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Nationally-unique Cybersecurity Association of Maryland Elects 2019 Board of Directors

The Cybersecurity Association of Maryland Inc (CAMI) has elected its 2019 Executive Committee and Board of Directors with Gina Abate, President & CEO of woman-owned, Elkridge-based Edwards Performance Solutions, serving a second term as Chairperson. The 2019 slate of officers are as follows: Executive Committee Chairman, Gina Abate, President and CEO, Edwards Performance Solutions Vice-Chair, Gregg Smith, CEO, […]

Emerging Leader Attila Security Announces First Round of Funding

Oversubscribed round led by DataTribe, Bull City Ventures and TEDCO’s Seed Fund

DataTribe launches Cyber Town, USA, at Port Covington

DataTribe is excited to announced that we will move our entire cybersecurity and data science startup-building operation to Port Covington, Maryland in 2021, to help create the world’s largest cybersecurity hub. In keeping with this announcement, DataTribe is working in partnership with Allegis Cyber in Silicon Valley, the Maryland Commerce Department, Port Covington, Deloitte and Goldman Sachs to […]

Maryland’s Landmark Legislation: Cybersecurity Now More Attainable for Small Business

Original article posted on https://www.uscybersecurity.net It is no secret that most small businesses nationwide are vulnerable to cyber-attacks, and fortunately for Maryland, stakeholders wanted to do something about it. Championed by elected officials – both Republicans and Democrats – with support from the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI), the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Greater […]

TSC Advantage Announces Social Engineering Workshop

Free Oct 16 Event Highlights Cybersecurity Awareness Month and DC CyberWeek Silver Spring, MD — TSC Advantage today announced it will hold a complimentary workshop on October 16, 2018 to educate individuals and businesses on how to avoid social engineering tactics used by hackers. “How Hackers Get You! Social Engineering Tactics and Ways to Combat Them” The free […]

Local Governments a Target for Cyberattacks

Article originally posted by Finance & Commerce on 29 May 2018   A major cyberattack on the city of Atlanta in March shut down city computers for five days, exposing critical vulnerabilities in the government system. Just days later, Baltimore was hit with a separate ransomware attack that required 911 dispatchers to manually dispatch calls. […]

Cybersecurity 500 2018: The Official List

Article Originally Posted May 15, 2018 by Cision PR Newswire                    The annual ranking of the world’s hottest and most innovative cybersecurity companies

Jonathan Aberman: New Md. cyber tax credits a big win on two fronts

By Jonathan Aberman, Washington Business Journal Maryland recently enacted two new cybersecurity industry tax credits — good news for Maryland’s cybersecurity industry and also an example of how a business-oriented group can turn advocacy into results.

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