BY LUKE RAMSETH
(Idaho Falls) Post Register
July 15, 2015
BY JOHN N. ZARIAN
Attorney at law, Parsons Behle & Latimer; Executive Committee member, Idaho Technology Council
July 15, 2015
Idaho’s business community is instigating an effort to change curriculum in order to produce graduates with improved critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
It’s an industry-led effort to develop a more skilled work force.
“This is going to be a game-changer,” said Blaine Bergeson, a senior software engineer at Micron. “We think it’s significant.”
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
A team from the University of Idaho’s Center for Secure and Dependable Systems (CSDS) is in a heated competition to increase cybersecurity in the United States.
CSDS — a two-person team led by center director Jim Alves-Foss, who is working with post-doctoral fellow Jia Song — placed second and is one of seven teams to advance to the final round of the Cyber Grand Challenge, sponsored by the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
Communication and collaboration are among the most important elements in creating a strong business environment. Through highlighting our member companies, the ITC hopes to showcase Idaho’s vibrant tech community to professionals across the state and outside of Idaho. Check out the profile below for new ITC member Shadow Trackers, Idaho’s leading Employment Screening Research firm. If you would like to be highlighted, contact ITC Project Manager Malcolm Hong at email@example.com