Tags Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)

Arizona appoints new CISO from within governor's office

by • 3 weeks ago

Tim Roemer, who's worked in a variety of roles under Gov. Doug Ducey, is now the state's top cybersecurity official.

Maryland governor reorganizes state's cybersecurity policy

by • 2 months ago

Gov. Larry Hogan used an executive order to codify the state's chief information security officer role and create a new statewide cybersecurity agency.

Boston hires new chief data officer, elevates CISO role

by • 6 months ago

Gregory McCarthy and Stefanie Costa Leabo represent two key personnel changes following the appointment of David Elges as city CIO last November.

Atlanta names private-sector veteran as new CISO

by • 7 months ago

William Wade III will assume his first role in the public sector with a city still rebuilding its digital infrastructure after a devastating ransomware attack last year.

Missouri Chief Information Security Officer Michael Roling to resign

by • 11 months ago

After nearly a decade leading the state's cybersecurity, Roling says the legacy he will leave behind is his team.

San Jose's first CISO braces for ubiquitous connectivity

by • 1 year ago

Private industry veteran Marcelo Peredo is building a cybersecurity team and buying new tools that he says will create a secure platform to support the city's goals.

Cybersecurity veteran Agnes Kirk retires as Washington state CISO

by • 1 year ago

Since her start in 1995, Kirk watched as the relevance and reach of her role in government grew.

Oakland County, Michigan hires new CISO

by • 1 year ago

Bridget Kravchenko, who spent nearly 25 years in the private sector, succeeds Chris Burrows, who stepped down in February.

For cybersecurity and emergency preparedness, FEMA gives state technology leaders a seat at the table

by • 1 year ago

A new requirement calls for state chief information officers and chief information security officers to be included in the governance process for two influential federal grant programs.

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