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    1. Catalyst Campus will be an engine for community betterment

      Catalyst Campus will be an engine for community betterment

      The metaphor is just good to ignore.

      The home for Colorado Springs' new Catalyst Campus for Technology & Innovation is a former train depot. And just as the old Santa Fe Railroad launched many thousands of travelers on their way over the years, so it is expected that Catalyst will put new tech companies and their highly skilled, well-paid employees on track for success.

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    2. Denver startup accelerator SecureSet forms to launch cybersecurity sucesses

      Denver startup accelerator SecureSet forms to launch cybersecurity sucesses

      A new startup accelerator aims to do something not done by other efforts to help tech companies get started — offer advice from larger companies that could be a future partner or acquirer.

      The SecureSet Accelerator is an offshoot of the SecureSet Academy, a cybersecurity training program that just graduated its first class of trainees. The SecureSet organizations share space in Denver’s booming River North neighborhood.

      The accelerator will accept applications from candidate startups later…

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    3. Tech campus 'a new chapter' for Colorado Springs

      Tech campus 'a new chapter' for Colorado Springs

      The old is making way for the new in downtown Colorado Springs.

      With the snip of a ceremonial ribbon at Tuesday's official opening of the Catalyst Campus for Innovation and Technology, what was once the early 20th century-era Santa Fe railroad station became one of several buildings that will house a coalition of startups at work on the latest developments in cybersecurity, space, defense and manufacturing technologies.

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    4. Colorado springs focused on being cybersecurity industry hub

      Colorado springs focused on being cybersecurity industry hub

      COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Colorado Springs' economic future could depend on how it fits within an emerging industry to tackle hackers.

      Millions, even billions, of dollars could be in the offing for the cities that become cybersecurity central in the United States, the Gazette reported...

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    5. Optiv buys California company, expanding its cybersecurity reach

      Optiv buys California company, expanding its cybersecurity reach

      Denver-based Optiv Security Inc. has acquired another cybersecurity business to get deeper into identity management technologies and give Optiv a presence in India. Optiv bought Advancive Technology Solutions, a Pasadena, California-based identity management consultancy. The transaction, which closed Friday, was announced Tuesday afternoon. Terms were not disclosed. The deal adds Advancive’s 35 identity management specialists to the 50 people at Optiv working on identity management.

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    6. Colorado Springs campus hoping to be an economic force, attract cybersecurity businesses

      Colorado Springs campus hoping to be an economic force, attract cybersecurity businesses

      To its developers, Catalyst Campus is more than just a business park. It is a tool to bring companies that will create hundreds of jobs and millions of dollars in federal government contracts to Colorado Springs.

      The O'Neil Group Co. and its partners have invested $10 million in buying, remodeling and upgrading the technology of the former Santa Fe Railroad station and two adjacent buildings at 555-559 E. Pikes Peak Ave. And they expect to spend up to $10 million more to complete the work - making the campus one of Colorado's most technologically advanced.

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    7. Springs focused on being hub of industry | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Springs focused on being hub of industry | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Colorado Springs’ economic future could depend on how it fits within an emerging industry to tackle hackers. Millions, even billions, of dollars could be in the offing for the cities that become cybersecurity central in the United States. All that money is tied to changes in how the military and industry address cybersecurity — the protection of computers and online networks from crooks, enemy armies and disgruntled individuals who can cause mayhem on the Internet.

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