Atlanta CIO Gary Brantley to step down
Brantley was hired in September 2018 as the city was still climbing back from one of the worst ransomware attacks to hit a local government.
Atlanta CIO worries city employees will forget ransomware attack
"We have to tell people this can happen again," said Gary Brantley of the March 2018 ransomware attack on his city.
Public safety data needs a strategy, Atlanta CIO says
Atlanta's recent adoption of gunshot-detection devices means there's even more data the city find ways to share and manage.
Atlanta creates CIO advisory group to drive city's tech policy
The 13-member group includes technology executives at some of the city's biggest companies, including Delta Air Lines, Equifax and Chick-fil-A.
One year after Atlanta's ransomware attack, the city says it's transforming its technology
The city's new CIO, Gary Brantley, says cybersecurity is now "at the front of everything we do" in the wake of a cyberattack that cost Atlanta $17 million.
Atlanta CIO says city has moved more systems to cloud since ransomware attack
Nine months after a crippling cyberattack, Gary Brantley, who was hired in September, says the city is also lending its experience to other governments.
Six months after devastating ransomware attack, Atlanta hires a new CIO
Gary Brantley, currently the chief information officer for DeKalb County, Georgia Schools, will start next month, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms announced.