Colorado's largest school district discovered on Jan. 4, and has now informed all employees, that a data breach compromised Social Security numbers, bank account numbers, passport numbers and other sensitive information.
Electric bikes are becoming a popular alternative to short- and medium-range trips that would normally have been traveled by car. But experts warn the vehicles are only as good as the infrastructure they travel, which is often lacking in low-income neighborhoods.
Ashley Bolton, the city of Littleton, Colo.'s former CIO, has taken a new IT role with the city and county of Denver, where she is serving as the chief data and information security officer.
City officials in Wheat Ridge, Colo., have decided not to pay the $5 million ransom demanded by the cyber criminals that breached city systems Aug. 29. The attack forced the closure of City Hall for more than a week.
A Denver company, Eucast Global, is introducing “network in a box” technology from South Korea that it claims can bridge the state’s digital divide in a more affordable and robust way than alternatives on the market.
The climate action office in Denver, which is abbreviated CASR, has had major recent success with its consumer-facing rebate programs that encourage more environmentally friendly technology.
Police in Denver, Colo., used what some call a “digital dragnet” when they asked Google for search history related to a stalled arson investigation. The tactic netted suspects, but also kicked up privacy concerns.
The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance announced the start of the Connected Colorado Challenge June 30, calling for innovative technology solutions to some of the most pressing issues facing cities in the state.