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    1. National Cybersecurity Center to launch AFA CyberCamp

      National Cybersecurity Center to launch AFA CyberCamp

      The National Cybersecurity Center will launch its AFA CyberCamp in July, for 7th to 12th graders brand new to cybersecurity. “The content is designed to promote interest in [science, technology, engineering and math] and cyber so that kids can start on a pathway toward jobs in high-demand career fields,” Mary Graft, the NCC’s director of...

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    2. Colorado Springs cybersecurity symposium stresses avoiding disclosing personal information

      Colorado Springs cybersecurity symposium stresses avoiding disclosing personal information

      Hackers and cyber criminals aren't so much trying to attack computer network security measures as they are looking for vulnerabilities in people who use and operate those networks as a gateway to access them.

      That point was hammered home by the winning team of hackers during a cybersecurity "war game" hosted by information technology giant SAIC last week during the Rocky Mountain Cybersecurity Symposium at The Broadmoor hotel.

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    3. National Cybersecurity Center opens for business in Colorado Springs

      National Cybersecurity Center opens for business in Colorado Springs

      Two years after Gov. John Hickenlooper unveiled a vision in his State of the State address to build a cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs, the dream became a reality Monday in a former satellite plant on North Nevada Avenue.

      Hickenlooper's dream, however, came in a different form than the second-term executive first envisioned.

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    4. Denver cybersecurity school expands outside of Colorado

      Denver cybersecurity school expands outside of Colorado

      A Denver cybersecurity education company has expanded outside the state of Colorado. SecureSet, with locations in Denver and Colorado Springs, said its new Tampa, Florida location is up and running. “Cyber threats are growing exponentially, but there is a lack of qualified talent and innovation in Tampa Bay and nationally,” said Adam Sheffield, director of SecureSet’s Tampa campus, in a statement.

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    5. CTA APEX Awards — CISO of the Year plans ahead to make sure clients are secure

      CTA APEX Awards — CISO of the Year plans ahead to make sure clients are secure

      Matt Shufeldt knows that looking ahead is a critical piece of being a good CISO.

      As CISO — chief information security officer — of Cognizant Healthcare, Shufeldt introduced a scrum-based agile methodology for project management that enables Cognizant’s security group to do both proactive planning over a long period of time, as well as the ability to make course corrections based on what’s occurring in the business.

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    6. Ping Identity, Accenture partner to deliver cloud, security solutions

      Ping Identity, Accenture partner to deliver cloud, security solutions

      Ping Identity, a leader in Identity Defined Security, today announced it is working with Ireland-based Accenture (NYSE: ACN) to enable organizations to quickly and efficiently move their business applications and infrastructure to the cloud, while also enhancing security and permission control through advanced identity and access management (IAM) services.

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    7. New CEO remaking National Cybersecurity Center as think tank

      New CEO remaking National Cybersecurity Center as think tank

      Vance Brown wants to turn the Colorado Springs-based National Cybersecurity Center from a membership-based fire department for computer hacks suffered by small businesses into a self-supporting think tank for online security.

      That's a major change from Gov. John Hickenlooper's vision when he unveiled plans for the center last year during his State of the State address.

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    8. Broomfield security-tech firm Webroot hires new CEO after Dick Williams announces retirement

      Broomfield security-tech firm Webroot hires new CEO after Dick Williams announces retirement

      Broomfield Security firm Webroot bid Dick Williams, its CEO since 2009, a happy retirement while at the same time naming Mike Potts its new CEO.

      Potts was president and CEO of Georgia-based security firm Lancope Inc., which was acquired in 2015 by Cisco. He most recently served as integration executive in the security business group at Cisco. He starts the new gig on Sept. 25.

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