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Calling all cyber defenders
Bruce Schneier: There are three big threats to cybersecurity — and one defense
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BetaBoston partnered with Silicon Valley Bank, Hack/Reduce, and Terrible Labs on Thursday to host the Cyber Security Symposium. Security experts from Credit Suisse, Threat Stack, Bit9 and others convened for a day-long event, the second niche-focused conference put together by SVB, Atlas Venture's Cort Johnson and Terrible Labs' Smith Anderson after the Quantified Self Conference in March. Read More
Helping Hands
Governor Patrick, Mayor Walsh officially make Wednesday 'Tech Gives Back Day'
Governor Deval Patrick, Mayor Martin J. Walsh and MassChallenge's Ryan Walsh , at MassChallenge
City of Boston Mayor Martin Walsh has issued a proclamation making Wednesday "Tech Gives Back Day" in the city. Last week, Governor Deval Patrick, also proclaimed that September 10, will be Tech Gives Back Day for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Read More
Boston Tech helping the community
TUGG's Tech Gives Back day right around the corner, with new SVB partnership
Image via TUGG
Boston innovation community non-profit, Technology Underwriting Greater Good, will be holding its fourth annual Tech Gives Back day on Wednesday, Sept. 10. This year, the day-long event—at which employees of local tech companies fan out across Greater Boston to help charities with various projects—will feature a new co-host, Silicon Valley Bank. Read More
Moving Pieces in Boston Tech
Cort Johnson joins Atlas Venture and SVB's Smith Anderson joins Terrible Labs
(image via Mike Schneider -@schneidermike)
Cort Johnson is one of those entrepreneurs in Boston that not only seems to have his finger on the pulse of everything that is happening in the city, but also is well-respected and admired by almost everyone from venture capitalists to CEOs to software developers to budding founders. Read More