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The Cybersecurity edition of the Detroiter is available now. Order your copy today.The Detroiter is a quarterly magazine published by the Detroit Regional Chamber. To subscribe or to order a physical copy of the magazine, please call 313.964.4000.
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On the Cover
The October edition of the Detroiter is all about cybersecurity and how industries like automotive, defense and health care are leading the way in cybersecurity innovation to protect Michigan businesses. Featuring former U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, House Intelligence Committee chairman, on the cover, the edition builds on discussions from the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Cybersecurity Conference held earlier this year. From the breakroom to the boardroom, cybersecurity must be top of mind to combat increasingly malicious attack. There’s no better place to lead the way in our nation’s digital defense than Michigan, whose diverse assets and talent are poised to position Michigan as the epicenter of technological innovation.
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Transit. This seven-letter word has been on the hearts and minds of Michiganders for over a decade. To some it represents economic opportunity, while to others it is a lifeline to family, hospitals, and other essential services.Continue Reading
Mike Rogers is a national security commentator for CNN and former chairman of the U.S. House’s Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. He was congressman from Michigan’s 8th district from 2001-2015. The former U.S. Army officer and FBI agent talked recently with the Detroiter about evolving cybersecurity issues and his new CNN television series, “Declassified: Untold Stories of American Spies.”Continue Reading
The automotive industry is moving at high speed on connected and autonomous vehicle technologies, but keeping malicious hackers away presents a tremendous challenge, so companies across Southeast Michigan are building their expertise in defense of future cars and trucks.
The Detroiter recently caught up with David Behen, Michigan’s chief information offi cer and director of the department of technology, management and budget. Recognized as a leader in information technology in government, Behen has been instrumental in achieving the ambitious cybersecurity goals laid out by Gov. Rick Snyder that have made the state a leader in the field.Continue Reading
Five years ago, state and military officials conducted an analysis of Michigan’s strengths, weaknesses and needs in the world of cyber defense and security in an effort to better position the state as a leader in that space.”Continue Reading