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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 6.7.21

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  Getting to the Meat of the Cybersecurity Problem “Not only are the attacks becoming commonplace, the intensity and ultimate impact (to consumers and the bottom line) continues to escalate as well. The recent ransomware attacks on Colonial Pipeline ($4.4 million ransom) and JBS Foods ($11 million ransom) are prime examples of the associated costs and the ripple effect of …

Cybersecurity Meets The Three M’s

Cybersecurity Meets the Three M’s

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Criminologists say there are three key factors in solving crimes: motive, means, and opportunity. Motive is the reason, means are the tools, and opportunity is the occasion for criminal behavior. With cybercrime, the method also matters. This third M, method, can provide investigators with important clues. For U.S. manufacturers, a frequent target of hackers, the way to avoid becoming a …

Fuzehub’s Past, Present And Future

FuzeHub’s Past, Present and Future

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Elena Garuc, executive director of FuzeHub, recently spoke with NYS Manufacturing Now about FuzeHub’s previous successes, current programs, and plans for the future. From the Manufacturer Solutions Program to the Jeff Lawrence Innovation Fund (and beyond), FuzeHub is providing NYS manufacturing and technology companies with the programs and assets they need to overcome challenges to growth.

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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 5.31.21

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  Technology, Food Industry Leaders Come Together for Virtual Manufacturing Expo “Local industry leaders came together for a virtual Food-and-Tech Manufacturing Expo Wednesday, led by Cree CEO Gregg Lowe. The virtual trade show, organized by FuzeHub, was called ‘How the Mohawk Valley Feeds Innovation’ and featured speakers from local companies and organizations that support the state’s agriculture and technology industries.” …

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How Do I Engage With A Contract Manufacturer?

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Early-stage companies typically lack all of the necessary equipment and/or personnel required to launch their new concept into production. Rather than overextending themselves by locating a suitable facility, investing in expensive equipment, and hiring on necessary experts, many young companies wisely choose to work with a contract manufacturer (CM). But finding the “right” CM can seem like a monumental task, …

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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 5.24.21

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  Queens Tech Night returns to Long Island City in June “Queens Tech Night, a free networking and community-building event for the tech sector in western Queens, returns next month at Culture Lab in Long Island City.” Read more P-TECH students face off in Engineering Wars “The Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program at the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison (OHM) …

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NYS Manufacturing Now: The College That Connects

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Herkimer College is ranked among the nation’s top two-year colleges in terms of transfer and graduation rates. With its 40+ associate degree and certificate programs, the college is educating the next generation of workers as they prepare for the jobs of the future. Not far from Herkimer College in Marcy, New York, Cree is building a semiconductor wafer fabrication facility …

Ny Mep Cybersecurity Program Helps Brooklyn-based Pvilion Land $1m Defense Contract

NY MEP Cybersecurity Program Helps Brooklyn-based Pvilion Land $1M Defense Contract

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Pvilion, a Brooklyn-based manufacturer of solar-powered fabric and rapidly deployable robotic structures, has secured a $1 million contract from the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) after receiving a DOD Cybersecurity Assistance Grant from FuzeHub and the Advanced Institute for Manufacturing (AIM). The grant, awarded in late 2019, provided Pvilion with risk assessment, policy development, employee training and other tools to …

Syracusecoe-density Collaboration Leads To Green Spaces, Big Returns & Safe Reopenings

SyracuseCoE-Density Collaboration Leads to Green Spaces, Big Returns & Safe Reopenings

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This article originally appeared in the Central New York Business Journal. Republished with permission. In the COVID era, just a few additional people in a room can make the difference between low and high risk of catching the disease. How can an organization track room density without posting an employee at each entrance to every space? Or without relying on …

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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 5.17.21

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  Cree CEO to speak at Mohawk Valley event “Gregg Lowe, CEO of Cree, which is building a power electronics chip factory outside of Utica, is the keynote speaker at the virtual event. Cree is also doing research at the Albany Nanotech complex as part of its manufacturing operation next to the SUNY Polytechnic Institute campus in Marcy,  Oneida County.” …