March 1, 2024

Real Estate

CRE: Higher interest rates impair sales transactions, Hayes report finds
By Staff Report Hayes Commercial Group released Read More >
CRE: T.O. to discuss plan to revitalize city’s downtown
The Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Read More >
CRE: 38-unit Ventura County apartment complex nets $9.8M in sale
By Staff Report Santa Barbara-based Beachside Partners Read More >
CRE: Federal money allocated to region to address homelessness issue
By Staff Report  U.S. Senators Alex Padilla, Read More >

Technology

Santa Barbara firm’s study details benefits, challenges of AI cybersecurity

Igor Mezić, the co-founder and chief technical officer of MixMode, at the company’s Santa Barbara office. The AI company raised $45 million in 2022. (courtesy photo) Using Artificial Intelligence in cybersecurity offers organizations numerous benefits, including enhanced threat detection capabilities and predictive analytics, to mitigate potential security risks. That’s according to a new report from Santa Barbara-based MixMode, a provider of AI-powered cybersecurity solutions. "AI is a game-changer for cybersecurity, Read More >

Agribusiness

Apeel CEO steps down, mission remains same
Apeel Sciences founders, from left: Jenny Du, James Rogers and Read More >
Uncertain times: Calavo delays Q4 results, explores sale of fresh cut business
Shares of Santa Paula-based Calavo Growers took a bit of Read More >
Santa Barbara Winery looks to the community for investment
Municipal Winemakers' downtown location in Santa Barbara. (courtesy photo) Correction: Read More >

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