Tag Archives: Aspen Institute

Siemens Plans New STEM Education, Training Initiatives

Siemens‘ philanthropic arm has announced plans to launch new educational and training programs to boost student engagement in science, technology, engineering and math. The company said Thursday these initiatives will replace Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology that ended in 2017 after 19 years of providing annual scholarship opportunities to …

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SAP NS2’s Mark Testoni to Speak at Cambridge Cyber Summit

Mark Testoni, president and CEO of SAP National Security Services, will deliver a speech at the one-day Cambridge Cyber Summit, Delawareonline.com reported Wednesday. Jeff Mordock writes the cybersecurity conference will be held on Oct. 5 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and will cover various topics such as cyber attacks, privacy, cyber countermeasures and public-private …

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Intel Security, Aspen Institute Report on Cyber Challenges for Tech & Security Pros

A report by Intel Security (McAfee) and the Aspen Institute has outlined the cyber challenges facing North American and European technology and security professionals at critical infrastructure organizations amid recent major cyber attack incidents. The report indicated that while these professionals remain confident of their cyber defenses even as threats …

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Intel Security, Aspen Institute: Critical Infrastructure Firms Seek Public-Private Cyber Info Sharing

A survey report by Intel‘s security business and the Aspen Institute points to a rising demand for public-private partnerships on threat intelligence sharing among information technology decision-makers for critical infrastructure organizations. An article published Tuesday on Cyber Security Dojo reports that 86 percent of the 625 respondents in the multicountry survey …

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CEO Summer Reading List

Just in time for summer — it’s in: ExecutiveBiz’s annual, CEO Summer Reading List. This year, we’re jump-starting our list of book recommendations from some of the area’s top CEOs with a question: Why read books, anyway? Especially when you can get practically everything in quick hits, on the web, …

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