Category Archives: HALOCK Helps
Step Up for Kids: Lurie Children’s Hospital
The HALOCK Helps Initiative is excited to participate in Step Up for Kids in support of Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. Join the climb!
HALOCK Helps Chicago Food Bank with a Virtual Food Drive
Let’s help our community with this virtual food drive through Chicago’s Food Bank. Easily shop for nutritious options for our neighbors – 1 in 6 are kids. Help provide more fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy and proteins. Every dollar raised through this virtual food drive will be used to buy nutritious food for our community. Let’s support our friends. Thank you.
We Just Gave Away Our Cyber Security Intellectual Property. It was the right thing to do.
Why a Chicago-Based Cyber Security Firm Just Released its Prized IP.
By Chris Cronin, ISO 27001 Auditor, Partner (more…)
Women in Cybersecurity Conference – WiCyS 2018
The Women in Cybersecurity Conference (WiCyS) will be held in Chicago on March 23-24 and HALOCK is a proud sponsor of this important event. WiCyS is a community in which women in the cyber security field can engage, encourage and support one another in order to empower not only themselves, but also the cyber security industry at large. WiCyS was established in 2013 with the support from a grant from the National Science Foundation. (more…)
HALOCK Helps – 2014 Year in Review
All year long, HALOCK employees are helping clients secure their information and data assets, and at the same time, these same employees are great stewards of the communities in which they live. In 2014, they have run, walked, biked and stepped up innumerable stairs for worthy causes. They’ve lost a few golf balls for Muscular Dystrophy and the Alzheimer’s Association and donated to help children and families in need. Our team members have had a busy and charitable 2014. (more…)
HALOCK is a proud supporter of the FARE Walk for Food Allergies
The FARE Walk Chicago will be held on September 29, 2013. To find out more visit foodallergy.org or foodallergywalk.org. (more…)