The rollout of facial recognition technology in cities and states nationwide — as well as some overturned bans — could offer lessons on how to regulate other technologies that haven’t yet reached broad adoption.
At the NASCIO Midyear conference in May, states CIO outlined in what cases they would consider outsourcing IT work and how to maintain control over tasks sent out of house.
As technology gets smarter, it brings with it a new set of problems for the people and systems entrusted to protect constituent data. We asked state CIOs where their states are on the path to privacy.
As both CIO and chief security officer in Michigan, Laura Clark explains how her office is addressing IT recruitment and retention and what they’re doing to modernize major state applications.