Click here to listen to Hour 1: Governor Rick Snyder and Dave Sawyer of Microsoft
Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 4 to 5 PM, The Internet Advisors welcome Michigan’s Chief Nerd in Residence, Governor Rick Snyder to WJR’s studios.
Michigan’s chief executive discussed:
- Cyber Range to help combat cyber attacks,
- STEM (Science, Technology Engineering and Mathematics) education for our Michigan youth, and
- The entrepreneurial culture and how it affects growing technology businesses in Michigan
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Michigan Cyber Range
The Michigan Cyber Range is a large unclassified Cyber Security Range and program that will help IT professionals and students improve their ability to counter cyber attacks. It is a partnership between the government, education and industry, with each contributing resources and expertise. The Range serves many functions but its unique and critical contribution is developing the ability to out-think an adversary as a team.
Don Welch, Ph.D. President and CEO Merit Network
A graduate of West Point, Don served 25 years in the Army, retiring as a Colonel. Notable assignments include infantry company commander, IT for Delta Force, professor and CIO at West Point. Don was also the CTO for H-E-B, $12 Billion international retailer. Don has been named a “Champion of Change” by the White House, Innovator and Leader of the Year and one of Michigan’s top CEOs.