Partnership between these two high-touch companies provides clients with scalable solutions to address the changing needs of academic institutions accelerated by COVID-19
Tesseract Ventures, a Kansas City-based technology company helping organizations become smarter, better connected and more efficient through next-generation robotics, 21st century software and radically connected platforms, today announced it has selected Lumen Touch, an all-in-one software provider, as a partner to develop health and wellness programs in K-12 schools and collegiate institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
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Tesseract Ventures partners with Lumen Touch to provide clients with an accurate tracking system of wearable badges to collect attendance, proximity and wellness data in order to provide real-time results and insights for decision-makers. (Photo: Business Wire)
“We are excited for the opportunity to introduce our next-generation technology as part of Lumen Touch’s Bright Care Solution,” said John Boucard,
New CyberStrong platform updates allow customers to quickly align with the Financial Services Sector Cybersecurity Profile and harmonize compliance standards across FFIEC, NIST, PCI, and others supported by patented automation.
CyberSaint, the developer of the leading platform for automated, intelligent cybersecurity program management, today announced the availability of new features supporting the Financial Services Sector Cybersecurity Profile within the CyberStrong platform, including automated mappings between those standards and the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, FFIEC, and others. These updates are supported by CyberSaint’s existing patented technology, which is used to optimize program performance and eliminate manual intervention for assessments, remediation, and reporting.
The Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC) cybersecurity profile was created by the Bank Policy Institute (BPI), leading organizations, and institutions to fulfill the need for a more efficient, tailored, and easily communicated framework to leverage across the financial services sector. The profile is designed for all financial services organizations
Prof. Juan de Pablo has been appointed Vice President for National Laboratories, Science Strategy, Innovation and Global Initiatives at the University of Chicago, effective immediately.
In his new role, de Pablo—currently the Vice President for National Laboratories, the Liew Family Professor in Molecular Engineering and senior scientist at Argonne National Laboratory—will help drive and support the University’s science, technology and innovation efforts, along with their connection to policy and industry. In close consultation with President Robert J. Zimmer, and in close collaboration with Provost Ka Yee C. Lee, deans and faculty, he will help shape emerging strategic scientific and technological initiatives. He also will provide oversight of entrepreneurship and innovation activities at the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, in close partnership with Madhav Rajan, the dean of Chicago Booth.
De Pablo also will work to build global academic partnerships, extend the reach of the University’s research collaborations with international