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03/04/2022
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Does Miami know what it's doing?

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said last month that he wants to take $5.25 million out of the city's newfound cryptocurrency wallet to fund a rental assistance program. While the Miami City Commission signed off on Saurez's plans, it's less clear that commissioners understand where the money came from, or even that it can fluctuate wildly in value. “I am not well-versed on the way that it works,” Miami Commissioner Manolo Reyes told StateScoop. Ryan Johnston reports.


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Iowa expands its SOC

Iowa will relaunch its cybersecurity operations center in the coming weeks, with 24-hour threat monitoring and heightened support for local governments, interim state Chief Information Officer Matt Behrens said. “[It’s] really going to provide us with continuous monitoring and visibility across the state enterprise with people who can actively respond in the event of a threat in real time," he said. Colin Wood has more.


How open data helps cities be more accountable

On this week’s episode of the Priorities Podcast, Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin talks to StateScoop’s Ryan Johnston about how his office uses data — and open data — to make the city more accountable. Galperin recently told city leaders they need to be cautious about the way they’re spending pandemic relief dollars, pairing his warning with another of his beloved data dashboards. Listen to the podcast.


T-Mobile breach data is still bouncing around

The top law enforcement officials from multiple states are alerting people affected by an August 2021 breach at T-Mobile that their personal data might be circulating in cybercrime forums online. “Information stolen in a massive data breach has fallen into the wrong hands and is circulating on the dark web,” New York Attorney General Letitia James said Wednesday in a news release. Officials from California, Florida and several other states issued similar warnings. Joe Warminsky reports for CyberScoop.


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