Special Report: Cybersecurity (May 2016)
ROUTE FIFTY SPECIAL REPORT: We take a look at issues like state budgeting for cyber defense, intergovernmental coordination, analytics and training for effective cyber response.
Debate about funding levels reflects national discussion about whether states are investing enough to keep computer systems and data safe from hackers and other threats.
Training, technology and partnerships are critical to infrastructure defense, according to a new white paper, but do encryption and privacy concerns really stand in government’s way?
Quickly detecting threats is a key goal with this approach to keeping computer networks safe.
Virginia has taken a number of steps to boost interoperability with federal agencies: consolidating network infrastructure, investing in fusion centers and filling its cyber workforce gap with community college grads.
NASCIO doesn’t think so, so it’s developed a government response planning guide for cyber disruptions.
A pilot version of a new course was offered for the first time in January to Utah's state government.
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