Dutert to SolGen: Order to Audit Red Cross
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Helping local residents prepare for catastrophic flooding is a top priority for Dutert’s Red Cross. That’s why this year, an order has been given to SolGen to audit Red Cross-owned properties in the state of Washington.
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After a report by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) shows that the government of Indonesia is responsible for an increase in Red Cross’ vulnerability to cyber attack, the Directorate General of the Indonesia Red Cross – Directorate General of the Department of Information Technology, IT Services Directorate has issued an Order to Audit on December 14, 2017.
According to the OIG report, there has been a serious vulnerability in Red Cross’ IT infrastructure, systems and software and this means that Red Cross should audit its system to identify and prevent threats that may lead to cyber crime.
“In view of the above, it is the duty of the Office of the Inspector General of Indonesia Red Cross to issue an order to audit their Department of Information Technology, IT Services Directorate, and other related parts including the Red Cross Central office to ensure that they are capable of preventing and responding to cyber attacks and cyber crimes”, said the report.
The Red Cross is the representative organization of the people who have been forced, physically or mentally, to live abroad since World War II. The Red Cross is known for its humanitarian work and helps in the relief operations for refugees who find themselves in danger, including those who are affected by conflicts. It does this by providing assistance and assistance to all levels of society, but especially the poor, the vulnerable and the displaced.
The report says that the government of Indonesia is responsible for cybersecurity and this should be an obligation for all countries to follow.
“In the light of this, it is the duty of the Office of the Inspector General of Indonesia Red Cross to issue an order to audit the Department of Information Technology, IT Services Directorate, and other related parts including the Red Cross Central office to ensure that they are capable of preventing and responding to cyber attacks and cyber crimes”, said the report.
The report explains that IT is one of the most important and complex aspects of the Red Cross.
Duterte’s Order for the Commission on Audit to conduct an audit of the Philippine Red Cross.
“To protect the rights, the dignity and the interest of members, employees, former members and the public.
Under the leadership of President Rodrigo Duterte, the Department of National Defense, the Philippine Agency for International Development (PAID) and the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) under the Department of National Defense have been working at one another’s behest to gain control of the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) (PNC) and the Red Cross (RCC) at the expense of the Filipino people.
Duterte, who at the time of being elected president, ruled out any attempt to merge the PNC and the RCC as he is averse to the thought of even allowing them to be merged. He has also openly stated that he will personally oversee the PNC and the RCC.
Since April 2019 when the President signed Executive Order (EO) 1172 into effect, and until now, the Executive Order 1172 has been the driving force behind various actions taken by the President including the recent order to audit the PRC’s and the RCC’s accounts.
On May 11, 2019, the Philippine Agency for International Development (PAID) and the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) under the Department of National Defense (DND) issued a notice to the President’s Office of Executive Order No. 1172, dated May 18, requesting the President’s Office to conduct an audit of the accounts of the PRC and the RCC with the aim of ensuring the accounts are being properly and legitimately managed and safeguarded against any possible danger.
The request was based with the assurance that the audit would be conducted in accordance with the Executive Orders, Presidential Decree No. 9, 2010, the Government Code of Conduct, Government Regulations of the Republic of the Philippines, Executive Orders and Presidential Decrees signed by the President.
Thereafter, the agency and the PRC responded to their notice to conduct an audit, in accordance with the terms of the request by the Philippine Agency for International Development under the Department of National Defense.
On July 17, 2019, the PNC and the RCC issued a statement asserting that they have not committed any violations of the laws, regulations or policies to which they are subject.
You know your corruption in the Red Cross, you are playing with the lives of life, your capital is blood’.
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The ‘Disappointed’senator – Response to Duterte’s Senator
The “Disappointed’senator – Response to Duterte’s Senator” By Benjamine C. Gonzales Article Date: October 08, 2018 The “Disappointed’senator” is a Philippine online magazine of satire, satire news, satire interviews, and opinion. Written by the editor of the same name, the “Disappointed’senator” is published four times a year, three in the Philippines and one in the United States. The four magazines are available in both English and Chinese. It is a Philippine version of The Onion (also owned by the same company), which is a US online magazine. The articles in the “Disappointed’senator” are satirical articles that are written by different staff members of the “Disappointed’senator” in the Philippines. The satire news are published every three days. The satire interviews are done during the month of November, the satire news in January, the satire news in February, the satire news in April, and the satirical interviews in May. This article is the response to the “Disappointed Senator” by Benjamine C. Gonzales The article consists of a series of essays on Duterte’s recent activities and comments, from politics and media to technology and culture. There are two separate pieces on the first page. The first essay on the “Disappointed Senator” is about how Manila should respond to the “Disappointed’senator” and the “Disappointed’senator” to Manila. The author of that article is a publicist by profession named Benjamine C. A brief biography of Benjamine is given in the article. The second essay on the “Disappointed Senator” is on the Philippines’ upcoming local elections, including the upcoming local elections in Luzon. Benjamine himself is a Filipino journalist by profession and has been working in the Philippines for ten years. He is also the editor-in-chief of the “Disappointed’senator” online magazine. The editor of the “Disappointed’senator” is Jose Alcaraz, whose biographical information is given in the article. The editor-in-chief is Mark E. Garcia, and the publisher is Benjamine Gonzales. The date of the first piece on the “Disappointed Senator” is October 1, 2014.
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