Connecticut calls its new Cybersecurity Action Plan a 'call to arms'
The document outlines new programs and provides guidance to public and private institutions across the state.
Connecticut launches statewide partnership with national police database
The Center for Policing Equity says the groundbreaking partnership could provide an unprecedented view of police operations across the entire state.
Connecticut announces self-driving car test program
Four lucky municipalities will be chosen to test the technology on their public roads.
State leaders say net neutrality repeal could upend equitable service delivery
As the nation waits for the FCC to register its final ruling, some state leaders plan for potential disruptions to government services.
Universal cybersecurity principles advance policy in Connecticut
A new strategy document contains principles that "can be applied to every person, organization, government agency, and business in Connecticut," according to the governor's office.
Washington and Connecticut open doors for self-driving vehicles
As an industry waits for solid national guidelines, two states press for greater development of the technology with measures to expand testing.
Connecticut names Arthur House state's first chief cyber security risk officer
The new role is intended to bridge agency and sector.
Data breach bill hits governor’s desk in Connecticut
If Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy signs SB 949, new requirements on businesses in the state for data breaches will go into effect.
Connecticut unveils online voting system
Gov. Dannel Malloy and Secretary of State Denise Merrill officially debuted the system that will be featured on the state’s homepage and on every Connecticut state agency website.