"Software is only as smart as the information it’s fed," according to Brian Brackeen, CEO of Kairos.
A standard called Enhanced Open aims to make using free networks more secure than it is now.
The bill comes amid an encryption debate that pits national security against cybersecurity.
The ransomware that crippled Atlanta raises unanswered questions about how to communicate with citizens after a cyber-attack.
Customer experience is about more than customer satisfaction.
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The Georgia Army National Guard has a cyber readiness inspection coming up and wants a contractor to spend the summer helping it get ready.
There are reasons more aren’t using the service: Some states might not have the money, or might be nervous about allowing white-hat companies to try to breach their networks.
While there is much potential in the use of AI in the public sector, the future is still . . . in the future.
The Office of Information Technology realized it had a retirement problem. In response, it took on the bigger problem of building a strong technology workforce across the state.
The state has launched a multi-pronged initiative aimed at reducing cybersecurity risks.
“My hope is in the next 24 months, we’re going to eradicate this rural broadband issue,” James Collins, state chief information officer, told Route Fifty.
The pilot has helped 11 jurisdictions obtain cybersecurity expertise they wouldn’t otherwise have, Washtenaw County’s innovations and process improvement manager explains.
Indiana CIO Dewand Neely shares how his state came to be named in “one of the largest state-sponsored hacking campaigns ever prosecuted.”
Many state and local government officials are only now waking up to the threat from cyberattackers and realizing they need to beef up their defenses.
Business partners should be the ones identifying the problems IT professionals solve, according to state CIO Eric Boyette.
North Dakota’s tech entrepreneur turned governor wants to use savings from budget cuts to boost investments in IT infrastructure.
Many project managers are realizing that the fastest way to get their digital projects off the ground is through agile development.
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