U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo) highlighted two new programs that could benefit San Antonio’s military mission in the final federal spending bill.
Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr., a Sam Houston High School graduate, told students at the school’s Cyber P-Tech program about his path to becoming an astronaut.
Cybersecurity was a major theme at the Texas Municipal League Conference in light of an August ransomware attack.
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said Tuesday during a tour of UTSA’s National Security Collaboration Center that the university is an important resource for the state’s growing cybersecurity industry.
Ring revealed on Wednesday that it partners with more than 400 law enforcement agencies to help them ask Ring device users for video footage.
UTSA professor Greg White is an advocate for greater information-sharing to strengthen the nation’s defenses against cyberattacks.
A week after more than 20 local governments in Texas were attacked in a mass ransomware event, U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro said it’s time for legislators to act.
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New data shows a considerable shortage in qualified IT talent, but experts say San Antonio’s talent pool is relatively healthy.
Global IT firm Accenture is expanding its local presence with a new Cyber Center and the injection of 500 full-time jobs in technology and cybersecurity.