(July 4, 2017—ANNAPOLIS, Md.) Amidst cyber attacks headlining recent news reports, Governor Hogan announced a glimmer of hope for the future of cyber security with the establishment of an international cybersecurity center in Maryland.
The center, through the Maryland Department of Commerce and University of Maryland Baltimore County’s bwtech@UMBC’s Research & Technology Park, will bring more than 100 new jobs to Maryland within the next few years.
Its goal will be to aid international expansion for businesses within the cyber industry through incubators, executive training sessions and additional support.
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