Former NSA official headlines cyber speaker series [Links Roundup]

Also: The release of a legislative report on Maryland's business climate has been pushed back till February.

NSA headquarters at Fort Meade. (Photo by Flickr user quinn norton, used under a Creative Commons license)

Under Armour’s new fitness tracking app syncs with devices from phones to Fitbits [Baltimore Business Journal]: “A year after Under Armour Inc. acquired MapMyFitness, the Baltimore sportswear maker launched its own digital fitness platform.”
Former NSA official to kick off Maryland cyber speaker series [MDBIZ News]: “Our increasingly connected world brings new opportunities for businesses, organizations and government agencies—along with new vulnerabilities. Fortunately, Maryland’s cybersecurity industry is leading the nation in developing products and services to defend against Internet threats.”
Maryland business climate recommendations delayed until February [Baltimore Business Journal]: “It shouldn’t be too much longer before a legislator-backed committee reports on its study of Maryland’s business climate — even if that committee’s original deadline has come and gone.”

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