The reality is that the "growing sophistication" of cybercriminals ties directly to the historic costs
we're seeing for data breaches.
The growing sophistication and collaboration of cybercriminals ties directly with the historic costs
we're seeing for data breaches," said Marc van Zadelhoff, Vice President of Strategy, IBM Security.
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The legislation, which comes into immediate effect, will prevent gas and electricity distribution companies in particular from making new claims for historic costs
dating back decades that have already been paid by their business customers.
At the inaugural annual meeting of the new business, Wrexham AFC Ltd, for the year ending June 30, 2012, Dragons' financial director Mark Williams last night told members of Wrexham Supporters Trust that with the remainder of the historic costs
due to be cleared this year the club was on course for a brighter and more stable financial future.
The price Rosneft will pay for the asset is equal to the historic costs
incurred by Sberbank.
In 2006, Congress increased liability limits, but for certain vessel types, the limits may still be low compared with the historic costs
of cleaning up spills from those vessels.
According to historic costs
, the residual value can be defined as being the estimated value of the product in dollars, at the present value of the dollars (without taking in consideration the inflation), at the end of the life-cycle of the product.
Providing one's own lender is among those passing on the full benefit, there are considerable savings to be made on the historic costs
Under fair value accounting, however, historic costs
shouldn't impact the value of the recorded asset.
02) in implementing equation (5), this implies that the current replacement costs of Telecom's assets would be equal to their historic costs
compounded at .
GAAP often encompasses a trade-off between reliability and relevance, using values based on historic costs
to measure some items and economic values to measure others.