Dealing with Data: The Challenges of Security and and Privacy of Government's Greatest Asset
Data is the lifeblood of any modern state or local government, but its increasingly sophisticated use prompts important questions:
- How do we keep residents’ personal data information secure in an age of evolving security threats?
- What policies should we have in place to protect data privacy?
- How can we be sure we have the right data and use it at the right time?
- Are we prepared to integrate our data into emerging technologies like artificial intelligence – and what are the implications?
Get answers to these questions and more by joining Governing and Government Technology for our second conversation as part of our Cybersecurity Resilience Initiative, “Dealing with Data: The Challenges of Security and Privacy of Government’s Greatest Asset.”
Tarek Tomes, Chief Information Officer, Minnesota
Tim Roemer, Chief Information Security Officer, Arizona