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Maine paused the use of ChatGPT and other generative AI apps for six months beginning in June. After hearing wide-ranging reactions, I decided to ask Nathan Willigar, the state CISO, about the move.
The White House just released the new National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan. Here are the details, selected media coverage and what you need to know moving forward.
The CL0P ransomware gang, reportedly based in Russia, has breached at least 122 organizations using MOVEit zero day exploits. Here’s what you need to know.
Michael Geraghty, the director of cybersecurity and chief information security officer for the state of New Jersey, shares information on cyber operations, partnerships and more.
Will all the buzz surrounding new artificial intelligence applications like ChatGPT soon be spreading to other tech areas like quantum computing?
For 25 years, cyber policies have evolved and grown as the breadth and impact of cyber threats skyrocket. So what happened, and what’s missing as we head toward 2030?
West Virginia CISO Danielle Cox has embedded RFID chips in her fingernails. She finds ease-of-use advantages and minimal downsides. Here’s her story, including why and how it’s done.
What is happening regarding cybersecurity operations, new developments and the future vision in the state of North Dakota? State CISO Michael Gregg shares his perspectives.
Depending on who you talk with or what stories you read, Open AI and ChatGPT may be the greatest things in the world — or the beginning of the end for humanity.
The National Association of State Chief Information Officers held their 2023 Midyear Conference in National Harbor, Md., this past week. Here are some top takeaways from the program and state leadership conversations.