Archives for April 2014

FrogSlayer Joins the Innovation Underground

The Innovation Underground is pleased to announce their newest member, FrogSlayer. FrogSlayer is an employee-owned software consulting company whose roots date back to 2005. Their company philosophy centers around recruiting, growing and retaining the best rising software talent they can find.

FrogSlayer has a growing team of engineers, a seasoned advisory board, and a founder dedicated to bringing the right people together to create one of the best software companies to work for and with. Recently, FrogSlayer was named the #1 Small Employer in Texas Monthly’s “Best Companies to Work for in Texas.” Additionally as an Aggie owned and operated company, FrogSlayer has also taken it’s place on the esteemed Aggie 100 list of fastest growing companies.

FrogSlayer is active in the BCS community, participating and sponsoring community events such as the Software Developer’s Cartel. To learn more about FrogSlayer, or any of our other Innovation Underground members,  visit our members page.

The Art of Cyber Security

On March 27th, SEAD Gallery was honored to host the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) of Central Texas. This bright group meets on a monthly basis to discuss best practices in cyber security. During this month’s meeting, David Orchel, Principal at Secuilibrium, LLC and a board member for the Central Texas Chapter of the ISSA, gave a presentation titled Comparing NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework with Best Practice. The presentation was well delivered and received with enthusiasm by the audience. In the week following, our friend Ochel wrote a blog post giving more insight to the topic and the struggles he encountered while gathering his thoughts for the event.


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