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4 Reasons Millennials are Overlooking Cyber Security Careers

With some record-breaking and headline-grabbing cyber security breaches in 2015, security is top of mind for a large part of the population. However, if you ask millennials (people ages 18 to 26) how they view cyber security, you might get a different perspective. For this group of young adults – many of whom are about to enter the workforce – ...

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Washington SmartCEO Announces the 2016 Future 50 Award Winners

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Washington, DC (Oct. 30, 2015) — Washington SmartCEO and Headline Sponsor The Capitol Bay Group at Ameriprise Financial are pleased to announce the 2016 Future 50 Award winners. The program recognizes the region’s 50 fastest-growing mid-sized companies and 10 small Emerging Growth companies who have experienced outsized growth based on a combined three-year average of revenue and employee growth. The 2016 Future 50 ...

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3 Privacy Tips for Medical Personnel

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When you think of electronic personal health information (PHI), you probably think of a doctor keeping records on a patient and storing them in a database at their practice. In reality, however, PHI is an information source that reaches far beyond doctors’ offices. This data, and the rules protecting it, are a concern for a broad group of health care ...

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6 Bizarre Cyber Hacks of 2015

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2015 has been an eventful year in cyber security. It included some of the largest security breaches in history, as well as some of the most bizarre. From the MLB to the CIA, we’re taking a look back at some of the year’s biggest cyber security head-scratchers, shockers and enigmas. 1. Remote Controlled Jeep With automakers adding features you typically ...

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