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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

Guest feature: Ethan Smith is the social media coordinator for Tenable Network Security. Follow Tenable on Facebook and Twitter. Since our founding in 2002, Tenable Network Security has been a Maryland-based company and we are proud to be part of a security industry that is growing in importance around the globe

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RSA Conference
IT and Cybersecurity

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

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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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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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Breaking NewsIT and CybersecurityJob Creation

Governor Larry Hogan, Howard County Executive Allan H. Kittleman, and Tenable Network Security® Inc. CEO Ron Gula today announced that Tenable is expanding operations in Maryland. Founded in 2002, Tenable provides continuous network monitoring to enable organizations to identify vulnerabilities, reduce risk, and ensure compliance. The company currently employs 230

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Innovation & Tech

Millennial Media, WeddingWire and RainKing Solutions led the list of Maryland companies making the 2013 Deloitte Technology Fast 500, a prestigious technology awards program in United States and Canada. Among Maryland’s eight repeat companies, United Therapeutics Corporation is on the list for the 13th straight year and Zenoss is on the list for the third straight year. Overall, there

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Full-time college and university students are eligible for free admission to the CyberMaryland 2013 conference, Oct. 8-9 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Students must register online by Oct. 1, and use the case sensitive code UMstudent to receive complimentary admission. The normal discounted rate for full-time students is $55. Governor Martin O’Malley launched CyberMaryland in January 2010 to support the

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CommerceIndustry NewsInformation & TechnologyInnovation & TechInnovation & TechIT and CybersecurityJob CreationMaryland Economy

A landmark bill—expected to appear before the Maryland Senate Budget and Taxation Committee on Tuesday, April 2—is slated to significantly incentivize investment in Maryland’s job-creating cybersecurity industry. But while the Maryland House of Delegates passed the Cybersecurity Investment Incentive Tax Credit bill on March 24, amendments changed key provisions that

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