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CyberMaryland 2017: Media Recap

The 2017 CyberMaryland Conference, held on October 11-12 at the Baltimore Convention Center, attracted more than 90 speakers from across the U.S. and abroad. The two-day event showcased thought-leaders, including Maryland Governor Larry Hogan; U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen; Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh; NSA Deputy Director, George Barnes; U.S. Cyber Command Director of Corporate Partnerships and Technology, Capt. Ed Devinney; Cofounder of Gula Tech Adventures, Ron Gula and McAfee VP, Brett Kelsey.


The conference’s theme, “Leading the Cyber Generation,” exemplifies the event’s goal of providing a platform where industry leaders can collaborate and educate future cyber warriors with one objective in mind – the protection of public and private critical infrastructures.

This year’s event offered eight forums and more than 25 sessions. It attracted media coverage from The Baltimore Business Journal, The Daily Record, WBAL-TV, Fox 45 Baltimore, The Cyberwire and more.



The Baltimore Business Journal (Subscription)Why apprenticeships may trump degrees in cyber employment – October 12, 2017

The Baltimore Business Journal (Subscription)What Maryland is doing to attract foreign cyber firms to the state – October 12, 2017

Insider MediaCyber Trade Mission Returns to USA – October 10, 2017

The Daily Record (Subscription)Md. government and businesses urged to prepare for cyberattacks – October 11, 2017


Event Organizer, David Powell, Chief Financial Officer, Federal Business Council, Inc. receives proclamation from Maryland Governor Larry Hogan

The Business Desk.comAmerican trade mission highlights region’s cyber expertise – October 10, 2017


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FOX 45 BaltimoreGovernor Hogan Speaks at CyberMaryland Conference – October 11, 2017

University of Maryland University College (UMUC)Diversity Panel – October 11, 2017


The CyberWireRecap of select sessions – October 12, 2017


LinkedIn – CyberMaryland 2017 – Diana R. Logan – October 12, 2017

Midlands Engine Cyber – The Midlands Grow Cyber State Side – October 19, 2017

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