IDAHO DIGITAL LEARNING ACADEMY: Building Idaho's future workforce
by Malcolm Hong
by Malcolm Hong
Of all the vulnerabilities, human error plays an even larger role in business security breaches today compared to two years ago, especially for companies in maturing economies. To counter those threats approximately nine in 10 firms are now employing security training to assess or improve knowledge among employees, according to CompTIA's International Trends in Cybersecurity report.
Computer science provides a foundation for virtually any career. It’s the art of blending human ideas and digital tools. Computer scientists work in so many different areas: writing apps for phones, curing diseases, creating animated movies, working on social media, building robots that explore other planets and so much more. That’s why Idaho Digital Learning is challenging all Idaho students to an “Hour of Code.”
Raptor Pro revolutionizes the portable solar market as the world’s first solar powered quick charger.
Idaho Cybersecurity: Gone Phishing
hosted by the Idaho Central Credit Union
November 17th from 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Idaho Central Credit Union Headquarters located at 4400 Central Way, Chubbuck, Idaho.
Get ready for the third chapter in the book of Silicon Valley.
During the first chapter, innovation in Silicon Valley was about atoms, carving up silicon wafers into the electronic transistors that started the computing revolution. The second one, more ethereal, brought the triumph of internet services like Facebook and Google.
Application deadline for space in the Idaho Pavilion at the CeBIT international technology trade show in Hannover, Germany, March 20-24, 2017, has been extended until November 14th! Grant or discounted space available (see below for details)!
POWERING THE CLEAN ENERGY ECONOMY
$50-$300K vouchers for small to medium size clean energy companies - Apply by Nov. 10
Are you a U.S. owned small to medium size business (500 or less employees) developing clean energy technology? You have an opportunity to receive $50K to $300K in technical assistance from Idaho National Labs and other U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) labs through the Small Business Vouchers Pilot (SBV).