NYC names winners of small-business cybersecurity challenge
The winners of NYC's latest competition are developing cybersecurity solutions — like phishing and end-point protection — for small businesses in the city.
18 finalists picked in NYC cybersecurity 'moonshot' challenge
Seven finalists will meet with the city's small businesses, while those remaining will compete for a $1 million prize from Jerusalem Venture Partners.
New York taps NYCx program lead as deputy technology secretary
Jeremy Goldberg, who spent two years developing innovation competitions in NYC, is now working inside the state government's technology agency.
NYC's latest moonshot challenge targets cybersecurity for small businesses
The city discovered in a recent survey that small business owners are aware of cyber threats but are largely unequipped to address them.
NYCx publishes 'Moonshot Launchpad' toolkit for hosting civic challenges
Mayor Bill de Blasio's office is encouraging city agencies, community organizations, and private businesses to rally the public in search of solutions to common urban challenges.
6 finalists share electric vehicle charging ideas in NYCx challenge
One winner to be named in July may get a shot at pitching ideas to city departments and help push the region toward its sustainability goals.
Three 5G wireless firms compete to bring service to NYC's Governors Island
The companies have been names as contestants in a moonshot program led by the city's technology and innovation teams.
NYC fills smart city advisory council with leaders from Ford, Google, Microsoft and others
Twenty-two leaders from private technology companies and community groups will advise on smart city projects spanning from "drones to blockchain."
NYC targets electric vehicles in latest smart city moonshot
City government is turning to the tech community to achieve a 20 percent electric vehicle adoption rate by 2025.