New York Jets defensive end Jason Babin 58 celeb

first_imgNew York Jets defensive end Jason Babin (58) celebrates after sacking Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) It was reported Monday the team had tried out Babin and Matt Shaughnessy.A veteran of 12 NFL seasons, Babin joins the Cardinals with 64.5 career sacks on his resume. He notched two last season with the New York Jets, and in 2013 tallied 7.5 with the Jacksonville Jaguars. The 35-year-old has also played for the Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles and Tennessee Titans. He also appeared in two games with the Baltimore Ravens this season, though he did not record a statistic.The Cardinals expected to be without Redding, who dealt with a high ankle sprain during the season and left the team’s Week 17 loss to the Seahawks with a similar injury. Since then, head coach Bruce Arians expressed doubt as to whether or not he would be able to return in time for Saturday’s game, or if at all the rest of the postseason. The veteran finished this season with five combined tackles, two fumble recoveries and one interception.Losing Okafor, however, comes as a surprise. The 24-year-old has not had the kind of season he did last season, when he led the team with eight sacks, but has been solid as both a pass rusher and against the run. In 13 games this season, he produced 39 combined tackles, two sacks and one fumble recovery. 0 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The Arizona Cardinals have been forced to tweak their roster ahead of their Divisional Round playoff matchup with the Green Bay Packers.The team announced Tuesday it had signed linebacker Jason Babin and elevated linebacker Gabe Martin from the practice squad to the active roster. They are replacing defensive tackle Cory Redding, who was placed on injured reserve with an an ankle injury, and linebacker Alex Okafor, who was placed on the non-football injury list with a toe injury.center_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Along with those moves, the Cardinals also announced they have signed linebacker Quayshawn Nealy to the practice squad. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

Desjardins says rogue employee caused data breach for 29 million members of

first_img More Email Frédéric Tomesco June 20, 20194:40 PM EDT Filed under News FP Street Sponsored By: Featured Stories Reddit Twitter Bell alerts customers to data breach — 100,000 affected: Reports Facebook left millions of passwords readable by employees Desjardins said it learned of the breach when contacted by Laval police June 14. The company said it has implemented additional security measures to protect personal information, accounts and assets. It has also hired experts and is working closely with the Laval police.“I’d like to reassure our members and clients: their accounts and assets with Desjardins are protected in the event of fraud,” chief executive officer Guy Cormier said in the statement. “If they suffer a financial loss as a result of this situation, they will get their money back. We regret this situation and are making every effort to ensure that it doesn’t happen again.”All members affected will receive a letter from Desjardins.As a precaution, Desjardins pledged to offer those affected a credit-monitoring plan and identity theft insurance for a year. Desjardins will pay for the plan.ftomesco@postmedia.com Facebook Share this storyDesjardins says rogue employee caused data breach for 2.9 million members of Canada’s biggest credit union Tumblr Pinterest Google+ LinkedIn center_img More than 2.9 million Desjardins Group members have had their personal information compromised in a data breach targeting Canada’s biggest credit union.The incident stems from “unauthorized and illegal use of internal data” by an employee who has since been fired, Desjardins said Thursday in a statement. Computer systems were not breached, the cooperative said.Names, dates of birth, social insurance numbers, addresses and phone numbers of about 2.7 million individual members were released to people outside the organization, Desjardins said. Passwords, security questions and personal identification numbers weren’t compromised, Desjardins stressed. About 173,000 business customers were also affected.Calling the matter a “very serious situation,” Quebec’s Autorité des marchés financiers nevertheless expressed confidence that Desjardins officials “handled the situation with due rigour, transparency and speed and that the cooperation provided to law enforcement is full and complete. “The incident “highlights the omnipresent risks to information security that all organizations must now contend with,” the financial markets watchdog said in a statement.Related What you need to know about passing the family cottage to the next generation Desjardins says rogue employee caused data breach for 2.9 million members of Canada’s biggest credit union Names, dates of birth, social insurance numbers, addresses and phone numbers of about 2.7 million individual members were released to people outside the organization 1 Comments Comment advertisement Join the conversation → ← Previous Next → Names, dates of birth, social insurance numbers, addresses and phone numbers of about 2.7 million individual members were released to people outside the organization, Desjardins said.John Kenney / Montreal Gazette last_img read more