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Information & TechnologyIT and Cybersecurity

Looking to take your cyber startup to the next level? Consider entering the RSAC Innovation Sandbox Contest, which showcases emerging cybersecurity companies. It’s fertile ground for growing your business and attracting funding. Consider, for example, RedOwl – in the year after winning the Innovation Sandbox at RSAC 2014, the company

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UMBC CyberDawgs
IT and Cybersecurity

Maryland’s cybersecurity sector includes some of the most imaginative and innovative entrepreneurs in the field of information security. Surprised? Take a look at these names – Sourcefire, Light Point Security, RedOwl, SecurityDo (now Fluency), and EnVeil. As a start-up or emerging business, each company reached the finals of the RSA

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RSA Conference
EventsIT and Cybersecurity

For the sixth consecutive year, Maryland’s vibrant cybersecurity community will​ be showcased during RSA™ 2017, the nation’s premier information security conference and expo. Held annually in San Francisco, the conference draws more than 40,000 attendees to the Moscone Center. Led by the Maryland Department of Commerce, the CyberMaryland delegation includes

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IT and Cybersecurity

Cyber entrepreneurs, gear up! The RSA Conference’s prestigious Innovation Sandbox is now accepting submissions for the 2017 competition, being held in conjunction with the 2017 RSA Conference in San Francisco February 13-17. The Innovation Sandbox recognizes companies that create cutting-edge technologies to fight cyber threats. The winner is named Most

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IT and Cybersecurity

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 t​he fifth consecutive year. Headed by Col. Kenneth McCreedy, USA (Ret.), director of cyber development for Maryland Commerce, the delegation includes Maryland cyber companies, federal

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RSA conference 2016
Information & TechnologyInnovation & TechIT and Cybersecurity

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

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Information & TechnologyIT and Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity Ventures has released its latest edition of the Cybersecurity 500, a global compilation of the world’s leading cyber solution and service companies. Named to this round’s hottest and most innovative companies list are 14 Maryland-based businesses, including Light Point Security, based out of UMBC’s technology park. “We are honored

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IT and Cybersecurity

Marylanders are in good company at RSA 2015, the nation’s premier information security conference, held this week in San Francisco.  The conference is expected to draw more than 20,000 attendees, including dozens of representatives of Maryland-based cybersecurity companies, federal agency officials and higher education. The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development‘s (DBED) cyber development

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Maryland Economy

Catch up on the latest Maryland business news. Maryland business successes:  The Maryland Technology Development Corporation, known as TEDCO, has awarded $6.4 million to 67 commercialization projects and start-up companies through its Maryland Innovation Initiative during FY 2014. Projects range from advanced molecular modeling software to medical sensor made with biocompatible materials. Find a full list

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Maryland Economy

Jobs are fueling Maryland’s ongoing recovery, Governor Martin O’Malley explained during a stop on his “Governing for Results” tour, Tuesday in Baltimore City. The State recently reached its goal of recovering 100 percent of all jobs lost due to the Great Recession by the end of FY 2014. Over the

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