Georgia board endorses more electronic voting machines
The new machines would make paper receipts, but advocates of hand-marked ballots say they don't go far enough to secure the state's elections.
Georgia has not followed good election security practices, cyber expert says
Gov.-elect Brian Kemp's last-minute accusation that Democrats hacked the state's voter registration database is but one in a string of election security gaffes, an expert told StateScoop.
U.S. adds charges in Georgia against suspects in Atlanta ransomware attack
A second indictment against the suspected SamSam hackers says the virus infected nearly 3,800 computers owned by the city.
As governor transition approaches, Georgia focuses on services
With an incoming gubernatorial transition, Georgia CIO Calvin Rhodes says the state's work on IT services will help agencies deliver on their missions.
Accusation that Democrats hacked Georgia voter database is "outrageous," says cyber expert
CyberScout founder Adam Levin says the comments undermine the national election security effort.
Georgia CIO details state's plans for its new $100 million cybersecurity center
Calvin Rhodes said the new facility will be used to train Army Cyber Command personnel and state and local IT workers trying to prevent future cyberattacks.
Meet the director of Georgia's new $100 million Cyber Center
Army Col. Eric Toler warns that if government, academia and private industry can't cooperate effectively, "we’re going to be vulnerable as a nation."
Former NSA commander to lead Georgia's new cybersecurity center
Retired Army Col. Eric Toler, who previously led the NSA's Georgia office, will run the new $100 million facility, which opened in July.
Georgia Technology Authority inks $219 million hybrid-cloud contract for state's digital services
The contract will place technology company Unisys in charge of the state's data centers, storage and computing services.