CTC member UC Davis was honored for 2017 Innovation of the Year at the Sacramento Business Journal's 2nd Annual Regional Innovation Awards.
It's Thanksgiving, and it doesn't take much to remind us to be grateful for the CTC community.
As CTC member PwC has identified, the number of women working in the US information security profession is just 14% of the information security workforce. The gap is roughly double the shortage of women in IT professions in general.
In part one of a special series putting the Startup Spotlight on Riverside, California, we speak to Dr. Paul Zorner about the computational biology startup Sensorygen. Dr. Zorner describes the company's early efforts as we begin to take a closer look at the unique startups originating from California's Inland Empire.
Drawing from psychology, neuroscience, technology, economics, philosophy, politics, and law, author Mark White explains how and why the individual has been devalued in the eyes of scholars, government leaders, and the public.
By the end of an average day in the early twenty-first century, human beings searching the internet will amass eight trillion gigabytes of data.
CalCISO is proud to be live with the California Threat Exchange. CTX offers strong multi-sector participation in real-time threat-sharing among members.
CTC is proud to welcome Jeff Peterson to its executive board.
IGen refers to the generation of kids born in the mid-1990s, and they are the first generation to grow up with mobile phones accessible on a daily basis. Ubiquitous technology is changing their lives.
Before the benefits of Smart Cities have had time to materialize, autonomous vehicles are on the horizon. Join us in Los Angeles on September 27th for First Pitch, Land, Sea + Air as we consider all these issues and hear from emerging companies driving these issues.