Pakistan win toss, send West Indies in to bat in historic Test

first_img The Windies have handed maiden Test caps to 2016 ICC Youth World Cup-winning captain Shimron Hetmyer and fellow Guyana Jaguars left-hander Vishal Singh. They become the 310th and 311th players to wear the maroon cap for West Indies in Tests. The Test is the 50th to be staged at this venue and between the two sides. Teams: WEST INDIES: Jason Holder (captain), Kraigg Brathwaite, Kieran Powell, Shimron Hetmyer (on debut), Shai Hope, Vishal Singh (on debut), Roston Chase, Shane Dowrich (wicketkeeper), Devendra Bishoo, Alzarri Joseph, Shannon Gabriel PAKISTAN: Misbah-ul-Haq (captain), Ahmed Shehzad, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam, Younus Khan, Asad Shafiq, Sarfraz Ahmed (wicketkeeper), Muhammad Amir, Yasir Shah, Wahab Riaz, Muhammad Abbas (on debut) UMPIRES: Richard Illingworth (England), Richard Kettleborough (England) VIDEO UMPIRE: Bruce Oxenford (Australia) MATCH REFEREE: Stuart Broad (England) FOURTH UMPIRE: Gregory Brathwaite (Barbados) West Indies will bat first, after Pakistan won the toss on the opening day of the historic first Test in the Brighto Paints presents the Q Mobile Cup Series today at Sabina Park here.last_img read more

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first_imgFifteen million people who applied for T-Mobile service had personal data—including Social Security numbers—compromised after a massive security breach on Experian’s computer network.[Related: Is Your Small Business Protected from Cyber Attacks?]The breach affected those applying for T-Mobile service or current customers. Experian is the credit monitoring agency evaluating the creditworthiness of these potential or current T-Mobile customers. Hackers stole names, addresses, birth dates and other data, which can be used to commit identity fraud.Experian provided specifics on the breach. The hack took place over a two-year period from September 1, 2013 to Sept 15, 2015 after an unauthorized party was discovered on an Experian server. The data hacked was from anyone who applied for T-Mobile’s prepaid services during this time frame. Experian confirmed that no payment card or banking information, however, was obtained.Experian has notified “appropriate federal and international law enforcement agencies and has taken additional security steps to help prevent future incidents,” according to a statement on the credit agency’s site.In a message to customers, T-Mobile CEO John Legere wrote that he was “incredibly angry” about the security breach, and that T-Mobile’s relationship with Experian would be thoroughly reviewed. He added, “I do want to assure our customers that neither T-Mobile’s systems nor network were part of this intrusion, and this did not involve any payment card numbers or bank account information.”The social media-active CEO has been personally answering the questions of anxious T-Mobile credit applications in a flurry of tweets:Image:FileExperian advised those who may have been affected by the breach to visit for two years of free credit monitoring and identity resolution services. Call 866-369-0422 for further assistance or email isn’t the first time one of the credit reporting agencies suffered a major hack. In 2013, hackers stole Social Security numbers, credit reports, former addresses, and banking information from Equifax’s network of celebrities and high-profile people, including First Lady Michelle Obama. be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 read more