Cybersecurity — A StateScoop & EdScoop Special Report
In this report, StateScoop & EdScoop explore the ways information security — and the people who lead those efforts — is changing in the public sector.
'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.
Four foundations for enabling modern applications
As government agencies shift to internet-based applications, the need for modernized networks has never been more essential, says IT architecture expert.
Missouri governor accuses newspaper of 'hacking' state website
A St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter notified a state agency that it was exposing sensitive personal data. Gov. Mike Parson wants the paper investigated.
Top state IT innovators, cybersecurity official honored by NASCIO
NASCIO honored four state IT officials for their recent work responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, modernizing systems and defending against ransomware.
The four pillars of the digital transformation journey
Identifying the right IT investments remains a challenge for state and local agencies. One place to start: Focus on the foundations of application enablement.
How states can build a defense-in-depth cybersecurity strategy
Josh Moulin, senior vice president at CIS discusses key partnerships and federal funded programs states can lean on modernize their security posture.
Many Kansas school districts never scan for vulnerabilities, auditor finds
The state's education commissioner said districts are not equipped to adhere to basic cybersecurity standards.
Enterprise cybersecurity is new Washington CIO's top priority
Bill Kehoe, who joined state government Aug. 1 after four years in Los Angeles County, said he wants to instill a common "sense of urgency" across the state.