IDLife is revolutionizing the wellness and health industry through customized nutrition. The name stands for Individually designed life and the principle that everyone is an individual is what it was founded on. The nutritional needs of everyone are unique, so the mission of IDLife is to provide programs and high quality products to aid in leading a healthy life.
IDLife allows you to fill out a health assessment that if confidential and free. A partnership with Garmin was announced recently. Wearable fitness devices are manufactured by the company. Customers of IDLife now have the ability to buy the Vivo fitness tracker from Garmin on the website. The IDWellness app from IDLife syncs with the tracker making it easier to figure nutrition needs and track exercise. This will make reaching goals for health easier.
Garmin Leads Innovation
IDLife and Garmin partnered because both believe that there is more to health than numbers and nutrition and are developing a way to use holistic approaches to reach goals for overall health. The Index Smart Scale, measuring skeletal muscle mass, percentage of body fat, muscle mass and other metrics, is one of the contributions from Garmin. These give a more accurate picture of health than any element alone.
The range of IDLife products include nutrition supplements, energy and appetite control. All products have been tested by independent laboratories the FDA has approved for purity, solubility, maximum nutritional absorbability and potency. The products are free from GMO, soy, casein and gluten. All the products have been thoroughly researched.
Logan Stout, CEO, has a background as an entrepreneur and in business. He founded the Dallas Patriots and is a sixteen time world series baseball player. His passion for wellness and health led to his helping with the May 2014 IDLife LLC launch. He also has experience in network marketing. For more updates, follow and Like the page:https://www.facebook.com/IDLifeCorporate/
Jeff Yastine, as the Editorial Director of Banyan Hill Publishing has written some informative pieces that help people who want to explore markets and financial investment. Protection of that wealth is another subject that he has covered in his publications. One of those is about a cyber attack on a bank overseas.
The Bank of Bangladesh had their money transfer code for international transfers hacked. It allowed the hackers to make large transactions internationally without getting caught. Their mode of protection against getting caught was to use non-profit organizations with names that were completely fake. They transferred $80 million in stolen money.
They would never have been caught if they had not made a grammatical error on the transfer form. That simple mistake made the bank catch on. The hackers were never arrested. In fact, they have never been found.
A piece of technology is used to protect against this very issue. Called Sheltered Harbor, it is like one of several technologies used to protect money transfers worldwide. It works by triggering a panic alert across all banks when something looks off. Although the hackers were never caught in person, they were unable to complete the last transfer or steal any more money. This system began around 2016 to help prevent more thefts from occurring. If one bank received a fraudulent transfer, then all of the banks would know and the transfer would never complete. Follow Jeff Yastine at stocktwits.com
Attacks like this are common these days, but attackers normally take only small transactions several times from millions of different accounts. When that happens they normally get away with it. Monitoring this is imperative to prevent the crime’s success. This particular group was really unusual and is indicative of this larger issue.
Jeff Yastine took interest in the cybersecurity aspects of investing in an effort to better understand how his investments are safeguarded. On tips he gives for readers is to check the First Trust Nasdaq Cybersecurity. Trading is up to 10% since August when he began following it. It helps track the community of investors’ safety of investments.
It’s important to note, according to Jeff Yastine, that all banks can be hacked. Even with security in place, it is imperative to follow the security of your investments by tracking them through the Nasdaq.
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