Why are we reading a certification exam guide? Careers in cybersecurity are a driver of explosive job growth.
CTC is proud to welcome as a new member DEFTA Partners. DEFTA Partners joins at an important time for members engaged in BioCalifornia, our life sciences program.
How does an organization leverage the knowledge of its’ members/employees? The CTC has launched a core team to do exactly this: identify the CTC experts, facilitate the method/means to leverage their business wisdom - not only for each other’s benefit but for the benefit of our members and those we serve.
For this podcast, we go Inside the Founder's Studio with Tara Kochis-Stach of Slone Partners and Jonathan Norris of Silicon Valley Bank to discuss the financial trends in the medical diagnostics and research tools space.
Daymond takes an up close look at the hard-charging routines and winning secrets of individuals who have risen to the challenges in their lives and grinded their way to the very tops of their fields.
CTC is preparing a round of new benefits to launch in the near future. Many of these programs are driven by members themselves, engaging in our Member Exchange. This is one of many ways CTC members drive value.
CTC is proud to welcome as a new member Camargo Pharmaceutical Services. Camargo has guided more than 200 FDA approvals and works with product developers across more than 25 countries.
CalCISO convened in Santa Monica to hold the first meeting regarding its Women in Cyber Initiative. The meeting featured opportunities for stakeholders to engage in a variety of new programs, as well as highlighting career profiles of four women in the cybersecurity profession.
CTC is proud to welcome new member Avanir Pharmaceuticals. Avanir joins at an important time for members engaged in BioCalifornia, our life sciences program.
The combined boards of all CTC initiatives met jointly for an abbreviated annual retreat during JP Morgan and CES week. Included were board participants from every initiative across CTC, from our scientific advisory board to BioCalifornia to Clean Acres and the new Women in Cyber program, among others.
Join CalCISO in Santa Monica on Monday, January 29th for this special meeting as we launch our new Women in Cyber Program.
It's that time of year. A Christmas Carol has been made and re-made countless times. We found a new twist in a debut novel.
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.