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12/04/2019
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Texas and Virginia CISOs embrace 'whole-of-state' cybersecurity

Government technology officials often refer to cybersecurity as a "team sport." But increasingly, more states are acknowledging that it takes more than cooperation between IT agencies and other bureaucrats to build a strong cybersecurity posture, also roping local governments, academia and the private sector into the conversation, to build what's known as a "whole-of-state" strategy, Texas CISO Nancy Rainosek and Virginia CISO Michael Watson said at a conference Tuesday. "Sharing begets sharing," Watson said. Benjamin Freed reports.


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Election cyberattacks grow with each new candidate, Utah CIO says

Utah Chief Information Officer Mike Hussey says his state is coordinating and practicing for cyberattacks against election systems, which are escalating. “You want to make sure that you’re always one step ahead the best you can be and so we’re seeing a number of threats, especially as different candidates are coming into the race,” Hussey says in a video interview. “You can actually see that translate into the number of blocks at our front door based on those candidates coming into the race.” Watch the interview.


Seattle's smart-city coordinator leaving for civic-tech consulting group

Kate Garman, the lead technology adviser to Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, announced she will move in January to CityFi, the consulting firm founded by former Chicago and Washington, D.C., transportation chief Gabe Klein that advises local governments on developing smart-city projects. Ryan Johnston has more.


Washington, Pennsylvania consider blockchain for identity management

Top technology officials from Pennsylvania and Washington outline their plans for identity and access management in the latest episode of StateScoop's Priorities podcast. "It’s really the foundation when you think about it for all other security controls, especially when you move business into the cloud,” Pennsylvania Chief Information Security Officer Erik Avakian says. Listen to the podcast.


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