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    1. Why Panasonic picked Colorado to demo its high-tech traffic solution - Denver Business Journal

      Why Panasonic picked Colorado to demo its high-tech traffic solution - Denver Business Journal

      As was the case when the world’s self-driving truck delivery was made last week in Colorado, it’s no accident that Panasonic Corp. — a global electronics giant — chose Colorado for its first U.S. rollout of transportation technology and abilities to relieve traffic congestion that the company has demonstrated in Japan.

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    2. Fiona Arnold stepping down as Colorado's economic-development director

      Fiona Arnold stepping down as Colorado's economic-development director

      After two years heading the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Fiona Arnold is returning to the private sector, stepping down from her position as of Dec. 15. Arnold took over at the end of 2014 from Ken Lund, who oversaw one of the bigger periods of economic development in state history...

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    3. Colorado congressmen call for cybersecurity measures after hack attacks | U.S. House of Representatives

      Colorado congressmen call for cybersecurity measures after hack attacks | U.S. House of Representatives

      Last month, Perlmutter introduced a bill to provide incentives for businesses to fortify their computer systems against cyber-attacks. Called the Data Breach Insurance Act, it would offer a 15 percent tax credit to companies that buy data breach insurance and adopt the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework computer standard.

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    4. COIN announces new direction

      COIN announces new direction

      The Colorado Innovation Network (COIN) is announcing a new focus and direction to place Colorado at the forefront of the civic disruption conversation. The organization will concentrate on public sector innovation.COIN is a division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade with the mission of advancing connections in the global innovation ecosystem to place Colorado as a leader in innovation...

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    5. New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      The National Cybersecurity Center didn't have to go far to find its first CEO. The center's board selected Ed Rios, vice chairman of its Cyber Institute and a Colorado Springs-based cybersecurity consultant, to head the center as of Saturday.

      Board members unanimously selected Rios from 13 applicants, including two other finalists who were interviewed by the board, said Ed Anderson, the center's interim executive director...

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    6. Gardner To Introduce Legislation to Impose Sweeping Cyber Sanctions on Russia

      Gardner To Introduce Legislation to Impose Sweeping Cyber Sanctions on Russia

      Washington, DC – Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific, and International Cybersecurity, today announced his intention to introduce legislation that sanctions Russia’s cyber criminals following the Obama Administration’s public accusation that Russia authorized cyber-attacks on U.S. political organizations. 

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    7. Colorado Team Tackles Cybersecurity Awareness - Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology

      Colorado Team Tackles Cybersecurity Awareness - Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology

      October’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month is designed to make a dent in cyber crime by creating awareness about hackers and their latest techniques, and letting people know how they can protect themselves. Governor John Hickenlooper has proclaimed October Cyber Security Awareness month for Colorado.

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    8. The Durango Herald 09/23/2016 | Fort Lewis receives grants worth more than $3.5 million

      The Durango Herald 09/23/2016 | Fort Lewis receives grants worth more than $3.5 million

      Fort Lewis College will have ongoing funding worth $3.5 million over five years to boost its science, technology, engineering and math offerings, and provide support for Native American and first-generation college students. The U.S. Department of Education awarded the money, with half coming from the Title III, Native American-Serving, Nontribal Institution Program. 

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