San Antonio cybersecurity experts spoke Tuesday about the looming cyber threat in light of escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
Will Hurd, the retiring Republican congressman, plans to work in the nexus between technology and national security. Here’s what that might look like.
City Council gave the Airport Advisory Commission the go-ahead Wednesday to proceed with plans for a multimillion-dollar airport expansion.
A recent study concludes that the current location could be built out to accommodate the airport’s growing needs over the next 50 years.
Many business and tourism travelers say San Antonio International Airport lacks direct flights to and from other major cities.
The WanaCrypt or WannaCry ransomware strain is a type of malicious software that infects computers and blocks access to data until a ransom is paid.
Mostly large financial companies running multiple applications and vulnerability scanners globally use Threadfix, a vulnerability resolution platform.
The excitement was palpable Thursday morning as City, County and tech leaders streamed into the Geekdom Event Center in the Rand Building downtown.
The San Antonio Economic Development Foundation (SAEDF) has recruited two new executive committee members, John Dickson and Jeff Ruiz, expanding its governing body from 13 to 15 members.
Without much fanfare, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce has entered the economic development space with a new initiative to grow the city’s cybersecurity industry outside the traditional channels of the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation.