As part of our Community Involvement IMRI supports and sponsors the Empowher Institute, an organization that works with an average of 300 teen girls annually from under-served communities to create opportunities that can improve their socioeconomic status and living conditions. The EmpowHer Institute offers innovative ways to expose girls to STEM learning through training, hands-on coaching, providing mentors as role models, and exposure to venues outside the girls’ everyday lives.
This year the organization set out to raise funds through a Bowl-a-thon, where supporters of the organization could help bring in sponsorships to the organization through a 100 frame bowl-a-thon held on April 8th. IMRI employee, Aisha Brent, alongside members of other organizations and students of EmpowHer bowled 100 frames and together brought in many supporting donations to the organization.
Brian Berger provided a statement to the Future of Everything website on where we see the Future of Cybersecurity going. He gives valuable insight on Read the rest of this entry »
Brian Berger, EVP of Commercial Cybersecurity for IMRI/Cytellix pens an article where he goes in depth about the impact of cybersecurity on small businesses. Business News Daily presents a little known fact that there has been a 750 percent increase in the array of ransomware attacks in 2016 on small businesses. This seriously highlights Read the rest of this entry »
An industry-leading provider of cybersecurity and technology, IMRI is proud to be celebrating Read the rest of this entry »
Nominations are in and Martha Daniel gains a Class III Supplier of the Year nomination. Nominees will be acknowledged at the close of the 2017 Gateway Conference during the Supplier of the Year Awards, hosted by the Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council (SCMSDC). IMRI was nominated by Read the rest of this entry »