The CEO and cofounder of the InfoSec Institute says that it's possible to put cybercriminals out of business if more people learn cybersecurity fundamentals.
Erik Lorenzsonn is the Capital Times' tech and culture reporter. He joined the team in 2016, after having served as an online editor for Wisconsin Public Radio and having written for publications like The Progressive Magazine and The Poughkeepsie Journal.
The latest iteration of the on-demand app economy to pop up in town: The San Diego-based company Lawn Love, which connects yard care professionals with home owners looking for someone to clean their gutters and mow their lawn.
Fans of the group say they feel a mix of gratitude, sadness, and concern about a potential gap in queer-focused, inclusive nightlife in Madison.
TCARE uses a protocol developed by a UW-Milwaukee gerontologist to assess the needs of those caring for an ill, disabled or elderly loved one.
The facility has been built for the commercial production of StrataGraft, a lab-grown human skin substitute.
Lacuna is a new business on Atwood Avenue that strives to buck some of the stereotypes associated with coworking.
Zero Barrier Labs hopes to offer 3D metal prototyping for aspiring startups, researchers and entrepreneurs at cheap rates, according to its founder.
In his new book, "IBM: The Rise and Fall and Reinvention of a Global Icon," author James Cortada describes a company that has long been overlooked in the American zeitgeist, despite being one of the most prolific and influential tech companies in the world.
Madison's first DIPPUL takes place on the city's east side on Saturday, April 20.
Ask venture capitalists why they do what they do, and you’ll hear some different takes.