House members to try again on state and local cyber grants
The leaders of a House cybersecurity subcommittee said a new version of a grant program for state and local governments will be introduced "in the coming days."
How the pandemic changed state IT, according to chief technology officers
Survey data from the National Association of State Technology Directors shows that very few believe their operations will go unaffected by the health crisis.
Illinois attorney general acknowledges ransomware attack
The attack, which involved the DoppelPaymer malware, came a few months after an audit of the office revealed weak cybersecurity practices.
Cyber should play a bigger role in state IT acquisition, NASCIO says
Cybersecurity should be a leading consideration in government's technology purchases, particularly in light of the SolarWinds breach, according to a new report from the National Association of State Chief Information Officers.
D.C. police chief confirms personnel files stolen in ransomware attack
The group responsible, Babuk, said it's shutting down, though many ransomware actors simply regroup under different names.