Murphy explores workplace shortages during NGA panel
During the Winter Meeting of the National Governors Association, Govs. Phil Murphy and Greg Gianforte, of Montana, joined participants from Microsoft, Cognizant and AECOM for a discussion addressing solutions for the issue.
Cyber-hack could land companies in hot seat
Medical professionals are legally bound to keep patient information confidential, so an attack that leaks this data could mean big headaches for health care providers.
Will computing advances mean the end of digital privacy?
Quantum computing – a revolutionary new approach in technology – may also give hackers the ability to crack open just about any kind of digital “safe." We spoke with some cybersecurity experts to find out what’s ahead.
Big events can be a bonanza for cybercriminals
Businesses have embraced e-commerce, but hackers keep finding new ways to fleece consumers and businesses who’ve let their guard down.
Brillio adds Narula as global head of BFSI
Bringing more than 20 years of leadership experience to the role, Navneet Narula will oversee the Banking, Financial Services & Insurance unit for the Edison-based company.
NJBIZ Conversations: Sejal Lakhani-Bhatt
The TechWerxe CEO describes how she left the banking industry for the IT world, what the latest threat environment looks like, and what businesses should be doing to keep their technology and data safe.
TECH INTELLIGENCE: Application denied
Many apps are useful and often available at little or no charge. But IT support services professionals know that the convenience they offer does have a price: the user’s personal information.
Business leaders grow concerned about internal cybersecurity breaches
A new survey from EisnerAmper finds that many believe the next incident will come from the inside. Even still, just half of respondents said they are conducting training on a regular basis.
GridMatrix, Port Authority launch AI traffic initiative for Hudson crossings
A pilot program will apply cloud-computing and artificial intelligence to improve operations and study traffic analytics on the Lincoln Tunnel, Holland Tunnel and George Washington Bridge.
MikeWorldWide adds Freehold PR firm to its team
Founded in 1992, the technology-focused MRB Public Relations Inc. grew 174% in 2022, according to the buyer.
Fiserv leverages corporate citizenship to create pipeline of tech talent (slideshow)
The Fortune 500 company has been making waves in New Jersey since at least September 2021, when it received a $109 million tax incentive award from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority to open a new office in Berkeley Heights.
TECH INTELLIGENCE: Do not spend more
The theme at the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show may have been “shiny, exciting, and easy to buy,” but for many businesses in 2023 – struggling with rising prices and supply chain challenges – the theme could perhaps be described as, “do more with what you have already got.”