'Cybersecurity is homeland security'
Tim Roemer, Arizona's chief information security officer and homeland security director, talks about why cybersecurity isn't just an IT issue anymore.
Arizona opens new cybersecurity operations center
Officials also renamed an information-sharing program between state agencies as the AZ-ISAC.
Arizona ballot review undermined election security, new EI-ISAC leaders say
Former Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar said the Maricopa County recount is "the very opposite of what election officials around the country have been working to do."
Identity is 'critical' for digital transformation, Arizona strategy chief says
Arizona Chief Strategy Officer Doug Lange said that user identity management has been a core component of the state's broader modernization plan.
Arizona readies first pilot of ‘StateRAMP’ program
Arizona tech officials plan to spend the next year testing a new program to vet and monitor the security practices of their cloud vendors.
Eight states to offer digital IDs on Apple devices
Led by Arizona and Georgia, a group of states will soon allow residents to upload their driver's licenses to the Wallet app.
Sierra Vista, Arizona, will let college students try to hack its computers
A new partnership opening city assets to students studying information security and social engineering is hoped to keep city staff on their toes.
Phoenix flexes data-driven government during pandemic
"Almost real-time" insights to budgeting data during the COVID-19 pandemic helped the city avoid cutting services or instating furloughs, officials said.
Maricopa County, Ariz., to obtain all-new voting equipment after third-party ballot review
The county spent $6.5 million in 2019 on voting equipment, which will now be replaced over worries the state Senate's partisan ballot review compromised election security.