Lohrmann on Cybersecurity
For decades, NASCIO has provided best practices for governments to learn from. This year is no different, and three finalists offer lessons for all public-sector agencies.
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Maria Thompson’s last day as North Carolina’s chief risk officer was June 4, 2021. In this interview, she shares her team’s cyber journey, along with helpful insights for others to benefit from.
The Department of Homeland Security is mandating that pipeline companies report cyber breaches to federal authorities within 12 hours of an incident, and the list of organizations who must do the same will likely grow.
Artificial intelligence is slowly transforming many areas of life — and fast — but we all need to pay attention. Reactions are all over the map, and AI will be used for both good and evil.
The Biden administration has proposed a bold new infrastructure plan that includes road, bridges, airports, broadband, people and more. What’s in the plan — and what’s next?
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As we emerge from the worst pandemic in a century, many public- and private-sector employees and employers are reassessing their options within technology and cybersecurity roles.