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Cybersecurity startup Riskive is changing its name to ZeroFox, according to the Baltimore Business Journal. In September, as Technical.ly Baltimore reported, Riskive moved into a 8,000-square-foot office on the third floor of 1111 Light Street, after spending eight months inside the Betamore incubator, located one floor above.
Illness-mapping startup Sickweather was interviewed by the CBS affiliate in Dallas. Listen to the interview with CEO Graham Dodge here.-30-
This Md. cyber company is working to protect local nonprofits from ransomware
Facet Wealth adds Grove’s financial planning business
VoiceVibes’ speech coaching platform is now available on Zoom’s app marketplace
What Asymmetrik is doing to help lead healthcare’s digital transformation
NextStep Robotics receives $1M through NIH agreement
Power Moves: Leadership changes at CAMI and Maryland Momentum Fund
UMBC and UMB are joining forces to protect and probe medical data
Verizon is looking for the brightest ideas on how to use its 5G technology
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