Chris Cruz

Reducing cyber risks at the endpoint and across agency networks

by • 8 months ago

Tanium’s CIO, Chris Cruz discusses how agency leaders can look at modern technology and funding strategies to mitigate security risks in a work-from-anywhere environment.

Modernizing endpoint management to gain greater visibility into network activity

by • 9 months ago

California Dept of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s CISO shares how the agency is leveraging high-fidelity endpoint data to inform critical IT networking decisions.

Pre-pandemic foundations were essential to counties' tech success

by • 1 year ago

County executives featured in the 2020 LocalSmart Awards say the establishment of good technology infrastructure before the pandemic made the response easier.

California Deputy CIO Chris Cruz to resign

by • 3 years ago

Cruz, who has worked for the state in several IT roles since 2004, will now become the CIO of San Joaquin County.

Creating quality digital services essential but time-consuming, say California IT leaders

by • 3 years ago

State, city and county agencies are catering to convenience by putting more of their services online, but often at a humble pace.

Most people don't want to access government services with their mobile devices

by • 4 years ago

New data from Unisys shows that while there is demand for mobile access, it's more nuanced than sometimes portrayed by technologists.

California boots up state's first cybersecurity operations center

by • 5 years ago

The facility will monitor for malicious activity around the clock and serve as a platform for new pilot projects and capabilities in the years to come.

Q&A: California tech leader talks cybersecurity operations center, statewide strategy

by • 5 years ago

California Deputy Chief Information Officer Chris Cruz explains how partnerships, standards adoption and an integrated security center are changing cybersecurity in California.

California launches Innovation and Engagement Office

by • 6 years ago

The new office housed within the Department of Technology will focus on open source products that improve interaction between citizens and government.