Delaware names new chief security officer
Solomon Adote, who previously worked for the state as a network analyst, was most recently an information security manager for multinational chemical manufacturer FMC.
Delaware is looking for a partner to expand rural broadband
The state wants to connect 127,700 homes and businesses that currently lack high-speed internet service within the next two years.
State chief data officers have some suggestions for the White House as it revises federal data guidelines
A group of 13 top statewide CDOs wrote in support for the Federal Data Strategy initiatives, but is asking for closer collaboration with state and local government stakeholders.
Delaware inks $738,000 blockchain contract with IBM
The resulting work could lay the groundwork for a new corporate filing system as the state renews its interest in the emerging record-keeping technology.
Delaware Chief Security Officer Elayne Starkey retires
Starkey had worked in state government for 22 years, the last 13 as Delaware's top cybersecurity official.
As Connecticut forms working group, blockchain remains highly experimental in state governments
Many states are now studying blockchain to improve security and efficiency in government, but the technology's exact value to the public sector is yet to be defined.
Delaware attorney general launches website that helps report data breaches
Delaware Attorney General Matt Denn says the resource will make it easy to let his office know what's happened when personal data has been exposed.
Mobile driver's license project announced in Delaware
The six-month test will search for flaws in the fledgling technology as the state considers a wide release.
Delaware launches text-to-911 service
Yet another state has started upgrading emergency communications systems in preparation for the next generation of 911.