First up, Reynold Hioki, the State’s Cybersecurity Coordinator is here to tell us about the Girls Go CyberStart program. Then, we talk with Dr. Se-Young Jung founder of Altino, Terry Holck, Nanakuli-Waianae complex Technology Specialist and Ian Kitajima from Oceanit, about Altino, the programable car and how it is helping students learn to code. If you are interested in Altino training at your school, contact Ian Kitajima.
First, a quick news item on the Research & Development Tax Credit for Business seminar. Then we hear from Matthew Carnes, who’s here to tell us about an upcoming hackathon called Hack for the Sea. Finally, we hear from Stacey Aldrich (State Librarian) and Reynold Hioki (State Cybersecurity Coordinator) about Cyber Security Awareness Month coming up in October and the workshops at the Libraries.
We kick off the show a couple of news guest. Meli James is here to tell us about the ManaUp Inaugural Showcase. Then Aiyana Arnobit, Junior at Sacred Hearts joins us to talk about about CyberPatriot and upcoming cyber security workshops. Then after a short break, we talk with Omar Sultan and Yasmin Dar at Sultan Ventures about inclusion, diversity and the Startup Catalyst.
First up, we share a couple of upcoming events. A national SBIR conference to help you find funding for your idea sponsored by HTDC, and a workshop called “Envision, Strategize, Actualize 2017: An Action Plan for Tech-Based Workforce Development.” Then we learn about a new organization called CyberHawaii talking with Jennifer Sabas and Clyde Sonobe.
Today we’ll get right to our great guests. First up, Alan Tamayose will tell us about the upcoming Kamehameha School EdTech UNconference. Then, Bob Monroe joins us to tell us about Hacker High School. Then, continuing our “hacker” conversation, we’ll move onto our main topic after the break. Zal Azmi from Nexus Solutions LLC and Andrew Lanning from Integrated Security Technologies will join us to share their perspectives on cyber security.
- NIST – Cyber Security Framework