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Officials in the state have threatened to withdraw from the multistate Electronic Registration Information Center if the group fails to agree this week on reforms to address concerns that it leans too far left.
The new law requires public schools, local and state government and government contractors to report cyber incidents within 72 hours. The state hopes this will give it better insights and enable faster response and mitigations.
McGough, who replaces Josh McGee, has worked for two decades on the state’s technology programs, rising through the ranks. He will now focus on such tasks as improving data structure and security for Arkansas.
Unsurprisingly, the artificial intelligence tool that captured the Internet’s collective gaze is now helping cyber criminals with their nefarious work. The tool has made it even harder to spot phishing emails, for example.
The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act portal will help businesses file notice of layoffs in a more streamlined way while also providing workers more time to transition into new employment, Gov. Kathy Hochul's office said.
It’s still early, but federal guarantees for deposits have eased some anxieties in the gov tech space. More “ripples” seem almost certain to hit suppliers, potentially slowing growth in a fast-evolving industry.
The disruption was tied to an aging system — not cyber attack — according to a statement from the state comptroller’s office. The outage reportedly delayed tens of thousands of income tax returns.
So far, two versions have been released with the third not far off, raising the question: What sets these fabrics apart, and how do they impact the National Broadband Map?
Rhode Island Commerce Secretary Elizabeth Tanner is paying close attention to the e-government work being done in Estonia in her mission to offer more modern, streamlined state services.
Three states resigned from the interstate collaboration aimed at keeping voting rolls accurate and catching improper voting. Departing states point to concerns about possible political leanings and data policies.
The newly introduced bill would force employers to give workers more notice of mass layoffs and would extend these protections to contract workers, who currently are excluded under state and federal law.
Brian Tardiff has been tapped as the permanent replacement for Bijay Kumar, who left the CIO and chief digital officer post in September 2022. He comes with experience as state IT department chief of staff and CISO.
Social media companies have doubled down on last year’s lobbying efforts to fend off a bill that would have held social media companies liable for addicting children to their content. This year, a new iteration has their attention.
State CIO Angelo “Tony” Riddick has announced his forthcoming resignation from the role after serving more than two years with the state. He will step down at the end of the month.
The hackers behind an early February cyber attack have published personal employee data. That data includes current and past employees' Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers, birth dates and addresses.
The Biden administration’s call for minimum security standards across multiple economic sectors is to face opposition from some lawmakers and businesses as officials work to implement the plan.
The FBI and third-party specialists are working to determine the contents of the released city data. Officials said the Feb. 8 ransomware attack was perpetrated by the threat actor group Play.
A new Connecticut bill in the General Law Committee would establish an Office of Artificial Intelligence and create a task force to study the emerging technology and develop an AI bill of rights.
The Center for Digital Government convened government and industry to offer advice on buying cloud services. An updated cloud procurement guide reflects changes in the cloud landscape, particularly around data and risk management.
Secure government requires a cyber-aware workforce. Doing it well means helping employees stay safe even outside of work, motivating them around the importance of security and fostering a culture where they feel safe reporting incidents.