Steven Overly covers the Washington region’s technology, life sciences and venture capital communities for The Washington Post and its weekly Capital Business publication. Steven graduated from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, and has previously written for The Daily Record in Baltimore, The Plain Dealer in Cleveland and the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times. He resides in the District.
The company has sold its TrustChip technology primarily to businesses and government entities, but the controversy has generated interest from average consumers.
The National Cable & Telecommunications Association’s annual show came to D.C. last week
The software parses through volumes of data, analyzes it for useful information, then tells the Web site operator what it all means.
Organization’s software aims to educate impoverished patients about health, streamline data collection.