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At Highwire, we believe a great story can change the world. That first line of our mission statement is as true today as it was ten years ago when we started the company. A lot can change in a decade – goodbye server closet, hello cloud; hasta la vista run of the mill analytics, hola […]
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Why do the colors of the rainbow signify the gay pride flag? This question will kick off Highwire’s in-office LGBTQ trivia night later this month in San Francisco, as employees come together to take a break from the grind and celebrate Pride Month with one another. After learning more about LGBTQ history through a team […]
Highwire’s Internship Program helps college graduates build the foundation for a long-term career in PR. This internship provides opportunities to work directly with client teams and to gain relevant hands-on experience. Across our four offices, our interns help create content to help tell our client’s stories and develop a strong foundation of skills for a […]
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Conferences are a time to share information and discuss big challenges. That is always easier when you can bring some of the smartest people in the industry together in a single room. Fortunately, the breadth of clients we work with in the cybersecurity industry means that we speak to many of them on a regular […]
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This year, Highwire is celebrating 10 years as an agency. Tapping into our inquisitive nature as communications professionals, we took this opportunity to invite esteemed journalists and PR peers through our doors to discuss the evolution of “The Story.” The tech and media world has changed tremendously, from the rise of the gig economy to […]
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Mastering byline development takes time, practice, creativity and patience — all things that require a level of mental energy that we don’t always have. This is not a mindless activity, but one that’s truly engaging. Although it can be daunting, there’s actually a very clear structure that, when followed, can break byline writing up into […]
So you’ve landed the big interview. Your team has secured one-on-one time with a journalist, and you have the chance to get your company’s message out to the masses. This is a big opportunity with plenty at stake. A great interview can build authenticity and help to develop strong media relationships. But an interview flop […]
When we first met Bob Finlayson about four years ago, we immediately recognized his gift for inspiring leaders and growing businesses through storytelling. Initially, he spearheaded our emerging leaders management training program, and subsequently our strategic offsites. With each session and interaction, he delivered valuable insights, from how best to assess current and prospective resources […]
Another RSA has come and gone. Sales and communications teams across the security industry can finally take a moment to slow down and celebrate a job well done. At least until they need to start preparing for Black Hat. Year after year, the conference has gotten bigger. This year, there were 50,000 security professionals, executives, […]
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By Andrew Robinson Highwire has been ranked by The Holmes Report as the No. 3 Best Agency to Work for in our category — and I could not be more proud! At Highwire, we prioritize a strong company culture that fosters a positive, impactful and inclusive employee experience for nearly 100 employees. Being selected as […]
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Themes from the show floor of RSA 2018 Viability. Quite simply, the operating environments of organizations have gotten too complex for cybersecurity defenders. The problem goes beyond not being able to see what is happening in organizational systems to not even understanding the full extent of those systems. Keeping up with the assets under their […]
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Themes from the show floor of RSA 2018 The annual Cryptographer’s Panel spent the first 10 minutes of their discussion at the opening Keynote yesterday deriding blockchain, the trendiest technology of the year. Quantum computing and machine learning are also banner bearers for technical innovation in cybersecurity. At the same time, however, experts around RSA […]
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Highlights from the Opening Keynotes of RSA 2018 It’s easy to call 2017 a cybersecurity failure. WannaCry alone rocked the digital world to the core. But it was only made worse when we realized that the attack was perpetrated by governments, not individuals or criminal organizations. But across the board, the speakers of the opening […]
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A workplace revolution is underway across most industries, and robots and artificial intelligence (AI) are at the center of it. Machine learning and automation are becoming deeply integrated across all aspects of the way we live and work. As the promise of AI threatens to replace human drivers, factory workers and cashiers, which industry is […]
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When you think about social media strategies, what’s your biggest challenge? Are you tired of the vanity metrics? Not sure how to deal with “Facebook Apocalypse?” Are you spending hours trying to pinpoint your target audience, only to find you have no idea how to navigate Google Analytics? As an agency that’s constantly training an […]
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14.1 percent of women in Silicon Valley hold executive leadership positions. For minority women, this is an even smaller percentage. In an area as culturally diverse as the Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area, equal representation is still a problem. The Expat Woman, an organization dedicated to promoting a global community of professional women, […]
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After some time to reflect, here’s our recap of Black Hat 2017 in Las Vegas. For two decades, the annual conference has been creating opportunities for like-minded security researchers, influencers and hackers to mix and mingle. Talented practitioners across the globe flock to Black Hat, jumping at the chance to show off their latest findings, […]
I bet you I’m the only one who… “Was raised by a single mother.” “Fell asleep on national television.” “Travelled to Washington D.C. on a bus just for the Women’s March.” These quotes do not come from a company happy hour or conversation across our internal communication platforms. This was just a warm-up and quick […]
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While we love our west coast headquarters, we have a special place in our heart for the East Coast and especially for our two offices here in NYC and Boston. Both cities have a lot to offer tech companies — whether they are startups or big, established companies.
One of the coolest things about the NYC is the diversity of people and industries here. From fashion, to finance, media and commercial real estate and technology, NYC has it all. Tech especially has been growing like gangbusters. According to a Crain’s New York Business report, New York is now the second most active tech ecosystem in the United States on all key metrics.
What do entrepreneurs say they love NYC? Isaac Oates, the CEO of Justworks, the easy-to-use payroll, benefits and HR support solution for businesses and a Manhattan-based company, is a big advocate of NYC, as he explained to The New York Business Journal: “The people that live here are the people that are attracted to New York City. There is an energy and enthusiasm that you get out of New Yorkers that you really can’t find anywhere else in the country. It’s an aspirational place to be and you can feel that when you walk down the street.”
The Big Apple is also becoming an enclave for digital health companies according to Buzzfeed’s senior technology reporter and expert on all things digital health, Stephanie Lee...
By Julie Crabill I founded Inner Circle Labs in 2010 with one goal in mind — to change the way people think about and do PR. Eight years later, I’m pleased to say our team has done just that. We’ve created smart, strategic programs, we’ve been an honest and transparent partner, we’ve achieved amazing success and tackled […]