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Virginia state capitol to use machine-learning weapons detection
The Virginia Capitol Police will test a machine-learning platform that's already in use in Utah and at sports stadiums around the world.
Ransomware hits everywhere, but governments pay 10 times more
Between April and June, the average payment from government victims was $338,700, compared to $36,295 for all victims, according to cybersecurity firm Coveware.
States need cyber disruption response plans, NGA says
State governments need to assemble plans for treating cyberattacks more like disasters, a new paper by the National Governors Association recommends.
Audit uncovers 'pervasive' problems in Illinois technology agency
Cost overruns, security concerns and a refusal to cooperate with the state comptroller were evidently hallmarks of Department of Innovation and Technology's recent history.
Hawaii governor vetoes location-data privacy bill
Telecommunications companies with customers in the Aloha State may continue selling their location data to third parties, unfettered by state regulation.
How cities can create a trustworthy privacy model
Developing trust with residents who will encounter internet-connected devices is the best way for cities to develop community privacy models, speakers said.
CIOs endorse Senate bill to grow state and federal cybersecurity collaboration
The legislation would open new cybersecurity tools, training and grants to state IT offices while boosting engagement with federal authorities.
BlueKeep vulnerability a 'bleak' situation for local governments, Tenable CTO says
Local governments still running outdated versions of Microsoft Windows need to start installing patches regularly, says Tenable's Renaud Deraison.
Ohio opens 540-acre testing ground for 'smart' vehicles
The facility, called SMARTCenter, is the latest addition to the state's investment in autonomous and connected vehicle research.