Moonshots, Robocalls and Powerful Female Leaders: Bateman Group’s Client Spotlight
From market-moving product launches to profiles of female leaders in tech, Bateman Group helped tell valuable stories about our clients this month. Read on for coverage highlights from Fast Company, CNBC, WIRED and more.
“An Alphabet Moonshot Wants to Store the Security Industry’s Data” WIRED – Cybersecurity moonshot Chronicle, which launched from Alphabet’s X factory in 2018, made a splash with its first product announced during San Francisco’s annual security conference, RSA.
“Why 800 numbers are getting their own robocalls” Fast Company – This feature dives into the mystery of robocalls and the technology behind it. James Brown, senior manager of infrastructure and security at Invoca, notes that
“Forget Silicon Valley, Gen Z women see India and China as the next tech hubs” CNBC – This story features data from HackerRank’s 2019 Women in Tech Report, including predictions from female Gen Z developers about the future tech hubs of the world.
“Hackers can take over heart devices, DHS warns” FOX News –
“Meet the woman who won over Google, Apple and Intel to get more girls into tech” CNBC MakeIt – In this profile, Tara Chklovski, CEO of STEM education nonprofit Iridescent, discusses her efforts to teach girls and families around the world how technology can be used to tackle local problems in their communities.
“Breather’s new CEO wants to compete with WeWork by protecting tenant privacy and playing nice with landlords” The Logic – This feature dives into Breather’s growth plans in Canada and what sets the company apart from other flexible space providers.