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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-
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