NYC joins Amsterdam, Barcelona to protect residents' digital rights
A new coalition of governments seeks to apply certain human rights standards, as defined by the United Nations, to the digital space.
North Carolina launches cybersecurity training program for veterans
The state is partnering with Cisco and other tech firms to offer free training to former military members pursuing cybersecurity careers.
Washington, D.C. names Suneel Cherukuri as permanent CISO
Cherukuri succeeds the city's first CISO, John MacMichael, who stepped down in January.
Glitchy voting machines in South Carolina spur new investment
Officials aim to replace 13,000 aging machines faulted for long lines at polling places and reports the devices changed voters' choices.
Audit finds security improved at Oregon's data center, but it still needs work
The state has made strides in getting rid of obsolete equipment and conducting vulnerability scans, but cybersecurity roles are still poorly defined and incident monitoring is murky.