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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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 […]
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 […]
Prominent Maryland cybersecurity company Sourcefire announced this week that board member John Becker will become the new CEO. Former CEO John Burris retired in October and is being treated for cancer. Becker said in a statement released by the company: “I am honored and excited to be named Sourcefire’s CEO. As a board member, I have witnessed firsthand how Sourcefire has established […]
We’d like to recommend that business leaders and technology experts in the CyberMaryland community give back by sharing their knowledge with budding entrepreneurs. One example is teaching at the Betamore incubator. Get involved today. Find more information on teaching here from Betamore.
Calling Robert Oikawa a health care renaissance man is a bit of an understatement. This M.D., M.P.H, CISSP, CPPS, John Hopkins-trained interventional cardiologist and biomedical engineer somehow found time to work at Microsoft for 10 years, as well as become a registered patent agent. I met Robert while representing CyberMaryland at RSA Conference 2013 in […]