cybersecurity

‘Decision Critical’ – Four ESG Themes Investors Should Be Aware of Right Now

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We’re often asked about the most important ESG themes that investors should consider. As bottom-up, active managers, we unsurprisingly tend to focus on those issues that are most material for each investment case. That said, there are several overarching ESG topics that we believe are increasingly important for investors to be aware of right now. 

1) Carbon Disclosure – pressure to improve

Booz Allen’s Anil Markose on the Need for Enterprise-wide Understanding of Cybersecurity

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Booz Allen senior vice president Anil Markose spoke about the need for enterprise-wide understanding of cybersecurity at a meeting of the Cyber Fellows Advisory Council at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, saying, “If you look back 20 years ago...everyone had to have some sort of IT skills because everyone was interfacing with a computer or some sort of technology. This is what’s happening right now in cyber.”

Booz Allen Study Sheds Light on Cyber Talent Shortage and C-Suite Accountability in the New Age of Security Threats

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A new survey by Booz Allen Hamilton confirms what IT leaders have long suspected: many organizations do not have the cybersecurity staff in place to fully protect themselves from evolving threats.

Booz Allen’s Patricia Goforth: Engineering Discipline, Agility Key to Fighting Cyber Threats

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In recognition of Women’s History Month, Booz Allen Hamilton is turning the spotlight on some of its most influential women leaders. Meet Patricia Goforth, who leads the firm’s engineering and science business for defense and intelligence clients. Patricia and her team focus on design, development and deployment of engineering, science and C4ISR solutions to meet clients’ mission critical goals.

Cyberheroes: An Opportunity We Can’t Afford to Ignore

by Harbrinder Kang, Senior Director, Corporate Affairs
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Digital innovation is one of the most exciting opportunities of our time. It seems like the futuristic depictions that once felt fictitious are quickly becoming reality. We can video call on our watches, cars can drive themselves, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) help us find victims amidst fire and rubble, and a virtual global office brings colleagues across the world together in a click.

Curiosity, Exploration and Community – How I Paved My Own Path to a Cybersecurity Career

by Jennie Kam, Security Researcher, Security and Trust Organization
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I like to say that I didn’t really choose a career in cybersecurity – it chose me. The field naturally suits my personality, which has always been safety conscious. My cybersecurity journey began at Georgia Tech Research Institute, where my work exposed me to the challenges of using electronic systems to secure physical spaces. Intrigued, I wanted to build on that insight, so after graduation I looked for a job in the embedded systems space that would keep me on my toes. It didn’t occur to me that the expansive field of cybersecurity largely intersects with embedded systems.

T. Rowe Price Sponsors Local Cybersecurity Programs to Grow Baltimore's Cybersecurity Workforce

University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Loyola Blakefield Receive Donations to Cybersecurity Programs to Further STEM Education and Research
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February 6, 2018 /3BL Media/ - T. Rowe Price Group (NASDAQ-GS: TROW) announced today that the firm’s information security team made financial contributions to two local cybersecurity programs in an effort to support science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and research specifically in cybersecurity. University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) Center for Cybersecurity received $60,000 and Loyola Blakefield received $25,000.

Student Wins Cyber Challenge With App to Test Cybersecurity Knowledge

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Booz Allen recently teamed up with the Student Veterans of America (SVA) and Portfolium to host its first-ever online cyber challenge and are thrilled to name the winner—Alison Wood, a student at Carthage College.

Data and Partnerships Serve as the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Smarter Cities

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The insights uncovered in Black & Veatch’s 2018 Strategic Directions: Smart Cities & Utilities Report demonstrate a growing awareness among communities and utilities that modern, digital infrastructure such as data collection networks, infrastructure automation and advanced communication systems are the key components of today’s smart city initiatives. It is only through these systems that cities and utilities can optimize operations to realize the promise of the smart city – and create a sustainable future.

Funding, Preparation and Culture Keys to Securing Critical Infrastructure and Systems

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In Washington, D.C., the Trump administration’s focus on infrastructure investment has gained growing attention in the energy sector and intensified dialogue about how these assets are protected from both cyber and physical attack. To get a better sense of the risk environment, the administration issued an executive order in May mandating an assessment of the country’s resilience against cyber attacks.

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