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This editorial article is a part of Technical.ly's Growing Industries month.
It’s April, which means we at Technical.ly have growing industries on the brain.
Why cyber? The talent coming out of Maryland’s government and education institutions draws comparisons to natural resources for what insiders say is its plentiful nature and rare prowess. We’ve written about how entrepreneurship and job growth can help shape further growth. What’s already here are companies that have been among the first to tread new ground, and several that have posted some of the biggest exits of the last few years. We’re looking to tell stories that show how the industry works, and who is guiding it along.
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P.S. We’ll be publishing a glossary of tricky cybersecurity terms later in the month; think offensive vs. defensive, packet, breach, ransomware, phishing, DDoS. Email reporter Stephen Babcock with suggestions of others to include (firstname.lastname@example.org).-30-
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