Best Practices to Keep Your Business Protected from Cybersecurity Attacks

Across the state of Indiana, many businesses have made the adjustment to remote work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  But as most of the workforce continues to operate remotely and businesses build out teleworking capabilities to support, an unintentional outcome has occurred – cyberattacks are on the rise. Now, cybercriminals are attacking at a […]

Bringing Tech to Congress

TechCongress is a nonpartisan non-profit, which was incubated at the Open Technology Institute at New America research center in Washington D.C., that seeks to bridge the gap between government and the technology community. It places computer scientists, engineers and other technologists to serve as technology policy advisors to Members of Congress through one-year Congressional Innovation […]

Keeping up-to-date on consumer data privacy and security legislation

For tech pros and companies, ensuring consumer data privacy and security is more than just another box to check on the business to-do list. It’s a top priority because the consequences of neglecting this ever-changing discipline can, quite literally, be the end of your business. The cost of a single breach can be enough to […]

Q&A with US Senators Braun, Young Re: COVID-19 Relief and Re-opening the State Economy

Nearly 90 tech executives took part in a call Tuesday with U.S. Senators Mike Braun and Todd Young designed to help them get direct answers about federal COVID-19 relief programs. Organized by TechPoint, the gathering is part of the organization’s ongoing effort to help the Indiana tech sector successfully navigate through the pandemic and to […]

Indiana bias crimes bill worrisome without protected classes

TechPoint president & CEO Mike Langellier encourages you to contact your legislators and voice your opinion on Indiana bias crimes bill SB12.