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Nearly two weeks after a cyber attack struck the city of Kansas City’s website, contractors still can’t get building permits online and some zoning matters are going unheard.
The recently announced Cyber Resilient Massachusetts Grant Program offers state funds to help address cybersecurity gaps identified by vulnerability assessments. Applications are due July 1.
The Raleigh Police Department hopes that modernizing the department’s “real-time crime center,” through $629,000 in new federal funding, will help law enforcement in the city be more proactive.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating Amazon's driverless taxis after two test cars stopped suddenly and were rear-ended in separate injury crashes, including one in San Francisco.
The UMass Lowell Innovation Hub Haverhill created the Digital Equity Challenge pitch contest to find community-based solutions that make it easier for people to access digital resources and opportunities.
Tall poles with flashing blue lights, solar panels, cameras and loudspeakers are popping up in the parking lots of some Maine businesses, drawing attention, questions and criticism.
With the federal government poised to slash subsidies for Internet service, L.A. County has started work on a wireless broadband network that will deliver high-speed connections for as little as $25 a month.
Though no one in the Pentagon asked, Port San Antonio wants to help the 16th Air Force find a new home to carry out its military cyber mission on the organization's Southwest Side industrial campus.
Atlanta City Council will consider whether to add data centers to the growing list of developments and businesses banned along the popular Beltline trail loop, a 22-mile set of multiuse trails.
Joan Lawcewicz, a financial crimes investigator in Chippewa Falls, Wis., said that artificial intelligence has made this type of scam even more problematic and easier to fool the unsuspecting public.
California launched two apps at the start of the year offering free behavioral health services to youths to help them cope with everything from living with anxiety to body acceptance.
The tool, which is called the Ballot Verifier, will give its users free and direct access to every ballot cast in Ada County, Idaho, since 2022, said the Ada County Clerk’s Office in April.
Tacoma's Equity Index is a data-driven tool that allows leadership to not only measure progress in ensuring equitable services, but also to see interconnected outcomes on issues like safety community-wide.
The city of Wichita has shut down its computer network in response to a cyber attack, leaving some city services temporarily unavailable and requiring first responders to switch to backup procedures.
The Merrillville Police Department's adoption of drones has proved effective in their efforts to fight crime, according to a press release Monday from the town of Merrillville.