Arizona governor is latest to ban vaccine passports
Gov. Doug Ducey is at least the sixth governor to prohibit government agencies from requiring people to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Want to be data-driven? Don't fear failure, county official says
Pima County, Arizona, overcame its data habits, and yours can too, said Scott Zufelt, deputy director of the county’s Office of Data Analytics.
Arizona CISO to lead state's homeland security agency
Tim Roemer will maintain his role as state CISO, making Arizona one of the few states to place cybersecurity under a homeland security agency rather than its IT organization.
Arizona launches digital driver's license with Idemia
Arizona officials said the new service offers additional convenience and security, but they're still encouraging people to carry a physical card, just in case.
Someone is selling VPN access to a city government in Arizona
A cybercriminal middleman wants $30,000 for credentials allowing access to a wide range of systems in an unnamed Arizona city, the intelligence firm GroupSense said.
Software glitch keeps Arizona inmates eligible for release behind bars
A whistleblower report found that an inmate management system wasn't adjusted for a new early-release formula, keeping hundreds locked up for too long.
Tucson, Arizona, is building a municipal broadband network
Tucson Chief Information Officer Collin Boyce said the new network will support government offices, students and elderly residents who've been affected by the pandemic.
'StateRAMP' group aims to grade state and local vendors' security
Modeled after FedRAMP for federal cloud providers, StateRAMP seeks to bring vendor standardization to state and local government.
State leader on lowering IT costs during pandemic
Arizona’s Doug Lange shares how the state’s strategy to invest in cloud-based technology helped them save millions in cost avoidance and infrastructure savings.