Texas ransomware incident could be 'new type' of cyberattack
"This is the first time we have seen a simultaneous attack like this," a cybersecurity researcher told StateScoop of the attack that hit 23 local government organizations across Texas at once.
Widespread ransomware attack reported across Texas
A "coordinated" attack has affected at least 23 local government organizations around Texas, the state's Department of Information Resources says.
Georgia Gov. Kemp orders cybersecurity training for state employees
Recent ransomware attacks and nudging from national associations have prompted the governor to mandate all state employees undergo twice-yearly training.
Federal judge bans paperless voting machines in Georgia after 2019
Georgia must completely phase out its current inventory of paperless voting machines before the state's 2020 presidential primary.
'Geo-Enabled Elections' event to bridge mapping, election disciplines
Geospatial officers and elections administrators will meet in Washington to exchange ideas on making the democratic process more geographically precise.
Hundreds of Wisconsin elections offices use expired operating systems, official says
The state's election security lead said 527 local clerks access the statewide voter database on devices with operating systems near or past their expiration dates.