Recently our friend at Infotech discovered that one of the biggest topics weighing on the minds of IT professionals is the battle to secure their critical systems and intellectual property against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs). Fortunately we have some methods that can help the stem the effectiveness of APTs. But first what exactly is an APT, and is it really important?
This workshop is supported through the NASA’s BEST Students (Beginning Engineering, Science and Technology) project. The goal of the project is to provide experiential learning opportunities using NASA-unique resources to support understanding of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Read more
Kids gather round for the Pepsi and Mento explosion demonstration
We all had such a great time at the TAG Family and STEM Education Play Day – Scholarship Fundraiser event on Sunday! We are already looking forward to doing it again next year. Check out pictures from the event on our Facebook page.
Thank you to everyone who supported the event, it would not be possible without you!: THANK YOU to Boxx Berry Farm for all their hard work in making this year’s event another success. Read more
BELLINGHAM, WA, September 5, 2014 | Sustainable Connections announces details for a walking tour that highlights local businesses taking action to protect Whatcom Creek and making our downtown more vibrant.
Many local businesses have volunteered to help the City of Bellingham with their new DIG project (Downtown Improvement Gardens) by becoming stewards of the gardens. The Downtown Steward Safari will highlight some of these businesses with behind the scenes tours, delicious food samples, and information about the recently planted downtown gardens.
BELLINGHAM – VSH CPAs announces the promotion of Kari Doss to Tax Senior.
BELLINGHAM – VSH CPAs announces the promotion of Shianne Mattox to Tax Senior.
Tech Stomp gives the technology sector in NW Washington an opportunity to support future leaders and contributors. Tech Stomp scholarships have helped dozens of students pursue education paths to their careers in technology. Join us September 24 at Western Washington University’s Academic Instructional Center from 5:30 PM – 9:30 PM. Read more
On January 10th, 2014, Target was hacked resulting in the potential loss of the credit card information for some 70 million customers. The attack has sent Target reeling. The loss of customer information was bad, the following loss in trust was far worse. One thing the Target breach did accomplish though was to bring Cybersecurity problems into the national spotlight. Read more
It’s that time of year again when TAG will present awards to companies, individuals and students in the technology industry in Whatcom County. Nominations are open to Whatcom County businesses, students and residents in the following four categories:
- Most Innovative New Technology, Product or Service
- Outstanding Achievement in Industry Leadership
- Rising Star
- Technology Leader of Tomorrow