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CyberMaryland 2013 at the Baltimore Convention Center [Events]

The third CyberMaryland conference kicks off on Tuesday featuring companies and cybersecurity leaders from around the region.

The third CyberMaryland conference kicks off on Tuesday at the Baltimore Convention Center. On Wednesday is another installment of the Columbia TechBreakfast. And on Wednesday night, head to Fab Lab Baltimore to create your own wood engraving.
CyberMaryland 2013: The region’s premier cybersecurity conference returns for a third year starting Tuesday. Cybersecurity companies will be on hand to talk to potential employees. Students from area colleges will compete in cyber-themed challenges. And the deputy director of the National Security Agency will be on hand to assure us all that the government isn’t spying on Americans. Tuesday, Oct. 8 and Wednesday, Oct. 9, 7:30 a.m. Baltimore Convention Center, One W. Pratt St., Downtown West, Baltimore city. REGISTER. Prices vary by industry.
Columbia TechBreakfast: Another installment in the monthly startup showcase. Among the startups presenting in AccelerateBaltimore 2013 graduate Artichoke. Wednesday, Oct. 9, 8 a.m. Loyola University Maryland Columbia Campus, 8890 McGaw Rd., Howard County. RSVP. FREE.
Fab Lab Baltimore Meetup: Make your own wood engraving using the ShopBot CNC router at the Fab Lab Baltimore, located on the Catonsville campus of the Community College of Baltimore County. Wednesday, Oct. 9, 4:30 p.m. Fab Lab Baltimore, CCBC Catonsville, 800 S. Rolling Rd., Baltimore County. RSVP. FREE.

Companies: Community College of Baltimore County / Baltimore Convention Center / TechBreakfast

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