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Sixteen Teams of High School Students Competed in Simulated Cybersecurity Challenges
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Sixteen Teams of High School Students Competing in Simulated Cybersecurity Challenges for Top Honors
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“The California Competes Tax Credit continues to encourage companies from around the world to locate, expand and add good paying jobs in California,” said Will Koch, GO-Biz Chief Deputy Director.
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California economic development and business representatives pitched their regions and projects as destinations for new foreign direct investment to a group of 22 Chinese investors focused on clean tech, water innovation, sustainable development, zero emission vehicles, and more.
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This program is open to any business planning to create new full-time jobs in the state, regardless of size or location. Since 2014, GO-Biz has allocated $492.5 million to 688 companies projected to create 70,747 new jobs and $14.4 billion in new investments.
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Since GO-Biz announced the statewide competition in March, teams of high school students from across California have competed in regional cybersecurity challenges in order to qualify for the statewide competition.
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The winning teams from Sacramento will advance to the statewide Cyber Innovation Challenge hosted by GO-Biz on June 24-25 in San Luis Obispo.
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GO-Biz Announces New State Micro-Lending Program for Small Businesses
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GO-Biz Director, State Small Business Advocate, Legislative Leaders and Local Business Owners Launch Month of Statewide Events
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The competition allows high schools to demonstrate their expertise in cybersecurity. Apply to compete by April 26, 2017.
Sid VoorakkaraDeputy Director, External Affairs
Email: Sid.Voorakkara@gov.ca.govPhone: (916) 322-3140