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Author Archives: Gina Gallucci-White

Hospitals urged to boost protections against data breaches

When it comes to patient health records, employee information and data from medical technology devices, hospitals have a treasure trove of sensitive, private information to keep confidential. “The whole idea of having electronic records positions hospitals to provide better care ...

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What you need to know in choosing a summer camp

Summer can be a challenging time for parents. Either they need day care options for their children or are trying to curb the cries of 'I'm bored!' Summer camps can provide a great outlet for kids’ energy as well as a respite for parents.

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Meet The Best Employers in Maryland

Tickets to the upcoming December release of “Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi” will be a hot item, but employees of Westminster American Insurance Company don’t have to worry about finding a seat. For the past two years and ...

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Top 5 ideas coming out of the SANS Startup 360 session

When it comes to startups, most, if not all, would love to have time to pitch their ideas to professionals already established in their chosen fields. Thanks to the SANS Institute, a private global information security training company, nine area ...

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Impact of Equifax data breach reaches small businesses

With top Equifax executives handing in their notices and an increasing number of lawsuits being filed every week, the fallout from the credit reporting agency’s data breach continues. An estimated 145.5 million people had the basic elements of their consumer ...

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AAMC offers multiple options for behavioral health treatment

As the need for mental health services continues to increase for every age group, Anne Arundel Medical Center has been taking steps to ensure patients in the region get the tools they need to better understand and cope with their conditions.

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Acquiring tech assets drives some deals

  With a slogan of “Turning plant floor data into actionable information,” Julie Lenzer founded the software company Applied Creative Technologies Inc. in 1995. Focused on data collection, data mining and analytics in the food manufacturing sector, Lenzer’s company started ...

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Industrial market in Baltimore region continues to thrive

  One of the bright spots in Maryland’s commercial real estate market is the industrial sector — specifically warehouse and related spaces. Charm City plays a large role in this market thanks to the Port of Baltimore, the state’s proximity ...

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Owning it: Lessons from 6 women entrepreneurs

As a young teenager, Jennifer Lake helped her father with the classes he taught at Comprehensive Survival Arts, an Owings Mills-based martial arts studio that he founded in the 1970s. One day, he suggested she teach a beginner’s class. After ...

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