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The Nampa City Council authorized the department to buy nearly $79,000 worth of technology from Cellebrite, a company that sells tools to unlock phones and obtain their data for police and government agencies.
As school districts see a rise in the use of artificial intelligence, educators say they’re figuring out ways to ensure the new tools are being used responsibly and don’t impede student learning.
A hacker accessed personally identifying information by exploiting a vulnerability in third-party file-transfer software used by the National Student Clearinghouse and Teachers Insurance Annuity Association of America.
The cameras are relatively cheap, with the best costing almost $2,000, but storage costs add up. There are requirements to have redundancy and in addition, rules require some of the data to be stored for 100 years.
The exhibition came about through a partnership between community colleges and universities across the state to share simulations, senior projects and opportunities in cybersecurity with current and prospective students.
State financial systems that are user-friendly and save money are going to get good reviews from taxpayers. In Idaho, New Hampshire and Wisconsin, revenue agencies have worked to update systems on time and under budget.
Following Idaho Gov. Brad Little's ban of TikTok on state-owned devices and networks, the state's colleges and universities are deleting their accounts and blocking access to the app on campus Wi-Fi networks.
The Latah County Broadband Coalition is hoping that people in that area will participate in this effort so the county can qualify for more funding to bring broadband Internet to rural households.
Idaho's Empowering Parents program, launched last month and administered through the online platform Odyssey, provides microgrants to help families purchase technology, textbooks, tutoring and educational programs.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little has announced the appointment of Alberto Gonzalez as the new administrator of the Office of Information Technology Services following the recent departure of Jeff Weak.