IT and Cybersecurity
The Maryland Department of Commerce signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) this week with two economic development agencies in The Netherlands to launch the Maryland-Netherlands Cyber and Security Technologies Soft Landing Platform. The agreement, which was signed with The Hague Security Delta (HSD) and InnovationQuarter, the regional economic development agency
Baltimore’s Point3 Security is carving out a niche in a crowded cybersecurity market by helping small and middle-market companies find hackers quickly. The cybertech startup recently released its patent-pending application, entitled Odile. The system operates by hunting threats in technology, such as laptops, and detects attackers in route to critical information.
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Women in technology are a driving force behind Maryland’s position as a technology powerhouse. In fact, Maryland ranks second among the states in the ratio of female to male workers in IT occupations (24%), according to ComTIA’s Cyberstates analysis. The national average for women who hold computer and mathematical positions
Led by the Maryland Department of Commerce, the CyberMaryland delegation wrapped up a very productive week at RSA™ 2016, the nation’s top information security conference and expo. Held annually in San Francisco, this year’s event – its 25th – drew a record 40,000-plus attendees to the Moscone Center. The CyberMaryland
In just three short years – since 2013 when the company, then known as Riskive, was the first member of tech incubator Betamore – ZeroFOX has already outgrown its workspace twice. Located in Baltimore’s historic Federal Hill neighborhood, ZeroFOX is renovating the former Pabst Brewing building in nearby South Baltimore
Maryland is headed west – to San Francisco, for RSA™ 2016, the nation’s premier information security conference which kicks off Monday at the Moscone Center. The Maryland Department of Commerce will lead the CyberMaryland delegation to the conference, which draws more than 30,000 attendees and runs through Friday, March 4.
Video produced by Brian Fisher The Maryland Department of Commerce will lead the CyberMaryland delegation to RSA™ 2016, the nation’s premier information security conference, for the fifth consecutive year. Headed by Col. Kenneth McCreedy, USA (Ret.), director of cyber development for Maryland Commerce, the delegation includes Maryland cyber companies, federal
The 2016 RSA Conference is scheduled for February 29 through March 4 in San Francisco, and applications are already being accepted for the conference’s Innovation Sandbox competition. For Maryland’s cybersecurity startups, the contest provides exposure to potential customers and investors, as well as media. Maryland has an impressive track record
VOR Technology LLC, a veteran-owned cybersecurity firm based in Columbia, plans to expand its workforce after receiving multiple contracts from the U.S. Department of Defense. To meet the growing demand for its services and cybersecurity expertise, the company anticipates creating more than 60 new jobs in the Fort Meade area.