It is crucial in today’s security climate to begin classifying data and networks in a new way, based not just on levels of sensitivity but on shelf life and the realities of our evolving computing landscape.
The board will report to the Legislature in September on whether the bureaucracy set up to operate Oregon's health insurance exchange should remain a stand-alone public corporation or other agency, and if so how board members should govern it.
Gov. Mike Pence said he wanted state and local government databases and transparency websites combined into a single, easy-to-use performance-monitoring center that could reveal overlooked efficiencies and track the progress of his "road map" goals.
The bill’s primary sponsor, Rep. Bob Latta (R-Ohio), says the Wi-Fi Innovation Act would direct the FCC to conduct tests within the 5 GHz spectrum band to determine if spectrum can be shared without interfering with current users.
Uber and fellow San Francisco ride service startups Lyft and Sidecar are exploding in popularity nationwide, but in Sacramento, they're being vastly outspent by their opponents when it comes to lobbying.
A Eureka company recently received a $5.3 million grant from the California Energy Commission to build three hydrogen fueling stations in the state, including the only one on the North Coast at a Rohnert Park 76 gas station.
Online hacking cases are tough for investigators because criminals can easily cover their tracks, legal experts agree. Even when the trail leads to a single computer, it can be hard to prove who was at the keyboard.
Chicago transportation officials say they had no knowledge of the wild swings in ticketing — even though City Hall legally required the camera vendor to watch for the slightest anomaly in ticketing patterns every day.