Is your business safe from a cyber security attack? Join the most innovative technology experts to find out if you’re at risk and what you can do to minimize digital interruption. The panel of experts will provide insight into cybersecurity best practics and share where the industry is heading.
Phoenix College and Maricopa County Community College District are unveiling plans to create a Maricopa IT Institute at Phoenix College, utilizing a currently vacant building located in the heart of downtown Phoenix. The institute will prepare students for high-demand careers and help meet labor market demands within the field of information technology.
In recent years, you may have heard some refer to Arizona as the Silicon Desert. But don’t let that nickname conjure up false images of a Silicon Valley copycat. With its unique approach to tech, defense and business, Arizona is forging a path all its own. Leadership at Acronis SCS, as well as the more than thirty people the company hired in less than nine months across a range of disciplines – from security engineering and application hardening to communications and sales – are proud to call it home.
West-MEC and South Mountain Community College are working hard to connect their students to industry partners to help the students gain hands on experiences to better prepare them to become future industry professional in cybersecurity.
The Council’s 2019 CyberSummit not only presented a relevant issue facing businesses today but also gave attendees easy and accessible access to connections and partnerships.
A commercial litigator and member of the privacy and data security group of Osborn Maledon, William Furnish discusses trends and projections from 2018 and the the 2019 regulatory landscape.
Acronis SCS brings to market a trusted suite of products that allow agencies to protect sensitive data while supporting legacy systems during the modernization journey.
In today’s age of digital transformation, one of the biggest challenges for almost any business is protecting its most important asset—its data.
New technologies including artificial intelligence and 3-D printing are transforming the aerospace industry, and those flying cars may not be too far off in the future, according to aviation experts.
This is a guest blog article by Molly Castelazo of Castelazo Content.