External Sample Clauses

External a) File or have another person file on his/her behalf, a complaint with the Secretary of Labor.
External. You may not transfer the Software and license granted under this XXXX, or a CAL, to a third party without Bentley's prior written consent. If such consent is obtained, you may permanently transfer the Software and the license granted under this XXXX, or the CAL, provided you transfer the Software and all and media to such third party, and you do not retain any copies. The recipient of such transfer must agree to all terms and conditions of the XXXX. Any purported sublicense, assignment, transfer or encumbrance is void without Bentley's prior consent.
External. Some trusted devices have earlier been described under ‘Online.” These concern devices that rely on a network connection (hence the name). An “External” possession factor relies on a bank-issued authentication device that does not use an electronic connection with other devices. There are a few variations that are either low-tech or high-tech. —OTPs on paper/plastic This is the simplest form of a possession factor. It consists of an indexed list of OTPs on paper or an indexed grid of characters on a small plastic card. A user derives an OTP from one of these when the bank requests it. The bank specifies which OTP it wants by referring to one or more index numbers. The physical paper or plastic represents the possession factor. Advantages are that it is easy to use and that it is protected against malware-based attacks, like all external possession factors. A disadvantage is that a physical medium with written text is easy to copy. A picture of the page or card made by a camera already represents a copy of the possession factor that is usable by an adversary. We observed that 16 out of 80 banks (20%) let users authenticate with OTPs from paper or plastic in 2015. Of these 16 banks, five (31.3%) do not give the user an alternative choice for the possession factor. Most of the 16 banks are located in Europe and South America, where this method seems to be more popular compared to other regions. Paper and plastic OTPs have become more popular since 2013, when only 13 banks (16.3%) applied it for home banking. At that time, eight of the 13 banks (61.5%) required the use of a physical page or card to get OTPs from and an alternative was not available. This implies that this representation of the possession factor became more popular as an alternative authentication scheme instead of as the only (mandatory) option. OTPs from a physical medium are used for authentication in six of 58 examined mobile applications (10.3%), and in four out of 24 mobile sites (16.7%) in 2015. The same numbers for 2013 were three out of 45 (6.7%) and zero out of 19 (0%), respectively. —Offline electronic tokens We added the “offline” keyword to the description of these kind of tokens to dis- tinguish them from online hardware tokens. These tokens do not have an electronic connection with any other device, but rely on their own battery as a power source and nonelectronic methods for information transfer. There are different types of tokens, ranging in functionality and offered user inte...
External. Nothing in this Agreement restricts or impairs the right of any Party to conduct its own research, either independently or in conjunction with others, even though that research may parallel or overlap Investigation. Any Party conducting that separate research has no obligation under this Agreement, with respect to the use or disposition of the results of that independent research including, without limitation: all information and data resulting from that separate research.
External. The façade looks graceful with pleasing combination of water repellent acrylic paint.
External. QUALITY REVIEW In addition to the following requirements, MCPs must participate in external quality review activities as outlined in OAC 5101:3-26-07.
External. The main entrance external light is controlled by a light sensor, and remains on during hours of darkness. Outside floodlights (white) are sensor controlled. The switch on the right controls the orange lights to the rear car park as you enter the lobby (adjacent to the lobby switch itself), and these two must be switched off as you leave. Our immediate neighbours will suffer from all-night illumination if they are not switched off.