A Virginia-based technology considering San Antonio for its new cybersecurity operations hub has received economic incentive dollars.
Stepping into new roles championing San Antonio’s cybersecurity sector, Will Garrett and Amanda Keammerer discuss plans for building “Cyber City, USA.”
David Monroe invented the cellphone camera, but he’s not a household name – even in the city he’s called home for decades.
UTSA has begun developing its National Security Collaboration Center in a 25,000-square-foot temporary space.
Boeing, which builds Air Force One planes in West San Antonio was awarded a $3.9 billion contract Thursday to design, build, test, and deliver two new Presidential aircraft by 2024.
Perschbach, who came on board in 2014 as the Port’s executive vice president of business development, was named president and CEO Wednesday.
Lockheed Martin, which was set to leave Port San Antonio, has done an about-face to become the first tenant for Port San Antonio’s Project Tech.
The leaders of two economic engines in South San Antonio emphasized collaboration – not contentiousness – to drive further growth of the local economy.
Northrop Grumman, one of the world’s largest defense contractors, has opened a 7,700-square-foot cybersecurity shop in San Antonio.
Port San Antonio executive Jim Perschbach has been tapped to lead the 1,900-acre manufacturing, logistics, aerospace, and cybersecurity hub.