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RFPIO is on fast track to success

Congratulations to our fantastic clients at RFPIO on their exciting announcement yesterday! RFPIO has secured $25 million from K1 Investment Management to help them continue to revolutionize the proposal management industry. K1 is going to be a great strategic partner for RFPIO. We believe that RFPIO will be the next DocuSign and we’re enjoying helping them with their public relations and…

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Cryptojacking is on the rise

Are you surprised that five new security threats popped up every second in Q1 of 2018? According to research from McAfee, that’s the truth. What’s scary is that cryptojacking – the secret use of your computing device to mine cryptocurrency – is on the rise. In other cybersecurity news of the week, citizens are very concerned…

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Will U.S. elections be secure?

Based on all we’ve heard about the cybersecurity issues surrounding the 2016 U.S.  election, are you concerned about the upcoming midterm elections? Congress recently approved over $380 million for states to secure their election systems so perhaps there is hope. Yet at the same time, the Trump administration just eliminated the cybersecurity coordinator position on the National…

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PacStar Wins Technology Company of the Year Award for Growth

Congratulations to our client PacStar for being named as the Technology Company of the Year for Growth by the Technology Association of Oregon. Now in its 34th year, the Oregon Technology Awards recognize the state’s most outstanding companies. The winners of the 2018 Oregon Technology Awards were selected from a wide spectrum of industries within the various…

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Technology companies stand up to cyberwarfare

While most of the cybersecurity headlines talk about personal security, we can’t forget that governments continue to play a dangerous game of cyberwarfare. However, many leading technology companies aren’t standing by and letting their technology be used by rogue governments for cyberwarfare activities. Microsoft and Facebook, among many others, recently announced that they would not…

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