Georgia says new voter registration system will cut down long lines
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced a deal with Salesforce to build a new voter registration system to replace a nine-year-old platform.
CISA director tells mayors to make cyber a 'kitchen-table' issue
Jen Easterly urged mayors to pursue more cyber hygiene and modernization — and offered an update on the new cybersecurity grant program.
NASCIO's federal agenda looks for clarity on new cyber grants
The federal government has funded dedicated cybersecurity grants and CIOs are awaiting details on how the new program will work.
Missouri Highway Patrol backpedals on 'Batman'-themed alert
The Missouri State Highway Patrol told residents it was looking for the Joker, but the alert was not so serious.
Fewer ransomware attacks against state and local government in 2021, but still a 'banner year'
The antivirus firm Emsisoft counted 77 attacks against state and local governments and 88 targeting schools in 2021.
Michigan starts website refresh after 20 years on old platform
The state is moving to a new web publishing platform to give agencies' online presences "consistency, but not uniformity," officials said.