An assessment by the Lyon-based organization found a “significant target shift” by criminals from individuals and small businesses to major corporations, governments and critical infrastructure.“Cybercriminals are developing and boosting their attacks at an alarming pace, exploiting the fear and uncertainty caused by the unstable social and economic situation created by COVID-19,” said Interpol Secretary General Juergen Stock.https://arab.news/wjywe
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo had celebrated its 69th anniversary this year, after launching in 1950.Tattoo fans who want to join this iconic festival can buy Edinburgh Tattoo Tickets from our most consistent and unfailing online platform.The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo had revealed Lyon-based Musique de l’Artillerie as the first international act to show its paces on Edinburgh Castle’s iconic Esplanade this August.France National Bastille Day is marked each year in France and across the world by French communities as the anniversary of the Storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789, a turning point in the French Revolution.Musique de l‘Artillerie is The Artillery Band of the French Army, based in Gerland in the heart of Lyon.The current Band was formed in 2016 but military music has been played in the Rhone-Alpins region since the 18th century.The City of Lyon is the second-largest urban area in France and is known for its food, its momentous and architectural landmarks and, like Edinburgh, has a registered World Heritage site UNESCO.Major Laurent Arandel, Director of Music: Musique de l’Artillerie had performed for the first time in Edinburgh in their characteristic blue uniforms, delivered a precision march and musical display - with one or two surprises.The band of fifty military musicians had performed worldwide, played a rich repertoire of concerts, parades and orchestral fanfares in Estonia, Poland, and Germany.The musicians had hugely adapt abled and alongside the full military band, where they had been fielded a clarinet quartet, saxophone quartet, brass quintet, and a Dixieland ensemble - all of these supported the Artillery, The French Army, the French Armed Forces and the communities these represent.With a huge military parade staged on the Champs-Élysées from the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde on the morning of 14 July each year in Paris since 1880 - almost without exception - it is fitting that Scotland’s ‘Auld Alliance’ is represented in Edinburgh over the summer.The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo had celebrated the Kaleidoscope - the Scottish optical instrument first patented by Sir David Brewster in 1817.
An extremely rare ‘bicorne,’ or 2-pointed hat, that was worn by Napoleon at the battle of Waterloo was sold at auction in France for $325,000 on Monday.The hat went under the hammer for €280,000 ($325,052) at Lyon-based auction house De Baecque.De Baecque told Fox News that the hat was bought by a private European collector who is "passionate" about the period of the First French Empire.The bloody battle of Waterloo, fought on June 18, 1815, saw Napoleon’s forces defeated by a British-led allied army.By the end of the 10-hour battle, 45,000 soldiers were either dead or wounded, although some estimates put the casualty count even higher.After Napoleon fled the battlefield, the hat was collected by Dutch Dragoon captain Baron Arnout Jacques van Zuijlen van Nijevelt, according to the auction house.
Shooting from altitude was once limited to professionals with helicopters."When the first camera drones arrived on the market in 2010, I bought one," explains Lyon-based photographer Eric Dupin, 55."My first question was, 'Where can I share my pictures?'"By July 2013, Dupin had founded Dronestagram.Part gallery, part social network, it's where drone photographers can share tips and hacks.It quickly exploded: on Instagram, dronestagram has been used nearly 700,000 times.
French artist JC Sheitan Tenet gets a modified prosthetic arm that can double as his tattoo machineTwenty two years after losing his lower right arm as a child, French tattoo artist JC Sheitan Tenet has become the first person in the world to be fitted with a modified prosthetic arm that can double as his tattoo gun.The unique device was created for the Lyon-based tattooist by fellow artist and engineer Jean Louis Gonzalez, aka "JL Gonzal."The hybrid prosthesis features a mounted metal component with a tattoo machine attached that can be removed when Tenet is not working.Using his shoulder to manoeuvre the artificial tattoo arm, Tenet recently demonstrated how the device works at the Tattoo Motor Show 8 convention in Devézieux, France."I had to relearn to use my right hand 22 years after the loss," Tenet told Mashable.Gonzalez also says he plans to make the arm much more complex in the future and hopes to add wrist-like movements and individual fingers to the innovative prosthetic arm as well.