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Cybersecurity Training for YOU!

Wednesday October 28th, 2015 | 6pm - 8pm

28 World’s Fair Dr, Somerset, NJ 08873

Hands on computer based training, please bring your own laptop.


Member: $25 | Non-member: $35
For Training & Networking | Light refreshment will be served
Please RSVP by October 16 to Josephine Ho at

Make checks out to NJCACC and mail to:
NJCACC c/o Appliedinfo Partners 28 World’s Fair Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873
Due to the importance of this topic, NJCACC expects to have an oversold seating and advises early registration


About the Speaker:
Mr. Suby Gupta is the Chief Technology Officer at Appliedinfo Partners, Inc. (AIP), creator of elearning and interactive marketing communication for corporate, healthcare, and government customers. He also worked in executive management of cybersecurity products for customers like the Pentagon, US State Department, NATO, Verizon, Goldman Sachs, Prudential, VISA, MasterCard among others. Prior to that, he was at AT&T Microelectronics (Agere)/Alcatel-Lucent Technologies (Bell Labs) in Senior Management positions. Mr. Gupta received a BS and MS in Computer Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology.


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Third Annual Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards

NJCACC, a founding sponsor, is proud to announce the opening of nominations for the 3rd Annual New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards.  We are honored to collaborate with other New Jersey groups, including regional and bi-national chambers of commerce, immigrant advocacy group, and other community organizations to celebrate the important role of immigrants in today's economy and to honor the contributions of immigrant business leaders to their communities. 


Also these special awards are a way for NJCACC to promote sound immigration reform which will help build and strengthen our economy.  We believe that rather than send qualified foreign-born advanced-degree graduates of U.S. colleges and universities back home to compete against U.S. businesses, Congress should encourage these individuals to stay in the United States by offering them permanent resident status. We can further buttress our competitive edge by expanding the H-1B visa program, which makes available to U.S. businesses some of the world's most highly-trained professionals in fields across the business sector. What's more, a significant portion of H-1B filing fees fund education and training programs to enhance the skills of U.S. workers, particularly in the technology fields.

This year we will be honoring immigrants for their achievements in growth, advocacy, innovation, sustainability and leadership.  From among the nominees, we will name the 2015 Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year.

Are you an immigrant entrepreneur who has excelled in one of these fields? Do you know someone, a colleague, family member, neighbor or friend who you think has what it takes to be named the 2015 Immigrant Entrepreneur of the Year?  Nominate them at

For questions, please contact: Josephine Ho, Executive Director of  NJCACC  (o) 732-507-7348 or email at


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