Bitt Helping People To Avoid Scams


BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Bitt, Inc. – a leading Bitcoin exchange and provider of Blockchain related products and services – has published the following article aimed at helping people avoid scams related to Bitcoin – a popular crypto-currency:

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Cyber Security Must Be Priority Number One

GUEST POST – Deon Olton, Caribbean Cyber Security Center

Bridgetown Barbados:—  Caribbean Cyber Security Center.
The penetration of internet access in the Caribbean region has undoubtedly paved the way for greater access to the information superhighway and the benefits of competing on the global stage. However, with this access comes great responsibility and risk and we will soon learn that ignorance is no excuse and what we don’t know can and will hurt us.

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Mary Meeker’s 2017 Internet Trends Report Is Out

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers partner Mary Meeker’s 2017 Internet Trends report was delivered at Code Conference in California today. Described by TechCrunch as “the state of the union for the technology industry,” her report is one of the most anticipated, annual presentations on Internet trends.

Insights from her report may help shape future product and service offerings and can easily impact governments, businesses and individuals across the world (including the Caribbean).

If you read only one annual report on Internet trends, this is the report for you. The 2017 slide deck weighs in a a hefty 355 pages. I waded through all of the them and added emphasis where I felt it was needed (in ALL CAPS and/or bold).

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British Airways Flights Resume from Tuesday

British Airways said that full service will resume from Tuesday (May 30). This follows the cancellation of all flights on May 27 as a result of an I.T. systems crash. The crash was blamed on a power supply issue.

Our IT systems are now back up and running and we will be operating a full flight schedule at Heathrow and Gatwick

These cancellations would have negatively affected the businesses of several Caribbean islands that British Airways flies into.

Source: British Airways, The Register