You don’t have to be a gearhead like me to know we’re at the front end of the trend moving the state into a new vehicle arena. For those wondering whether an electric car is for them, know that over time Lucid Motors will offer a range of vehicles at different price points as they build on their successes. And that’s just one auto maker.
To keep its constituents informed on the progress of Arizona’s technology community, the Arizona Technology Council released the latest update of the 2019 Quarterly Arizona Technology Council Industry Impact Report.
AZTC CEO Steve Zylstra discusses why re-authorization of Arizona’s Angel Investment Tax Credit program beyond 2021 is necessary to continue the infusion of investment in the startup community and is necessary to continue the tech success the state has experienced since the inception of the program.
TechTalk enews provides a monthly round-up of member updates, technological advancements, milestones and awards, industry news, and featured content on the Council’s annual sponsors. Check out what’s happening in the Council’s November issue of TechTalk!
Whether you use the word biotechnology, bioscience or one of a number of related words—the lines are quickly blurring—“bio” in Arizona has made a major impact as it has taken root in our state.
Arizona’s manufacturing sector has built up a workforce with nearly 180,000 employees, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data for August 2019. Now, the rest of the country is starting to pay attention.
Oct 10 panel with some of Arizona’s #TechTitans: The complexities and out-and-out terror of the world’s cybersecurity battle is all too real. It will take an army of new recruits – such as the many GCU students going through their cybersecurity “boot camp” – to win the fight.
Cybersecurity has grown to become one of Arizona’s largest technology sectors. The list of Arizona-based companies specializing in this field contains more than 30 companies, including AccountabilIT, Acronis, Beyond Trust, CellTrust, InfoArmor, Kudelski Security, McKesson and RockCyber. Additionally, the Federal Trade Commission ranked Arizona in the top 10 for cybersecurity.
From the global to the local, cybersecurity breaches affect us in nearly every aspect of our lives. The chief reason cyber attacks are increasing in number, scope, sophistication and damage is it is really hard to get ahead of the hackers. Cybersecurity in 2019 and beyond requires a very different approach than we’re used to. And that requires a very different kind of cybersecurity professional.