Cisoshare and United Way are training the formerly homeless to fight cybercrime.
John Goodenough, a member of Irvine-based Enevate’s technology advisory board, has shared in the Nobel Prize in chemistry with two other scientists for the development of lithium-ion batteries.
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Irvine-based software developer Ephesoft Inc. has signed an agreement with Automation Anywhere to help companies delegate more back-office functions to machines.
Irvine-based data analytics company Alteryx Inc. has bought Feature Labs, a machine learning and artificial intelligence software firm launched from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Irvine-based 174 Power Global Corp. said it closed $210 million in construction financing for a project near Odessa, Texas.
CrowdStrike Holdings Inc. reiterated its findings regarding a 2016 computer hack of the Democratic National Committee; President Donald Trump had mentioned the company in a phone call with the leader of Ukraine.
Stuart McClure, who co-founded Irvine-based security company Cylance in 2012, has decided to leave the firm following its purchase by BlackBerry Ltd., the Canadian company’s CEO said.
California State University-Fullerton hosted a public policy presentation by a unit of insurance giant Travelers this month that focused on the risks of using mobile technology while driving.
Kinston Technology Corp. added layers of protection to a line of memory sticks.
University of California-Irvine named Tom Andriola its vice chancellor of information technology and data, a new position.
Costa Mesa-based Veritone Inc. (Nasdaq: VERI) said its aiWARE artificial intelligence system launched on Microsoft Azure Government, which works with federal and other government agencies to secure and store data in the Cloud.
Newport Beach-based L Squared Capital Partners said it has formed Raptor Scientific LLC with a $60 million investment to acquire companies in the fragmented aerospace and defense-focused testing and measurement Industry.
Irvine-based Cloudvirga plans to add 50 employees over the next year following its move to UCI Research Park.