The Arizona Technology Council, in collaboration with Pipeline AZ and the Partnership for Economic Innovation, today launched the Arizona IT/Cyber Career Network, a scalable, online platform that connects employers with technology talent in the state’s IT and cybersecurity sector.
The North American Cyber Range Alliance (NACRA), an affiliation of independent stakeholder organizations dedicated to fortifying US cyber defenses, announced that NACRA CyberSec Workshops 2021 Events Week is now open to the public, without cost.
In this featured guest blog, Snap Tech IT Chief Executive Officer Karl Bickmore discusses the shift in the IT practices of aerospace manufacturing sub-contractors, and outlines the top five ways aerospace manufacturing subcontractors can improve their IT practices.
The Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation is excited to launch its Summer Virtual Cybersecurity and IT Externship Rotation. This is a structured two-week program containing a cohort of participants from across Arizona, including high school, community college, university students and veterans who will rotate through industry experiences provided by multiple and diverse businesses.
Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection and a member of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Centre for Cybersecurity, shared the results of a new collaborative report that reveals boards of directors need to play a more active role in protecting their organization from cyber risks – and provides a solution to this fragmentation. Acronis contributed its expertise and insights from its work in cyber protection as part of the working group that helped create the report.
Facebook is not omnipotent nor all powerful, and their ability to protect user data is relegated to their own servers and really goes no further. Individuals who suspect or discover their data has been breached should continue to follow best practices including, not providing additional information to callers if asked for things like social security number or to confirm date of birth. They should also closely monitor their credit report and be suspicious of unsolicited emails, phone calls, or other forms of communication.
The inclusion of more women in tech is not only the right decision from an equality of opportunity standpoint – it’s the smart one. The more women in Arizona’s tech sector, the better. Strong gender diversity empowers companies to boost their success, handle crises better, and bring innovative ideas and results-driven attitudes that benefit us all.
Moderated by Sheila Kloefkorn, president & CEO of award-winning B2B marketing agency KEO Marketing, attendees gained valuable insight from featured guest speaker, David Ross, CEO and privacy officer of 1bigthink, to learn what the most impactful privacy laws in the world mean for your business this year, what marketers should expect, and what you can do to prepare for the future of marketing in a data privacy-vigilant world.
The Arizona Technology Council kicked off its 2021 Tech Speaker Series with one of Arizona’s leading IT managed service providers and cybersecurity leaders, AccountabilIT. Focusing on cyber resiliency, experts from AccountabilIT shared their insight and expertise on security predictions for 2021, provided valuable strategies for attendees to protect their business and mitigate cybersecurity risk, attacks and breaches.
University of Advancing Technology Professor Aaron Jones shares his expertise and insight on the top information security trends he forsees for 2021, as well as discusses how the increased tensions globally will continue to fan the flames of cyber warfare.