

You probe with pride, analyze and exercise command over logic and letters, and you become a respected member of the human society, you become their voice – that`s the audacity of history. A history degree doesn’t narrow your opportunities after graduation. Instead, the history major opens a world of possibilities for your future.

Federal government data show the variety of exciting career paths you can penetrate with your degree in history; currently we have the chief of army staff, the comptroller general of immigration, a Director of the central bank, a deputy inspector general of police, the comptroller of prison services, top diplomats and bureaucrats, prominent legislators, school administrators, and most recently the Director general of NYSC who possess the same history certificates you are here to pursue. I also have numerous of history graduates plying their trade in banks, international organizations, the media, multinational firms and in private businesses. With their hindsight of the past and capacity for critical thinking, historians are making waves all over the world and employers are increasingly searching for those who are trained to understand trends, who can reconstruct thoughts, who can relate current scenario with the past, and who can adequately capture in writing their daily experiences.

The closest illustration of this fact is when you walk in to any bank in Abuja, you observe that majority of the workforce neither read banking nor accounting. A history graduate is far ahead of others both in cognitive ability and analyzing capacity. The very discipline of history and study of history activates the hippocampus – the brain compartment responsible for processing memory and intelligence. Meaning Before we delve into its relevance, I will pretend you have forgotten the definition of history and as expected of every teacher, I will scramble a reminder here. History is the art and science of memory and memory is the wine of human knowledge. It facilitates memory and teaches people to remember, and to think critically.

We believe that history is central to knowledge as nothing is worth knowing if it cannot be remembered. History prides itself as the fulcrum on which basic knowledge evolves., and as the sayings go “History is about everything and everything is about history; “History orientates man, locates him in time and space” it asks questions about things done by man in time and space; it is rational, provides answers based on evidence and links the past with the present and the future. The most common definition of history and perhaps the one loved most by students is E H Carr submission that history is a continuous dialogue between the historian and his facts,… and between the present and the past. Mankind must therefore confront and accept the past in order to create a present and a future for itself.

The centrality of history in practical life cannot be overdramatized, as “All Knowledge is history”. That explains the study of history of everything, including man`s search for God. We cannot completely know God without history; every religion is anchored on history and faith. That is why the Holy Bible begins with Genesis- which is the history of creation and the relationship between God and man. Thus we have History of Religion, History of Science and Technology, Constitutional History; History of Volcanic eruptions and other human disasters; History of ideas, History of Philosophy and, of course, History of History. History is society`s collective memory, but sometimes, as Wole Soyinka puts it while criticizing those who expunged history from Nigerian school curriculum; “history is a burden and that is why most people avoid it”.

To Soyinka, the successive Nigerian leaders would not accommodate the revealing nature of history due to their despicable conducts while in power. He quipped angrily that “those who expunged such a discipline from our school should be expunged from history altogether.”(I disagree with the distinguished laureate here. History doesn’t discriminate). Nevertheless, such angst appear to rhyme with that of American philosopher George Santayana who submitted that “a country without memory is a country of madmen”. I hope, Mr. Vice Chancellor, you are making conscious effort to write down the history of Veritas University. I bet you`ve got a wonderful history to tell. Limitations However, it must be admitted that history has its limitations. It doesn’t offer a utopia for knowledge as some people would believe.

The paramount limitation of history becomes clearer when the very processes of historical reconstruction is appraised. Indeed, the historians’ task is as daunting as a puzzle. Unlike the scientist who can experiment directly with tangible objects, the historian is most times removed from the events under his investigation, and his facts are as contained in surviving records, and a large chunk of events were not recorded at all, and most records are either inaccessible or have been destroyed. Indeed, Gottschalk aptly summarized this lacuna when he remarked; “Only a part of what was observed in the past was remembered by those who observed it; only a part of what was remembered was recorded; only a part of what was recorded has survived; only a part of what has survived has come to the historian`s attention; only a part of what has come to their attention is credible; only a part of what is credible has been grasped; and only a part of what has been grasped can be expounded or narrated by the historian…..Before the past is set forth by the historian, it is likely to have gone through eight separate steps at each of which some of it has been lost; and there is no ensure that what remains is the most important, the largest, the most valuable, the most representative, or the most enduring part.” Apart from the above shortcoming, the historian himself is a factor in the equation. Not only is the historian fallible and capable of error, but personal biases, political beliefs, economic status, religious persuasion, and idiosyncrasies can subtly and unconsciously influence the way historical sources are interpreted. Nevertheless, We don’t have to know much history to recognize that truly horrible events occurred in the past; we must therefore assume that there will be more horrors in the future unless we develop ways to prevent them.

Studying past horrors is perhaps the first step towards preventing future recurrences, because we can begin searching for effective means of prevention and mitigation. History offers us much encouragement in thinking that serious efforts to safeguard the future world from nightmares can be very worthwhile even if not a hundred percent effective. If we cannot completely prevent a disaster, perhaps we can deploy our lessons of history to reduce its likelihood and also the pain it causes. History is change, or a study of changes. It is a significant change in the related interconnectedness of the past, present and future. However, change in history is not only in magnitude e.g. wars, depression, and drought, but also in the weight of influence on the future. Thus if we agree that the future is a product of change(s), then it follows that history, the study of changes, is relevant to the 21st century. Relevance Now permit me to tell a little familiar story before I go into the relevance of history in the 21st century.

We enjoy history more when it is cast as stories. One of the fallouts of the 2019 general elections that have caught the nation gasping has been the debate of who a Nigerian citizen is. There are stories of a man from Sudan which has served an excellent comic relief all over the social media. Another, and indeed the ones that has found its way to the elections tribunal is the counter-petitions over Mohammadu Buhari`s school certificate and Atiku Abubakar`s claim to being a Nigerian citizen. The petitions questions the duo`s eligibility to contest for the office of the president as the electoral act stipulates the qualification for such office to include among other extremely simple and laughable things as citizenship by birth and a school testimonial. The twin saga has exposed Nigeria`s fault lines, which, like the incubus, has weighed down the country since the Europeans left. These fault lines manifested in the lost and found drama over Mr. president`s certificate which can be attributed to Nigeria`s poor records and data management on one hand, and the apparent ahistorical disposition of the 1999 constitution on the sensitive question of citizenship.

These fault lines could have been resolved if Nigeria paid attention to history. While history teaches us to safely keep and manage our records for future use, it also teaches us to always factor in the events of the past in maneuvering the present and the future. The current hullaballoo reveals that the writer of the 1999 constitution were ignorant of the 1961 plebiscite in the British Cameroun that automatically conveys on people like Atiku Abubakar Nigerian citizens by birth. It is sad that the highest judges and policy makers in the land are drifting into history amnesia; they have to be reminded of legal precedence by the public. When I was invited to speak on these issues by several media stations I had submitted for the umpteenth time that the nation is in dire need of her history if she is to swim through this murky period of her existence.

As a country we`ve been groping in the dark; we can’t power our homes and industries, we can’t provide water for our basic needs, we can’t construct roads to drive on, we can’t run an airline as a country, we can’t employ our graduates, we can’t count ourselves but depend on others for our population figures, we can’t defend, feed or even rule ourselves.

This list of our shortcomings and weaknesses as a country is overwhelming and we can only get around these issues if we start asking ourselves where we got it wrong, and how we can leverage on history to reclaim our glorious past. This realization puts pressure on the 21st century historians to do beyond research and writing, but to seek how to engage in shaping the present and the future. The days of docility are over. Historians can no longer sit back to reconstruct ancient history but to engage more in a dynamic world.

This mindset, apart from the imperative to make the discipline of history more marketable in the dark era when history was jettisoned by the Nigerian government, was responsible for the change in nomenclature and curriculum in most universities in Nigeria. Thus you have History and international relations in Veritas University, and History and Diplomatic Studies in my University of Abuja. It must be noted that international relations or Diplomacy component are not new strands of history,(they have always been there), but the rebranding was geared to re-emphasize the relevance of the discipline of history to the Nigerian audience and in the international system.

The real world is experiencing torrents of rapidly changing events and historians can no longer afford to think outside or behind the theatre, but within it in order to fully understand the new system that is evolving. A fortnight ago we facilitated the visitation of the President of the UN General Assembly, Maria Fernandez Espinosa to my university. During the interactive session history students distinguished themselves with deep and penetrating questions to the astonishment of the diplomat.

A 300 level history student Brenda Etta, dazed the diplomat by demanding to know any global initiative to rescue the boy child especially in a country like Nigeria where, unlike the girl-child interventions, are most traumatized and degraded as almajiris, child soldiers, school drop-outs and street hawkers. It was admitted by the top diplomat that if not for anything, her observation has deepened the conversation on gender mainstreaming. That visit of the ranking world leader and her interaction with history students is a loud validation of the relevance of history. Ranke and other positivist theorists argue that “the historian needs not only mere standard knowledge of how people do behave in different situation, but also a conception of how they ought to behave”.

Historians, in the 21st century must not only chronicle but are critical of societies in which they live; indeed, they are gadflies, questioning morality and ethical values of the people; they shake and bite them hard in order to electrify them from their moral decadence and slumber. The 21st century historians, especially Nigerian historians must, and always, not only reconstruct but question the status quo for a greater and deeper understanding of existing conditions in order to attain a better tomorrow. For example, G.M. Trevelyan, the historian found that during one practical examination at Oxford University, a candidate was requested to answer just two questions: “What is the Hebrew for the place of skull” and “Who founded the University College?”.

On pronouncing ‘Golgotha’ and ‘King Alfred’, he was declared a graduate of Hebrew and History. This criticism brought to the public domain the charade of exams at Oxford and Cambridge!, it was the strident voice of historians that brought about reforms in Cambridge and Oxford, and today, the two institutions are better off as sanctuaries of knowledge. The 21st century is an increasingly fluid, interconnected, and complex world. Science and technology allows for 24/7 access to information (including histories), constant social interaction, and easily created and shared digital content. It is the century of fast internet and computers, massive data and globalization.

The quantum of data available in the 21st century is overwhelming, and this leaves the craft of history with a herculean challenge of processing and objective interpretation. But how relevant is history and its study in this dynamic century?, the answer is simple; for us to really understand the fast changes we are seeing today and interpret them, we need to establish the interconnectivities between the receding past, the present and the rapidly emerging future. In both science and technology, every new invention or innovation is built on past inventions and theories, new developments are built on old ones, and new super structures are but improvements of the old ones. Apart from leveraging on memory to Boost or upgrade human experiences, History gives us insight into what can happen in the future. It can help us predict outcomes on current events, define our identities, deliver us a better understanding of different cultures, understand change, combat ignorance, open doors, and inform our work experiences.

There`s no occupation that doesn’t deploy history for its sophistication. No physician treats without a medical history, no jury passes judgment without a history of a case, no engineer or scientist sets to work without the spur of past theory or experiment, no responsible government (except those in Africa) initiates a policy or programme without first consulting her history or at least rely on the historical experiences of other countries. There`s no gainsaying the fact that most of the clatter and fury of the 21st century could be resolved if humankind listens to its history and if it is deployed to guide the conduct of governance. History is not only relevant in the 21st century; this century can’t survive without history.

Mr Vice Chancellor, staff and distinguished students, I want to conclude by stating the obvious; history is not just the fulcrum, indeed, there is no knowledge without history. Thank you. * Being the full text of a Public Lecture delivered by Dr. Philip Afaha, Head, Department of History and Diplomatic Studies, University of Abuja, at the Multi-Purpose Hall, The Veritas University, Abuja recently

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Killexams : Veritas Capital Announces Strategic Investment in Epiq Solutions


Veritas Capital (“Veritas”), a leading technology and government investment firm, today announced that The Veritas Capital Vantage Fund, L.P. (“Vantage Fund”) has made a strategic investment in Epiq Solutions, a leading provider of software defined radio and turnkey radio frequency (“RF”) solutions for governments and enterprises. Epiq Solutions is now a portfolio company of the Vantage Fund, which targets opportunities in the middle market. Co-founders John Orlando, Aaron Madsen, and Michael Shogren will continue to lead the company and will retain a significant ownership position. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Founded in 2009, Epiq Solutions provides small form factor, SWaP-C (size, weight, power and cost) optimized software defined radio and turnkey RF solutions for mission-critical military and commercial embedded computing applications. The company offers a portfolio of commercial-off-the-shelf hardware and differentiated software solutions that leverage open-architecture standards, allowing government and enterprise customers to rapidly insert technology and accelerate modernization efforts.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Veritas, a premier technology investor with decades of experience, to accelerate our growth,” said John Orlando, CEO of Epiq Solutions. “Veritas’ deep network, expertise investing at the intersection of technology and government, and collaborative approach will support our continued investment in product advancement and our rapid expansion into new markets. We look forward to delivering enhanced, best-in-class technology and powerful, mission-critical solutions to an expanded set of customers in the years to come.”

“Epiq’s contemporary, market-leading open architecture solutions and unwavering commitment to its customers have positioned it at the forefront of the industry,” said Hugh Evans, a Managing Partner of Veritas Capital. “With strong customer traction, the company is well positioned to meet its customers’ diverse and evolving needs and scale its national platform amid strong industry tailwinds. We look forward to partnering with John and the talented team to support the company’s continued growth, both organically and through targeted acquisitions.”

Latham & Watkins served as legal counsel to Veritas. Raymond James served as financial advisor to Epiq Solutions and Miles & Stockbridge served as legal counsel.

About Veritas Capital

Veritas is a longstanding technology investor with a focus on companies operating at the intersection of technology and government. The firm invests in companies that provide critical products, software, and services, primarily technology and technology-enabled solutions, to government and commercial customers worldwide. Veritas seeks to create value by strategically transforming the companies in which it invests through organic and inorganic means. Leveraging technology to make a positive impact across vitally important areas, such as national security, healthcare, and education, is core to Veritas. We are proud stewards of national assets, protecting our nation and allies, improving the quality of healthcare while reducing cost, and advancing our educational system.

The Vantage Fund is a $1.8 billion fund targeting opportunities in the middle market. The Vantage Fund seeks to leverage the integrated platform, unique capabilities and demonstrated intellectual property of Veritas. For more information, visit www.veritascapital.com.

About Epiq Solutions

Epiq Solutions develops cutting edge RF tools that provide situational awareness and detailed insight into RF environments. With more than a decade serving governments and enterprises, and thousands of devices fielded, Epiq Solutions understands speed, cost, and performance for mission-critical applications. Epiq’s radically small, state-of-the-art software defined radio solutions and turnkey RF tools lead the way in minimizing size, weight, and power consumption. For more information, visit www.epiqsolutions.com.

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Killexams : Veritas Technologies Named a Leader in the 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions for the 17th Time No result found, try new keyword!Veritas Technologies, a leader in multi-cloud data management, today announced it has been named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions for the 17 ... Wed, 03 Aug 2022 03:15:00 -0500 https://finance.dailyherald.com/dailyherald/article/bizwire-2022-8-3-veritas-technologies-named-a-leader-in-the-2022-gartner-magic-quadrant-for-enterprise-backup-and-recovery-software-solutions-for-the-17th-time Killexams : BUREAU VERITAS : Bureau Veritas acquires AMSfashion, an expert in sustainability, quality and conformity services for the fashion industry



Neuilly-sur-Seine, France – July 28, 2022

Bureau Veritas acquires AMSfashion, an expert in sustainability, quality and conformity services for the fashion industry

The acquisition strengthens Bureau Veritas’ position as a market leader in sustainability services in Europe

Bureau Veritas, a world leader in testing, inspection and certification, announced the acquisition of AMSfashion. The company is an expert in sustainability, quality and conformity services for the fashion industry, including organic/vegan content verification and durability testing.

AMSfashion, an AMSlab business unit, offers advanced analytical solutions for the textile and footwear sectors, and extensive experience in cosmetics analysis. It supports brands and suppliers of all sizes to verify the quality and conformity of products and materials against customer and regulatory requirements. This contributes to a reduction in claims, penalties, product recalls, customs blockages and shipment delays.
The company employs 50 people and generated revenue of approximately €3 million in 2021.

AMSlab was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Lugo (Galicia, Spain).

The acquisition strengthens the Group’s presence in Iberia, a key hub for the expansion of its Consumer Products Services business, supporting the continuing growth in near shoring from South Europe and Africa. This also enables Bureau Veritas to support European retailers and brands looking to Boost their supply chain reliability and resilience.

Didier Michaud-Daniel, Chief Executive Officer of Bureau Veritas, commented:

This acquisition perfectly illustrates some of the objectives of our 2025 Strategy to increase scale and growth in attractive and strategic services and geographies. Safety, sustainability and supply chain reliability are now key drivers for the fashion industry. Bureau Veritas, as an independent and expert third party, has an important role to play: by bringing transparency, we help protect our clients’ brands and reputation. AMSfashion’s expertise will enable us to reinforce our position in the growing market for sustainable fashion testing and advisory services, especially in Europe. We are delighted to welcome the AMSfashion team to Bureau Veritas.”

Manuel Lolo, Founder of AMSlab, stated:

As long-term partners of Bureau Veritas, we look forward to expanding our capabilities and client services by leveraging the Group’s extensive geographic footprint and global leadership position with brands and retailers. We are proud of our advanced analytical and sustainable services, which we now share with Bureau Veritas worldwide. Through our combined expertise, we can offer the fashion industry an unparalleled value proposition.”

About Bureau Veritas
Bureau Veritas is a world leader in laboratory testing, inspection and certification services. Created in 1828, the Group has more than 80,000 employees located in nearly 1,600 offices and laboratories around the globe. Bureau Veritas helps its 400,000 clients Boost their performance by offering services and innovative solutions in order to ensure that their assets, products, infrastructure and processes meet standards and regulations in terms of quality, health and safety, environmental protection and social responsibility.
Bureau Veritas is listed on Euronext Paris and belongs to the CAC 40 ESG, CAC Next 20 and SBF 120 indices.
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Killexams : Judge says Erie postmaster can sue Project Veritas for libel over mail-in ballot claims

Editor's note: This article has been updated to include a comment from Project Veritas.

The Erie postmaster wrongly accused of backdating mail-in ballots in the 2020 presidential election can continue his legal effort to clear his name and collect damages in court.

The postmaster, Robert Weisenbach, can proceed with his libel lawsuit against Project Veritas, the conservative activist news organization that reported the unproven claims against him in November 2020 — claims that drew Erie into the national frenzy over the results of the presidential race and Donald Trump's attempt to overturn his defeat.

Erie County Judge Marshall Piccinini has ruled against the preliminary objections of Project Veritas and the other two defendants, allowing Weisenbach's suit to advance to the next stage, the evidence-gathering process known as a discovery, which includes depositions.

Piccinini ruled against Project Veritas; its founder, James O'Keefe; and Richard Hopkins, the now former postal employee who was the source of the claims against Weisenbach.

Project Veritas and the other defendants wanted the lawsuit tossed, claiming that the First Amendment protected Project Veritas' reports on Weisenbach. The defendants are contending, among other things, that the reports constituted opinion rather than fact.

Weisenbach in April 2021 sued Project Veritas, O'Keefe and Hopkins, who characterized Weisenbach as part of an anti-Trump plot to tamper with the mail-in ballots and throw the presidential election to Joe Biden. Weisenbach filed an amended civil complaint in August.

A trial or other resolution is still a long way off, but Piccinini in his ruling said that Weisenbach's claims, at this early point in the case, are "legally sufficient" for the suit to move forward in Erie County Common Pleas Court. He said Weisenbach's claims included adequate information to allege that the defendants acted with real malice, a key element for a plaintiff to prove in libel suits.

Claims and counterclaims:Free speech or libel? Erie postmaster, Project Veritas face off in court over election claims

"Whether Weisenbach will be able to offer adequate evidence to support his claims, and whether a jury would ultimately be willing to credit such evidence after hearing both sides of the story, remains to be seen," Piccinini said in a 58-page opinion filed on Friday.

"For now, it is enough to hold that the averments set forth in the Amended Complaint are sufficient as a matter of law to permit the action to proceed to discovery, where the truth of these claims can begin to be tested in the crucible of our adversarial system."

Piccinini also ruled that the proper jurisdiction of the case is Erie County Common Pleas Court. Hopkins wanted the case against him moved to federal court because he was a federal employee when he made the allegations against Weisenbach, his boss at the Erie General Mail Facility at 2108 E. 38th St. during the election on Nov. 3, 2020.

Constitutional questions

Piccinini based his ruling on court filings and arguments he heard at a three-hour hearing on Jan. 21. Among the defendants' main arguments was that the Project Veritas reports could not be considered defamatory under the First Amendment. Piccinini disagreed.

'The constitutional deck is not all stacked to one side," Piccinini said in his ruling.

He said court decisions — including the landmark 1964 U.S. Supreme Court case of New York Times Co. v. Sullivan, which set precedent for libel suits — "strike a careful balance between the standards of journalistic integrity that a pluralistic society dedicated to a free exchange of ideas must tolerate, and that which it need not. Weisenbach sufficiently avers that this case falls within the latter category."

Going to court:Erie postmaster files lawsuit against mail carrier, Project Veritas over ballot fraud claims

Project Veritas said it is confident it will prevail in the case in the end.

"This is a common procedural ruling, allowing Weisenbach to test his alleged and imagined claims," the press secretary for Project Veritas, R.C. Maxwell, said in a statement. "The ruling does not address the substantive merits of the suit and the judge cautioned that the 'difficulty may come in eventually proving subjective knowledge of falsity or probable falsity by clear and convincing evidence.'

"We welcome the opportunity to show, once again, that Project Veritas was well within its First Amendment rights in reporting this story to the American public and did so ethically. We will win. It will just take longer than it should have. In defamation suits waged against Project Veritas, we remain undefeated."

Weisenbach's legal team includes David Houck, of Pittsburgh, and lawyers with United to Protect Democracy Inc., a New York-based nonprofit that focuses on "advocacy efforts to confront threats to our democracy," according to its website. United to Protect Democracy is part of a group known as Protect Democracy, whose Law for Truth project is helping to pursue the lawsuit against Project Veritas and the other defendants.

"The court’s decision is a victory for Mr. Weisenbach, our system of government, and, more broadly, democracy itself," Protect Democracy said in a statement. "Deliberate lies — and especially lies about elections — undermine government and the functioning of our democracy. They also often inflict grievous harm on victims who've done nothing wrong."

Protect Democracy said it and the legal team "look forward to ensuring that Mr. Weisenbach and his family are made whole for the harm and suffering caused by defendants' lies."

Project Veritas said it is confident it will prevail in the case in the end.

"This is a common procedural ruling, allowing Weisenbach to test his alleged and imagined claims," the press secretary for Project Veritas, R.C. Maxwell, said in a statement. "The ruling does not address the substantive merits of the suit and the judge cautioned that the 'difficulty may come in eventually proving subjective knowledge of falsity or probable falsity by clear and convincing evidence.'

"We welcome the opportunity to show, once again, that Project Veritas was well within its First Amendment rights in reporting this story to the American public and did so ethically. We will win. It will just take longer than it should have. In defamation suits waged against Project Veritas, we remain undefeated."

Claims of a 'whistleblower'

Hopkins first appeared on Project Veritas' reports as an anonymous source on Nov. 5, 2020. He alleged to O'Keefe that on Nov. 4, 2020, he had heard Weisenbach and another supervisor discussing the backdating of mail-in ballots that arrived after Election Day, Nov, 3, 2020. With Democrats favoring the use of mail-in ballots over Republicans, the allegation was that the backdating had aided Biden over Trump.

Project Veritas, with offices in Westchester County, New York, circulated the claims on its social media platforms, dubbing Hopkins a "whistleblower." Hopkins' claims went viral as Trump and his supporters insisted the election was rigged against him.

Hopkins, still anonymous, also told O'Keefe on Nov. 5, 2020, that Weisenbach wanted the ballots backdated because Weisenbach is "a Trump hater" — an allegation that Weisenbach said is false. He said he voted for Trump, according to the lawsuit.

Mail-in ballots are sorted at the Erie County Courthouse on Nov. 4, 2020, the day after the presidential election. Officials found no evidence that mail-in ballots were backdated in Erie County, as Project Veritas alleged through a postal worker.

Initial claims:Conservative group claims mishandled ballots in Erie

On Nov. 6, 2020, the day after the first Project Veritas story ran, an unknown man confronted Weisenbach at his residence, according to the lawsuit. The man left after Millcreek Township police got involved, but Weisenbach and his wife were forced to temporarily abandon their home and take up refuge at a hotel two hours from Erie following the confrontation, according to the lawsuit.

Erie County Judge Marshall Piccinini ruled that a defamation lawsuit against the conservative media outlet Project Veritas can proceed.

Also on Nov. 6, 2020, investigators with the Postal Service's Office of Inspector General interviewed Weisenbach, Hopkins and others. A summary of their report, issued on Feb. 26, said Hopkins recanted his initial allegations. The investigators said Hopkins stated "he had not heard a conversation about ballots at all — rather he saw the Postmaster and Supervisor having a discussion and assumed it was about fraudulent ballot backdating."

USPS probe:Postal Service investigators: No evidence of mail ballot fraud in Erie

After his Nov. 6, 2020, interview with the Postal Service investigators, Hopkins revealed his identity in a new Project Veritas report and defended his claims. After another interview with the Postal Service investigators, on Nov. 9, 2020, he told Project Veritas in a Nov. 11, 2020, report that the investigators intimidated him and that he stood by his original account.

More investigation:Only 2 ballots that arrived late and had Nov. 3 postmark came from Erie postal facility

A day earlier, Nov. 10, 2020, Hopkins posted a video on YouTube declaring that, despite the news reports otherwise, "I did not recant my statements." Trump that day retweeted Hopkins' video and, on a Twitter post, called Hopkins a "brave patriot."

The Postal Service placed Hopkins on unpaid leave on Nov. 10, 2020, saying that "your actions may have placed employees and yourself as well as the reputation of the Postal Service in harm's way," according to a letter to Hopkins that was included in Weisenbach's lawsuit.

Hopkins resigned his job in April 2021, one of his lawyers said after the Jan. 21 hearing before Piccinini.

Weisenbach responds:Erie postmaster calls claims of mishandled ballots '100% false'

'Provably false accusations'

Among the arguments of Weisenbach's lawyers is that Hopkins' allegations appealed to Project Veritas because they fit the organization's "preconceived narrative" — its belief that the election was manipulated against Trump through the mishandling of mail-in ballots.

In reviewing Weisenbach's claims that Project Veritas published false information about him, Piccinini in his ruling discussed Hopkins' allegation that Weisebach was a "Trump hater."

Jan, 6 hearings and the election:OnPolitics: Steven Bannon's contempt trial begins after defying House Jan. 6 committee

Weisenbach, Piccinini said, had sufficiently made a claim that such a statement is a "factual assertion" that Weisenbach contends is "simply untrue." Piccinini referred to September 2020 photos included in the amended lawsuit that showed Weisenbach holding a "Trump: Make America Great Again" flag and another of him wearing a "Trump 2020" face mask, "evincing the provable falsity of Weisenbach's supposed animosity toward President Trump," Piccinini said in his ruling.

"By and large," he also said, "the defamatory statements alleged in the Amended Complaint do not consist of editorial commentary concerning supposed mail fraud at the Erie General Mail Facility or opinion as to the courageousness of the whistleblower, but provably false accusations levied against Weisenbach that he personally directed that mail-in ballots ... be backdated ... and that he did so because he was a 'Trump hater.'"

Contact Ed Palattella at epalattella@timesnews.com. Follow him on Twitter @ETNpalattella.

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Killexams : Next Edge Capital Corp. Launches the Veritas Next Edge Premium Yield Fund

TORONTO, June 27, 2022 /CNW/ - Next Edge Capital Corp. ("Next Edge Capital") is pleased to announce the launch of the Veritas Next Edge Premium Yield Fund (the "Fund") in conjunction with Veritas Investment Research Corporation and Veritas Asset Management Inc.

The Fund, via Veritas Asset Management Inc., leverages the award-winning, independent, and in-depth research of Veritas Investment Research Corporation to formulate a diversified portfolio of predominately Canadian equities with a bias towards yield, and capital preservation. The Fund also utilizes a covered option overlay to generate additional yield and further mitigate downside exposure and adverse price movements.

The Fund offers investors an attractive distribution of 5%1 per annum, with the opportunity for capital appreciation while mitigating risk. Distributions will be paid out monthly1 and derived from dividend income from equity holdings in addition to a covered option writing strategy on the Fund's portfolio. The Fund's portfolio will consist of a diversified selection of 30-50 equity positions that are equally weighted and rebalanced quarterly. The Fund is offered as a mutual fund via a simplified prospectus and is available to all investors.

"In a challenging fixed income and equity market environment, investors are constantly seeking opportunities for returns while not taking undue risk. We believe this Fund offers such a solution. I have known the team at Veritas for approximately two decades, and I am very excited to be partnered with them on this product. For well over a decade, investors have continued to place an exorbitant and growing amount of capital into products with no bearing towards investment fundamentals, value, and rationale. The timing could not be better for a Fund which does the opposite. Credibility, integrity, and a constant search for the truth from the facts via their forensic accounting-based approach to equity research are some of the many qualities that we value strongly in the Veritas team and our partnership", mentioned Rob Anton, President of Next Edge Capital.

"I think we have found the right partner to complement our stock-picking expertise in a portfolio that offers enhanced yield and defensive capital appreciation", said Anthony Scilipoti, President & CEO of the Veritas Group of Companies. "When we founded Veritas Asset Management, our vision was to capitalize on the expertise and the over 20-year track record of the analyst team at Veritas Investment Research. I am excited about this opportunity".

About Next Edge Capital

Next Edge Capital Corp. is an investment fund manager and a leader in the structuring and distribution of alternative, private credit, and value-added fund products in Canada. The firm is led by an experienced management team that has launched numerous investment solutions in a variety of product structures and has been responsible for raising over $3 billion of alternative assets since 20002. Next Edge Capital specializes and focuses on providing unique, non-correlated pooled investment vehicles to the Canadian marketplace.

Further information can be found at www.nextedgecapital.com.

About Veritas

Veritas Investment Research Corporation (VIR) was founded in October of 2000 as an independent employee-owned equity research firm based on forensic-accounting principles. Veritas Asset Management Inc. (VAM) was founded in February of 2016 and is an independent employee-owned research-driven investment manager. VAM was founded on the belief that superior research leads to better investment decisions. VAM sources its investment ideas from VIR. VAM is the sub-advisor to the Veritas Next Edge Premium Yield Fund.

Further information can be found at https://veritascorp.com and https://veritasfunds.com.


1 Yield will be derived from dividends from portfolio holdings in addition to covered option writing and the monthly distribution will be at a variable rate tied to each month's realized gains/yield per Class of applicable Units of the Fund and which may be greater to or less than the targeted annual yield of 5% per annum.
2 Please note that over CAD $2 billion of the CAD $3 billion of alternative assets raised relates to assets that were raised at a previous firm(s).

SOURCE Next Edge Capital Corp


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Killexams : Axonius Appoints Tom Kennedy as Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems

Kennedy to continue scaling Axonius Federal Systems, building on its 152% year-over-year growth in 2021

NEW YORK, July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Axonius, the leader in cybersecurity asset management and SaaS management, today announced it has appointed Tom Kennedy as its Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems LLC, the company's government-focused subsidiary. As vice president, Kennedy will be responsible for building on the program's growth, expanding the impact and reach of the Axonius platform within the federal marketplace.

Axonius is a leader in cybersecurity asset management and SaaS management. Learn more at axonius.com (PRNewsfoto/Axonius)

Tom Kennedy named Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems, Axonius' government-focused subsidiary.

Prior to joining Axonius, Kennedy was Vice President of Public Sector at Rubrik, where he helped to accelerate the company's federal sector growth. He previously served as Vice President and General Manager, Public Sector at Veritas, where he led the company's federal, state and local, education, and healthcare divisions. He held several leadership roles at Symantec before they spun off Veritas.

"Tom has extensive experience in public markets, and he understands fully and completely the numerous cybersecurity challenges currently facing federal agencies," said Dean Sysman, CEO and Co-founder of Axonius. "By combining his background with the simple, but comprehensive approach of the Axonius platform, more government agencies will come to understand the important role cybersecurity asset management plays in strengthening our nation's cybersecurity through enhanced visibility into assets and issues."

In May 2021, the Biden administration issued Executive Order 14028, Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity, which directs decisive action to Boost the Federal Government's cybersecurity capabilities. Included in that EO is a mandate that all government agencies understand their assets and corresponding relationship to security policy expectations. Axonius enables agencies to meet this expectation by providing organizations with a complete and accurate asset inventory, helping them to discover security coverage gaps and then enabling them to take steps to automate and enforce security policies.

"I've long held the belief that accurate asset management is foundational to any cybersecurity program," said Tom Kennedy, Vice President of Axonius Federal Systems. "You simply can't secure what you can't see, and Axonius eliminates that challenge. I joined the company because I believe in the platform, and I know that by helping government agencies gain visibility into their assets and security gaps, we can deliver them confidence in their ability to comply with regulations and keep their agencies secure."

Since the formation of Axonius Federal Systems LLC, the 4.0-f version of the Axonius Cybersecurity Asset Management solution has been certified by the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) as having passed Common Criteria validation. As a result, government agencies that require NIAP validation from vendors can now leverage Axonius to reduce cyber risk and gain asset visibility across their environments. To learn more about Axonius Federal Systems, visit the website.

About Axonius

Axonius gives customers the confidence to control complexity by mitigating threats, navigating risk, automating response actions, and informing business-level strategy. With solutions for both cyber asset attack surface management (CAASM) and SaaS management, Axonius is deployed in minutes and integrates with hundreds of data sources to provide a comprehensive asset inventory, uncover gaps, and automatically validate and enforce policies. Cited as one of the fastest-growing cybersecurity startups, with accolades from CNBC, Forbes, and Fortune, Axonius covers millions of assets, including devices and cloud assets, user accounts, and SaaS applications, for customers around the world. For more, visit Axonius.com.

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Killexams : Reply to B.L. King-Kallimanis et al

We thank King-Kallimanis et al1 for their comments regarding our accurate publication2 and for providing the opportunity to clarify some points about the Veteran Symptom Assessment System (VSAS).

King-Kallimanis et al1 raise two main concerns regarding our publication describing the initial 5-year experience of implementing VSAS: (1) a wide variation in time between cancer diagnosis and first VSAS measurement and (2) certain subset analyses may not be representative of a larger cohort. When viewed from a different perspective, the perceived limitations can be considered as assets.

VSAS was not implemented as part of a research study, rather within the framework of a learning health system, whereby data in real-world settings are retrieved from the electronic health records and analyzed to Boost quality of care. Unlike many other publications focused on patients with a certain cancer diagnosis or at a certain period in their cancer journey, our data are obtained from unselected patients seen in hematology-oncology clinics in the Veterans Administration (VA), including patients with premalignant or benign conditions. Patients seen in surgical or radiation oncology clinics were not included because these clinics had not implemented VSAS. Although we attempted to identify all patients with cancer using International Classification of Diseases codes-9 or -10 codes and by using the VA Cancer Registry System (VACRS), inaccurate documentation or lags in reporting in the VACRS could have resulted in underestimation of the number of patients with cancer included in this cohort. This cohort was heterogeneous, but importantly, it represents the types of patients seen across the United States in most hematology-oncology practices. As oncologists ponder the applicability of patient-reported outcome (PRO) data in their clinics, they should be confident that the cohort we described represents the types of patients they care for.

As noted by King-Kallimanis et al,1 the median time between cancer diagnosis and initial VSAS measurement shortens with each year of implementation, which is a type of chronological bias inherent in implementation projects. To explain this further, in the early years of VSAS implementation, the interval of time between diagnosis and first VSAS score was variable because established patients were added to the cohort. These patients represented the prevalence population. In later years, as newly diagnosed patients were added to the cohort, the interval of time between diagnosis and first VSAS score was shorter, and this group was representative of patients in an incidence population. Rather than viewing this as a limitation, we propose that this should be expected as PRO measures are implemented in hematology-oncology clinics.

King-Kallimanis et al1 suggested that the wide range of time between cancer diagnosis and initial VSAS assessment is concerning, but we view this variation as a common occurrence for patients who are diagnosed and/or initially treated in surgical or radiation oncology clinics or for patients who are initially diagnosed and treated for cancer that ultimately relapses years later. Again, we view our results as representative of the clinical care outside the confines of a research study where patients are carefully selected to report PROs within defined windows.

We performed various exploratory subgroup analyses, and we acknowledge that the results obtained could be affected by selection criteria, as suggested by King-Kallimanis et al.1 Of the 2,422 patients in this cohort with cancer diagnosis and history data obtained from the VACRS, 387 (16%) had metastatic cancer, of whom 202 (8%) were included in the survival analysis of patients with stage IV cancer who had VSAS measured within 6 months of their cancer diagnosis. King-Kallimanis et al1 suggest that this small demo is not representative because most patients with cancer are diagnosed at a later stage; however, this assumption is incorrect. On the basis of VACRS data from 2010, between 4.8% and 38% of patients with prostate, colorectal, and lung cancer were diagnosed with stage IV disease in the VA,2,3 indicating that, in fact, the majority of Veterans diagnosed with cancer have earlier stage and potentially curable cancer. Regardless, the selection of this small subcohort was performed by design to increase the internal validity of the analysis, reduce immortal time bias, and focus on patients who are most similar to those described in other PRO publications.

In short, we agree with King-Kallimanis et al1 about the importance of PRO from patients with cancer but diverge regarding the usefulness of heterogeneous real-world data. PRO measures are increasingly being implemented within electronic health records, moving away from the controlled environment of a research study. Analyzing real-world PRO data and evaluating the experience of PRO implementation are needed to translate the benefits of PRO measurement into routine oncology practice.

Published by American Society of Clinical Oncology

This is an US Government work. There are no restrictions on its use.


Supported by the VA National Oncology Program Office and with resources and the use of facilities at VA SLC Health Care System, Salt Lake City, UT, and the Durham VA Healthcare System, Durham, NC.

The following represents disclosure information provided by authors of this manuscript. All relationships are considered compensated unless otherwise noted. Relationships are self-held unless noted. I = Immediate Family Member, Inst = My Institution. Relationships may not relate to the subject matter of this manuscript. For more information about ASCO's conflict of interest policy, please refer to www.asco.org/rwc or ascopubs.org/cci/author-center.

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Daphne R. Friedman

Stock and Other Ownership Interests: Biogen, CVS Health Corp (CVS), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), United Health Group, Zoetis Inc

Research Funding: Loxo/Lilly (Inst), Oncopeptides (Inst), TG Therapeutics (Inst)

Ahmad S. Halwani

Research Funding: Bristol Myers Squibb (Inst), Kyowa Hakko Kirin (Inst), Roche/Genentech (Inst), AbbVie/Genentech (Inst), AbbVie (Inst), Immune Design (Inst), miRagen (Inst), Amgen (Inst), Seattle Genetics (Inst), Genentech (Inst), Takeda (Inst), Pharmacyclics (Inst), Bayer (Inst)

Travel, Accommodations, Expenses: Pharmacyclics, AbbVie, Seattle Genetics, Immune Design

Michael J. Kelley

Research Funding: Novartis (Inst), AstraZeneca (Inst), Bristol Myers Squibb (Inst), Regeneron (Inst), Genentech (Inst)

Other Relationship: IBM (Inst)

Open Payments Link: https://openpaymentsdata.cms.gov/physician/827136

No other potential conflicts of interest were reported.

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