SVAM Partners with Cynomi to Enhance Cybersecurity Offerings

 SSVAM, a global leader in digital transformation solutions, is pleased to announce its partnership with Cynomi, a cybersecurity firm specializing in proactive data protection solutions. This strategic alliance marks a significant step forward in both companies’ missions to provide cutting-edge technology solutions to businesses worldwide.

The collaboration between SVAM and Cynomi brings together SVAM’s expertise in digital innovation and Cynomi’s advanced cybersecurity capabilities. By combining forces, the two companies aim to deliver comprehensive cybersecurity solutions that address the evolving threats faced by organizations in today’s digital landscape and provide vCISO services at a scale.

“At SVAM, we understand the critical importance of cybersecurity in today’s interconnected world,” said Anil Kapoor, CEO at SVAM. “Our partnership with Cynomi allows us to further enhance our cybersecurity offerings, providing our clients with robust solutions to safeguard their digital assets.”

Through this partnership, SVAM and Cynomi will collaborate to integrate Cynomi’s cutting-edge cybersecurity technology into SVAM’s suite of digital transformation solutions. This integration will enable businesses to fortify their defences against cyber threats while embracing the benefits of digital innovation. It will also enable businesses to leverage AI-powered, automated vCISO platform to continuously assess cybersecurity posture, build strategic remediation plans and execute them to reduce risk.

About SVAM:
SVAM International Inc. is a global Information Technology (IT) services provider that delivers high-quality Digital Transformation solutions to businesses across various industries. With three decades of experience, SVAM offers a wide range of services, including IT consulting, Application Development, Cybersecurity, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Managed Services, and more. With a focus on innovation and client satisfaction, SVAM helps businesses harness the power of technology to drive growth and achieve their goals.

Cynomi is a cybersecurity firm that specializes in proactive data protection solutions. By leveraging advanced technologies and innovative strategies, Cynomi helps organizations identify and mitigate cybersecurity risks, safeguarding their sensitive data from potential threats.

Amardeep Kumar



  • Artificial Intelligence

Life DeFi Partners with Alvara Protocol to Integrate ERC 7621 Basket Token Standard

Seychelles, Mar 13, 2024 – (ACN Newswire) – In a significant stride towards enhancing DeFi accessibility and functionality, Life DeFi is thrilled to announce a partnership with Alvara Protocol. This collaboration marks the integration of the innovative ERC 7621 standard into Life DeFi’s mobile and Chrome extension wallets, setting a new standard in the DeFi ecosystem.

Alvara Protocol introduces a novel approach to managing and investing in digital assets. By allowing users to create, manage, and trade baskets of tokens, it simplifies the investment process, offering a diversified approach directly within Life DeFi’s platforms.

Streamlining DeFi Investments

Through this partnership, Life DeFi users will gain the ability to access and interact with ERC 7621 token baskets, empowering them to diversify their portfolios with ease and efficiency. This feature is designed to lower the entry barriers for novice users while providing sophisticated tools for seasoned investors.

Empowering Users with Advanced Features

Alvara empowers you to create and mint ERC 7621 Basket Tokens (BTS) effortlessly.

Custom Token Baskets: Users can create personalized baskets of tokens based on their investment preferences and risk appetite.

Seamless Trading: Directly trade entire baskets of tokens in a single transaction, enhancing liquidity and reducing transaction costs.

Portfolio Diversification: Easily diversify investments to manage risk without the need to manage each asset individually.

User-Friendly Interface: Create, manage and even sell your BTS tokens all on one seamless platform. The integration of the ERC 7621 into Life DeFi’s mobile and Chrome extension wallets will allow users to store BTS tokens in their Life DeFi wallets. Life DeFi’s platforms offer an intuitive and easy-to-navigate interface, making it simpler for users to leverage the benefits of the ERC 7621 standard.

A Commitment to Innovation and Accessibility

Both Life DeFi and Alvara Protocol are committed to driving innovation and accessibility in the DeFi space. This partnership reflects our shared vision of making DeFi more approachable and efficient for everyone.

About Life DeFi

Life DeFi is a leading decentralized finance platform offering a suite of services designed to make DeFi accessible and user-friendly. With a focus on innovation and security, Life DeFi provides a comprehensive ecosystem for managing digital assets, including a mobile app and Chrome extension wallet.

About Alvara Protocol

Alvara Protocol is at the forefront of DeFi innovation, developing cutting-edge technologies to enhance the digital asset ecosystem. The new ERC 7621 token standard, developed by Alvara, represents a significant advancement in token creation and management and investment strategies. For more information about Life DeFi and the integration of the ERC 7621, please visit [Life DeFi’s website] and

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Kidney Care Partners Applauds Congressional Action to Delay Inclusion of Oral-Only Drugs in Medicare ESRD Payment Bundle

 Kidney Care Partners (KCP) – the nation’s leading kidney care multi-stakeholder coalition representing patient advocates, physician organizations, health professional groups, dialysis providers, researchers and manufacturers – thanks members of the House Ways and Means Committee for advancing policy to delay for two years inclusion of oral-only drugs from the ESRD PPS payment bundle.

Today’s House Ways and Means Committee development is a critically helpful milestone in the care and treatment of individuals with ESRD, who face multiple obstacles to adequate care, including diminished access to innovative therapies, reduced availability of clinical supports due to an underfunded Medicare payment system, and often, choice of insurance coverage, in addition to the threat of compromising access to oral-only phosphate-lowering drugs that are essential to patient success and survival.

The oral-only, phosphate-lowering drugs impacted by this policy are taken by most patients on dialysis multiple times per day to manage blood phosphate levels. Historically, KCP has expressed concerns that variability will create administrative and financial burdens for providers and potentially clinical burdens on patients.

“While this legislation is not a cure-all, delaying this policy to ensure ongoing patient access to oral-only phosphate-lowering drugs will give the broader kidney community time to find a better solution that works for providers and patients,” said Colin Roskey, Executive Director of KCP. “We appreciate the work of the House Committee on Ways and Means, look forward to continued dialogue about how best to meet patient needs, and now call on the broader Congress to continue the committee’s work and quickly pass this legislation.”

Kidney Care Partners
Sarah Feagan



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KIB Partners with Christ Church “516 Students” for Cleanup

 On Feb. 24, members of the Christ Church “516 Students” Youth Ministry conducted a cleanup of the neighborhood south of the church, located at 1750 E. Airport Freeway.

Keep Irving Beautiful (KIB) provided all the cleanup supplies for the group, including volunteer vests, litter grabbers, gloves, trash bags and blue recycling bags.

The team consisted of 27 youth and 6 adult mentors who collected 86 pounds of litter, completing the cleanup in 66 hours of volunteer service. The project was part of the annual “DNOW” weekend retreat for students between sixth and twelfth grades.

“Our 516 Students have enjoyed partnering with Keep Irving Beautiful for several years,” said KIB Board member Brian Bunch, who also is the Christ Church Student Pastor and event organizer. “The DNOW weekend retreat always includes a service project component because we feel that giving back to our community is an important part of what we do. The students enjoy getting outside and working together to help make a positive impact.”

Keep Irving Beautiful is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the community about litter abatement, recycling, and beautification to help preserve the health and promote the social and economic prosperity of the city. As an award-winning affiliate of Keep America Beautiful and Keep Texas Beautiful, Keep Irving Beautiful reaches out to all sectors of the community, including government, businesses, churches, as well as cultural, educational, neighborhood and civic organizations. For more information on volunteering with KIB or making an activity a “green event,” visit or call (972) 721-2175.

Keep Irving Beautiful
Rick Hose



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Carisk® Partners Welcomes Danielle Lisenbey to Its Board of Directors

 Carisk Partners, a leading specialty risk transfer and care coordination company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Danielle Lisenbey to its Board of Directors. Danielle is a distinguished 30-year veteran of the Property & Casualty industries and brings a proven record of driving business growth and fostering innovation. Danielle most recently served as President and CEO of MedRisk, the largest ancillary service provider for physical medical in the workers’ compensation industry. She also served as the first female member of the Crawford & Company global executive team where she worked to increase Crawford’s global third-party administration footprint, deliver continuous operational improvement, and develop long-term strategic plans to expand business development and collaborations with clients.

“We are excited for Danielle to join the Carisk Board of Directors. Her prior leadership roles and astute understanding of our industry will assist us in setting strategies for continued growth,” said Joseph Berardo, Jr., CEO of Carisk Partners.

As a member of the Board of Directors, Ms. Lisenbey will leverage her extensive knowledge in healthcare operations, risk management, and strategic planning to support Carisk Partners’ commitment to delivering high-quality, patient-centered solutions.

Ms. Lisenbey expressed her enthusiasm about joining Carisk Partners, stating, “Carisk has grown in clinical services and processes to support the injured worker, their families, and the overall industry. I’m excited to be a part of Carisk’s continued growth journey as we collaboratively work together to further innovate and deliver superior services across the claims process value chain.”

Having been honored with various awards in the Insurance industry throughout her career, Danielle continues to demonstrate her commitment to providing leadership and influence within the community. As a former Executive Board Member of the Alliance of Women in Workers Compensation, Danielle continues to support the Alliance as a thought leader and strategic supporter.

Carisk Partners remains committed to fostering a diverse and dynamic leadership team, and Danielle’s appointment reflects the company’s dedication to excellence in healthcare risk management.

Carisk Partners
Chrissy Gaul



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