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Technology

On the scene at Propelify 2022 (slideshow)

The annual innovation festival returned to Maxwell Place Park in Hoboken Oct. 6, and NJBIZ editor Jeffrey Kanige and reporter Matthew Fazelpoor were on hand to take in the all-star lineup of speakers, more than 70 exhibitors, onsite investors taking pitches and startup competitions.

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cybersecurity

CLOSING ENTRY: Don’t ignore patches

This technology are updates that software or operating system vendors issue to fix performance bugs or to provide enhanced security features. There is typically no added charge for a patch, and the installation and updates generally do not interfere with ongoing operations.

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Health Tech Panel

Pandemic spurs wider tech adoption in health care

COVID-19 "was really the impetus – or the catalyst – to get us moving with technology,” said Caregility Vice President of Marketing Bryan Schnepf during an NJBIZ panel discussion on the topic. Now, "if we don’t take advantage of the momentum that we built up right now, shame on us.”

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Health Tech Panel

Panelists explore evolving role of tech in health care

“The pandemic was really the impetus – or the catalyst – to get us moving with technology," explained Caregility Vice President of Marketing Bryan Schnepf, who was joined by speakers from Hackensack Meridian Health, CentralReach and the National Association of Social Workers – New Jersey Chapter. “Getting it really adopted was a problem. We needed a crisis like the pandemic to really kick us forward, and if we don’t take advantage of the momentum that we built up right now, shame on us.”

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Bitcoin

Celsius CEO Mashinsky steps down

“I regret that my continued role ... has become an increasing distraction, and I am very sorry about the difficult financial circumstances members of our community are facing,” Alex Mashinsky wrote. The crypto lender filed Chapter 11 this summer.

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cybersecurity

CLOSING ENTRY: Cyber trickery

Even when a company has deployed robust cybersecurity solutions, perpetrators can often breach digital defenses because they pose as a legitimate user and convince someone to let them “walk” right in. This is known as “social engineering,” and it relies heavily on human interaction.

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