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    1. 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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    2. 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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    3. 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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    4. 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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    5. 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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    6. 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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    7. ViaWest Launches Thought Leadership Webinar Series on IT Security

      ViaWest Launches Thought Leadership Webinar Series on IT Security

      As Security Threats Mount, ViaWest Arms Businesses Across Energy, Financial, SaaS and E-Commerce Industries With Proven Practices to Protect Their Infrastructure DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Jun 3, 2015) - ViaWest, a leading hybrid colocation provider in North America, announces the launch of its thought leadership webinar series focused on IT security aimed at helping businesses mitigate risk and protect against data breaches.

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    8. Former Fort Collins Avago Technologies employee charged with espionage

      Former Fort Collins Avago Technologies employee charged with espionage

      SAN FRANCISCO — Federal prosecutors have charged six Chinese nationals, including three who earned advanced degrees from the University of Southern California, with stealing wireless technology from a pair of U.S. companies. Hao Zhang, Wei Pang and Huisui Zhang met at the university and conspired to steal technology from Skyworks Solutions Inc. and Avago Technologies soon after graduating in 2006, federal prosecutors said.

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    9. Colorado man claims controversial hacker-for-hire site HackersList.com

      Colorado man claims controversial hacker-for-hire site HackersList.com

      EL PASO COUNTY —

      A southern Colorado man stepped out from behind a mysterious veil this week to claim responsibility for a controversial — and popular — computer hacker-for-hire website raising eyebrows around the globe.

      Charles Tendell, who owns the Denver Tech Center-based firm Azorian Cyber Security, admitted this week he is the father of HackersList.com, which allows users to peddle their technological dirty work to the lowest bidder.

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    10. Merged Accuvant-FishNet Security hire first CIO

      Merged Accuvant-FishNet Security hire first CIO

      The company formed by the merger of Denver-based Accuvant Inc. and Overland Park, Kansas-based FishNet Security Inc. has hired a new chief information officer. The CIO is a newly created role for the two companies, which announced their plans to merge in November and said the combined company will be based in metro Denver. The company will be rebranded as Optiv Security. New CIO Anthony Crutcher will be responsible for Optiv Security's IT vision, strategy and execution. Crutcher most recently…

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    11. Gamma 2 Robotics gets $3.5M infusion from Foxlink Group electronics maker

      Gamma 2 Robotics gets $3.5M infusion from Foxlink Group electronics maker

      DENVER -- Gamma 2 Robotics, developers of the world's first commercially available security robot, announced it has closed on a $3.5 million Series A financing led by Foxlink Group, a Taiwan-based electronics manufacturer with 2014 revenues of $3 billion. The latest financing brings the company's total venture funding over the last nine months to $4.45 million.

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    12. Bitcoin tech, fed's 'Death Master File' power Denver-based Blockchain's self-executing wills

      Bitcoin tech, fed's 'Death Master File' power Denver-based Blockchain's self-executing wills

      T he U.S. Social Security office has a little-discussed tool called the Death Master File. The cloud-based Web service's 86 million records — complete with third-party Android and iOS mobile apps— include verified reports of death, and can be used to verify that benefits recipients are still among the living.

      Denver-based Blockchain Apparatus has built software that uses the blockchain technology behind bitcoin to create “self-executing” wills based on those Social Security records.

      We…

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    13. InternetReputation offers PrivacyGuard to remove harmful personal info

      InternetReputation offers PrivacyGuard to remove harmful personal info

      DENVER -- InternetReputation.com announced upgrades to its PrivacyGuard program allowing people to remove more data-sharing websites. PrivacyGuard is designed to remove pesky, private, personal information from more than 100 data-sharing websites. InternetReputation said sites like Spokeo and Whitepages, for example, scrape data from sources most consumers assume is private, such as tax records and property ownership, that can be obtained through a simple Google search.

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    14. Denver Startup ProtectWise Uses Cloud to Create Safety in Numbers

      Denver Startup ProtectWise Uses Cloud to Create Safety in Numbers

      Michael Davidson

      It’s a truism in the computer security world that the bad guys have gained the upper hand. Just think about all the major security breaches over the past few years for evidence.

      The black hats’ victories have led doomsayers like FBI director James Comey’s to say that “There are two kinds of big companies in the United States. There are those who’ve been hacked … and those who don’t know they’ve been hacked.”

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    15. With $17M ProtectWise comes out of stealth to take on the world of cybersecurity

      With $17M ProtectWise comes out of stealth to take on the world of cybersecurity
      ProtectWise
      Target, Home Depot, and Sony are just a few of the many corporations in America suffering big computer systems hacks in the last 12 months. So bad has the cybersecurity landscape become that many hacked corporations still have not figured out what was stolen from them. The irony is, corporations were once running to embrace the Internet as a means of greater efficiency and better customer service.
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