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Five Questions With: Nathan Viveiros

Nathan Viveiros, founder and CEO of ThinkTech Computers Inc. in Fairhaven, highly recommends businesses work with a managed-services provider as a cost-effective way to...

The World is Getting Sick of Cyberattacks

With the pandemic entering its second year, humankind needs everything to go right with the deployment of vaccines to help us limit the damage...

Albuquerque named to Security magazine’s Top Cybersecurity Leaders

EXETER – Jason Albuquerque, chief information officer and chief security officer for Carousel Industries of North America Inc. in Exeter, was named to Security...
THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND has been added to the National Science Foundation’s CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service program.

URI named to National Science Foundation’s CyberCorps program; will award scholarships...

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island announced Thursday that it is one of six universities across the U.S. being added to the...

Langevin targets cybersecurity risk at Feb. 22 online manufacturing workshop

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association, Polaris MEP and Vertikal6 Inc. will host a free virtual workshop on Feb. 22, “Manufacturing Cybersecurity: A...

KMS Solutions, LLC Awarded $50.8 Million Support Services Contract for Program...

On January 25, 2021, KMS Solutions, LLC was awarded a $50.8 million, five-year contract to provide Program Management, Systems Engineering, and Technical Assistance (SETA)...

Five Questions With: Rebecca Chhim

A senior scientist and technical manager, Rebecca Chhim has been named director of Cybersecurity Undersea Warfare Combat System Integration for Submarines and Undersea Warfare...

Five Questions With: Matt Cullina

Identity protection, identity-theft recovery and breach-services company CyberScout has staff members in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Matt Cullina, executive vice president of strategic partnerships...

Online education could threaten students’ privacy

An online “proctor” who can survey a student’s home and manipulate the mouse on their computer as the student takes an exam. A remote-learning...
WELL-ROUNDED: NeQter Labs CEO Richard Astle says he learned the importance of hiring “people smarter than me” to offset his areas of weakness and strengthen the software company, which he said has had its best year ever in 2020. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

NeQter provides sweet solutions to protect companies from cyberattacks

That the “NeQter” in NeQter Labs is an abbreviated ­version of the term “network quantifier” is a play on words few outside the tech...

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