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Security against defeat implies defensive tactics; ability to defeat the enemy means taking the offensive.
Brigadier General Abdu Abdullah Majili, a Yemeni army spokesperson, told Gulf News on Sunday that the figures show that the once powerful movement has been depleted by deaths and attrition despite their attempts to prove they are still taking the offensive on the battlefield.
The report, Taking the Offensive - Working together to disrupt digital crime finds that, while 94 per cent of IT decision makers are aware that criminal entrepreneurs are blackmailing and bribing employees to gain access to organisations, roughly half (47 per cent) admit that they don't have a strategy in place to prevent it.
The report, Taking the Offensive Working together to disrupt digital crime finds that, while 94 per cent of IT decision makers are aware that criminal entrepreneurs are blackmailing and bribing employees to gain access to organisations, roughly half (47 per cent) admit that they dont have a strategy in place to prevent it.
With the holiday season a few weeks away and Cruz stuck in the mid to high single digits in national polls, some Republicans are beginning to wonder how long the Texas senator can sustain his strategy of not taking the offensive against Carson or Trump.
TAKING the offensive to the Congress and its " newly exuberant" vicepresident Rahul Gandhi over the proposed Land Bill by the NDA government, Union MoS for Planning and Statistics ( Independent Charge) Rao Inderjit Singh said the key to exposing the real culprits of land grab in the country lies in Haryana.
US Vice-President Joe Biden, taking the offensive front, held Russian President Putin for the security crisis in Europe.