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Kurtis Minder to Keynote 2024 Western Colorado Economic Summit

Mar 28, 2024 12:01:34 PM

GroupSense CEO Kurtis Minder is thrilled to be keynoting this year's Western Colorado Economic Summit. The event will take place on Tuesday, April 16th at Colorado Mesa University. You can view the full agenda and register here.

In an era where cyber attacks pose a formidable threat to our global economy, Minder’s
keynote will shed light on cybersecurity's pivotal role in safeguarding both overarching economic interests and the operational integrity of individual entities. In his keynote presentation, Minder will address the unique role of cybersecurity, leadership essentials, and why a Tech Hub in Mesa County is crucial to hardening our critical infrastructure through cyber protection.

"The economic impact of cyber attacks is escalating. The larger public needs to be
better informed on how to protect themselves. Further, these attacks are impacting
critical infrastructure. I am honored to take the stage and discuss how the Western Slope
and the Grand Junction community can make a difference,” stated Kurtis Minder.

Kurtis Minder is known for leading conversations about digital protection and has been
featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, Fortune, CNN, and BBC. In 2023, Minder
partnered with a local cohort, including the Grand Junction Economic Partnership and Colorado
Mesa University, to apply to the U.S. Economic Development Administration for the Tech Hubs
Program as part of the CHIPS and Science Act. While this application did not receive tech hub
designation for the Grand Junction area, its work uncovered the need to protect critical
infrastructure, such as the Colorado River, through cybersecurity measures, a vision this local
cohort intends to continue pursuing.

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