One year after Atlanta's ransomware attack, the city says it's transforming its technology
The city's new CIO, Gary Brantley, says cybersecurity is now "at the front of everything we do" in the wake of a cyberattack that cost Atlanta $17 million.
Orange County, N.C., recovering from ransomware attack
The county of about 145,000 residents made relatively speedy progress bringing systems back online and did not pay the ransom, the county's CIO said.
Colorado considers blockchain for agricultural supply chain
A new bill in the state legislature would create an advisory group to look at distributed-ledger technology in managing farms and the food supply.
Kentucky Senate declines to vote on bill lowering CIO's salary
Charles Grindle will remain the country's highest-paid state CIO after the Kentucky Senate declined to vote on a bill reducing his $375,000 salary.
Kamala Harris proposes giving states and localities funds for digital services
A new bill from the California senator would fund digital service teams modeled after the White House's U.S. Digital Service agency.
Tornado sirens in Dallas suburbs deactivated after being hacked and set off
Residents of two cities were woken up in the middle of the night Tuesday after someone gained access to the radio-based warning system.