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Free college student admission to CyberMaryland 2013

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 state’s booming cybersecurity industry. The […]

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10 reasons not to miss CyberMaryland 2013

Fueled by federal investment and an evolving technological landscape, Maryland is becoming a worldwide leader in cybersecurity. To celebrate the state’s booming industry, promote growth and foster the next generation of cyber experts, CyberMaryland 2013 will be held Oct. 8-9 at the Baltimore Convention Center. The two-day conference is sponsored by CyberMaryland, Maryland’s cybersecurity initiative launched by Governor Martin […]

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CyberMaryland 2013 to celebrate National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Governor Martin O’Malley has announced that during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October 2013, Maryland will host CyberMaryland 2013, a multi-faceted conference, competition, TECHEXPO cyber hiring event and awards celebration designed to showcase industry innovations, recognize cyber pioneers and groom the next generation of cyber experts.  Scheduled October 8 and 9 at the Baltimore Convention Center, CyberMaryland 2013 will […]

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Industry partners join the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence

ROCKVILLE, Md. — In recognition of the critical need to protect private-sector intellectual property and other valuable business data from a growing number of cyber threats 11 major companies have formally established partnerships with the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE). U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski, U.S. Cyber Command Commander/National Security Agency (NSA) Director General Keith […]

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