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12/11/2019
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State CIO priorities align with the future on NASCIO's 2020 list

Each December, the National Association of State Chief Information Officers sets the stage for the coming year with a list of the top priorities of state CIOs. For its 2020 list, cybersecurity, digital government, cloud services and consolidation top the list, as usual. But a closer look reveals a subtle shift in mindset. Colin Wood breaks it down.


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Pensacola, Florida, cyberattack is ransomware, officials confirm

Officials in Pensacola, Florida, said Tuesday that a cyberattack against the city's IT systems was the result of ransomware, a day after declining to specify the exact nature of the attack. Municipal employees' emails have been restored in a limited capacity, as have phone lines, but other systems are still being assessed. Meanwhile, the FBI said there is no connection between the cyberattack and shooting last week at a nearby U.S. Navy air station in Pensacola. Benjamin Freed reports


New Kentucky governor to nominate logistics executive as state's CIO

Gov.-elect Andy Beshear selected Ruth Day, a vice president at the shipping logistics company Landstar Systems, to replace outgoing CIO Chuck Grindle. Ben has more details.


Vermont to start using blockchain for cannabis tracking

Vermont is pursuing the digital distributed-ledger technology to support its growing cannabis industry following a 2018 law that decriminalized the drug, state Chief Information Officer John Quinn tells StateScoop in a recent video interview. Check out the video interview.


New California tech lobby focuses on business with state and local government

Led by former California state official and CompTIA executive Jennifer Saha, TechCA will seek to help industry “be a better partner to government.” Read all about it.


Ransomware Attacks Map chronicles a growing threat

New ransomware attacks occur each week. StateScoop's ransomware attacks map is continually updated to show each attack that's publicly reported across the public sector. There are now 260 ransomware attacks against state, local and educational institutions dating back to 2013. See for yourself.


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