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    1. National Cyber Intelligence Center at UCCS has interim director

      National Cyber Intelligence Center at UCCS has interim director

      Retired Army Lt. Gen. Ed Anderson has been named interim executive director for the National Cyber Intelligence Center while the national search finds a permanent leader for the Colorado Springs facility scheduled to begin operation April 1.

      Anderson, 72, has spent the past five years as executive director of strategic. military, science, space and security initiatives for University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Chancellor Pam Shockley-Zalabak.

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    2. Insights Series

      Insights Series

      Colorado Technology Association's Insight Series is brought to you by Forrester Research, and hosted by CNA

      Presentation by Christopher McClean, Vice President, Researching Director Serving Security & Risk Professionals: Chris leads a team of analysts covering topics including risk management, compliance, audit, information security management, and brand protection. He also leads the company's coverage of governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC).

      *Read full bio at: http://bit.ly/1Trk0Zy

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    3. Washington could learn real-time skills from Colorado Springs' cyber sector

      Washington could learn real-time skills from Colorado Springs' cyber sector

      Washington is famous for being slow to adapt to change, so it isn't surprising that the president is only now, in 2016, sending a comprehensive national cybersecurity plan to Congress - but it is worrisome.

      Developed over seven long years and facing an uncertain fate before lawmakers, the Cybersecurity National Action Plan, or CNAP, is intended to update the government's computer systems to protect them from attack.

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    4. Health It Cybersecurity Summit

      Health It Cybersecurity Summit
      HEALTH IT CYBERSECURITY SUMMIT
      February 24, 2016 in Denver, Colorado
      Information Security Strategies for Colorado's Health & Healthcare Enterprises
      From the leaders of Colorado's Cybersecurity and Digital Health Communities, the Health IT Cybersecurity Summit presents a series of technical panels on cybersecurity in healthcare and digital health enterprises.
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    5. Westminster company acquired in wireless network technology deal

      An international wireless network services company based in California has acquired a Colorado software company that makes wireless security products. Ruckus Wireless Inc. (NYSE: RKUS) bought Westminster-based Cloudpath Networks. Terms were not disclosed. Ruckus sells Wi-Fi service to about 56,000 customers, most of them large companies, universities, school districts, public venues and stores. It has about 940 employees, more than half of them outside the U.S.

      Cloudpath employs 12 people. It…

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    6. Webroot Accelerates Channel Momentum in the UK with the Appointment of Northamber

      Webroot Accelerates Channel Momentum in the UK with the Appointment of Northamber

      BROOMFIELD, Colo., Oct. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Webroot, the market leader in intelligent cybersecurity for endpoints and collective threat intelligence, today announced the appointment of Northamber, one of the largest independent U.K.-owned, trade-only distributors in the IT industry. The new channel partnership will expand Webroot's global partner network and include access to Northamber's ...

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    7. Rockies fans can now enter Coors Field with the touch of a finger

      Rockies fans can now enter Coors Field with the touch of a finger

      Fans entering the gates at the Colorado Rockies will simply touch a scanner with two fingers, and bam, they're in. The Rockies will have one gate where fans can use a one-touch screen called Fast Access powered by Clear, a New York-based company that specializes in secure biometric identity platforms used at airports across the country. The idea is to make it faster for fans to get into Coors Field, be less cumbersome for security guards and still provide a secure game.

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    8. Broomfield-based Level 3 acquires cybersecurity firm Black Lotus

      Broomfield-based Level 3 acquires cybersecurity firm Black Lotus

      BROOMFIELD – Level 3 Communications (NYSE: LVLT) on Wednesday announced the acquisition of Los Angeles-based cybersecurity firm Black Lotus. Terms of the all-cash deal were not disclosed because the purchase is not expected to be material to Broomfield-based Level 3’s financials. Black Lotus, which has about 20 employees and annual revenue of less than $10 million, provides Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) mitigation services.

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    9. Wells Fargo tackles computer passwords

      Wells Fargo tackles computer passwords

      Wells Fargo is piloting technology that promises to eliminate cumbersome user names and passwords to access your bank accounts. The bank, which is the largest in Colorado, wants to one day offer customers the option of using biometric technology that relies on voice or facial recognition instead of passwords to access mobile banking on smartphones. "Our intention is that someday biometrics will eliminate passwords.

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    10. Veena Bricker appointed first chief human resources officer for Optiv Security

      Veena Bricker appointed first chief human resources officer for Optiv Security

      DENVER -- Accuvant and FishNet Security, which recently joined together to create Optiv Security, announced the appointment of Veena Bricker as the company’s first chief human resources officer. Bricker will be responsible for the company’s human capital strategy, including all aspects of leadership development and talent management. She will also play a critical role in shaping the culture of the new combined company as it moves into its next phase of growth.

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    11. Accuvant Names Denver Technology Veteran As HR Chief

      Denver-based Accuvant and Kansas-based FishNet Security--the two information security services providers that were recently acquired by Blackstone, and are still in the midst of being combined--said Thursday that they have named a longtime Denver technology veteran to head up its HR efforts. The company said it has named Veena Bricker as its Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Bricker is responsible for leadership development and talent management at the company.

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    12. Fort Collins tech company to provide data for police

      Fort Collins tech company to provide data for police

      Fort Collins Police Services. The nonprofit helps share relevant data between its member law enforcement agencies. "We all seek safer, stronger communities. Law enforcement data sharing and analysis supports that goal," CISC Manager David Shipley said in a statement. "Partners like Colorado's Numerica Corp. help the CISC lead this effort. Lumen's power helps officers expose, identify and arrest criminal offenders.

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