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CyberMontana Advances University of Montana’s Mission to be Cybersecurity Hub for Treasure State

CyberMontana offers Montanans access to K-12 cyber education, hosts STEM summer camps for aspiring cyber professionals, security awareness training, as well as supports UM’s cybersecurity degree programs.

Can Funding Counties Directly Help Them Overcome Their Biggest Problems?

Thousands of county officials came to Washington, D.C., to make the case with Congress that funding counties directly is the best way to improve lives across the country’s diverse rural and urban communities.

Sip, Savor, Code Kalispell – 3/14 –

Join us in supporting Code Girls United’s mission across Montana, empowering Tomorrow’s Innovators. Where Coding, Technology, and Business Unite!

Science vs. social media: Why climate change denial still thrives online

Social media is still not doing enough to stop misinformation denying the existence and causes of climate change. 

Here’s how to avoid malware, safely charge your phone in public while traveling – Don’t use public USBs – just outlets

Welcome to the newest phase of juice-jacking. The phenomenon has been around for more than 10 years. Hackers use public phone charging to upload malware to your devices. Then, they ransom your phone or steal your passwords.

What Your VPN Knows About You – And May Not Be Telling You

In reality, a VPN that logs its users could land your private data on everything from the black web to government watch lists.

What states are doing to try to limit social media for teens

While the report found some benefits of social media among youth, it also found “ample indicators that social media can also have a profound risk of harm” to the mental health and well-being of children.

The SBA’s $5.8 Million Growth Accelerator Fund is Looking to Recharge Research and Development for Small Businesses

The two-phase competition is taking applications from institutions and other organizations that create programmes which can boost small businesses in sectors such as manufacturing and biotechnology

Montana communities selected to participate in MSU Extension’s Reimagining Rural Program

The Reimagining Rural virtual gathering includes three statewide sessions on Jan. 29, Feb. 12 and Feb. 26. Those sessions are broadcast via Zoom to groups gathered in person in participating towns. Following each session’s speakers, local groups hold facilitated conversations about how new ideas might work in their communities.

GFDA Upcoming Trainings: Cybersecurity, Starting a Business Simplified and Government Contracting!

Strengthening America’s Supply Chain Together  January 11  11 Am-Noon