There’s always something fun going on in Houston – particularly now that spring is underway and summer is fast approaching. Whether you’re looking for a unique date night idea or hoping to spend time with your family this weekend, here are some events you may want to consider attending.
Archives: April 2013
On April 18, Prolexic Technologies, a company that provides distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection to websites, published a press release announcing the results of its “Quarterly Global DDoS Attack Report” for the beginning of 2013.
On April 17, The Tierra Companies and TexStar Midstream announced in a press release that they have finalized the sale of Tierra Pipeline, LP – located in heart of the Eagle Ford Shale – to TexStar Midstream Services, LP.
Now that spring is underway and folks across the country are engaging in their annual spring cleaning rituals, it’s a great time to focus on refining and decluttering your LinkedIn profile, too.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that the number of cybersecurity jobs is expected to grow 22 percent by the end of the decade, suggesting that it’s an industry that will continue to see a demand for fresh talent.
Texas ranked as the top state for employment in the energy sector, providing almost 380,000 positions in 2012 and leading the country in new oil and gas jobs for the first half of the year.
A new report from security vendor FireEye serves as a reminder of how important it is for companies to have multi-layered defenses in place protect their data from cybercriminals.
Last week, the Washington Department of Social and Health Services published a press release announcing that a laptop belonging to private contractor Dr. Sunil Kakar was stolen on February 4 and found in a pawn shop 10 days later.
Just like your bedroom closet, your resume could use some purging and reorganizing, so if you’re looking to do something productive while you take a break from mopping floors and washing windows, consider some of these ways to spring clean your resume.
Information technology (IT) professionals hoping to build their career in a growing field where job opportunities currently outnumber qualified individuals should look no further than cybersecurity, according to a recent article published by digital media website, Mashable.