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The Louisiana state Senate bill faces fierce opposition from the petrochemical industry, which says the new monitors will be costly and may spark unnecessary fear among the public.
Following the devastation of major hurricanes, the Crescent City is pushing towards a more resilient energy system by exploring alternate power sources, microgrids and community resilience nodes.
UNO confirmed Monday that several services had been restored, and others will be brought back online incrementally while state authorities investigate the intrusion and whether anyone's personal data was compromised.
Students and staff are expressing frustration while Louisiana State Police and the governor's office investigate possible cyber threats that prompted a handful of colleges to shut down their Internet services.
The EPA will grant Louisiana more than $2 million to improve air quality monitoring in polluted areas, with much of the grant aimed at historically Black communities between New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
Auditors for the Port of South Louisiana say damages from the 2021 cyber attack totaled more than $420,000 in misappropriated funds. Only around $250,000 was recuperated through insurance.
New Orleans CIO Kim LaGrue and e.Republic Senior Vice President Phil Bertolini discuss standout themes and moments from 2022 GovTech events.
Plus, Michigan's high-speed Internet office has hired its first chief connectivity officer, the Biden administration earmarks $10 million grants to expand broadband to minority communities, and more.
More than 66,000 Louisiana homes and businesses are in line to get faster Internet, funded by the first round of GUMBO Grants to build broadband infrastructure in Louisiana's underserved areas, officials have announced.
Louisiana’s new chief cyber officer, Dustin Glover, was the state’s previous CISO. He will head up partnerships between the state’s departments overseeing technology, emergency preparedness, military and police.