Bridges enjoyed hosting Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation (AAEDC), Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI), and a distinguished cybersecurity delegation from Georgia this week for a panel discussion and networking reception.
From The Baltimore Business Journal:
“A group of Georgia cybersecurity executives, university officials and state representatives visited Maryland this week to learn about the state’s cyber ecosystem, and how it does business with the federal government.
“The visit was hosted as part of an ongoing collaboration between the two states, as Georgia works to build up infrastructure and promote public-private partnerships around Ft. Gordon and a new headquarters for U.S. Army Cyber Command — much like what has been done around Ft. Meade and the U.S. Cyber Command main headquarters in Anne Arundel County. …” For the full article, follow this link to The Baltimore Business Journal