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Philadelphia transit system to use AI video platform for gun detection

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A transit system serving five counties in and around Philadelphia says it will use technology from ZeroEyes to spot firearms fast.

NTIA delivers $67M to states in broadband planning grants

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The National Telecommunications and Information Administration announced another batch of broadband planning grants for states.

States need federal leadership on ransomware, says Delaware security chief

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Delaware Chief Security Officer Solomon Adote said during an event that federal government should lead states on cyber response.

Maryland blocks TikTok, other Chinese tech firms

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Maryland banned TikTok from government devices. State CISO Chip Stewart also blocked other Chinese tech companies, including Huawei and ZTE.

Raytheon lands $34M Georgia cybersecurity contract

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Raytheon was selected by the Georgia Technology Authority to provide cybersecurity services to state agencies.

Arizona’s CISO on welcoming a new governor

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On the Priorities podcast, Arizona CISO Tim Roemer talks preparing for both the Super Bowl and the inauguration of a new governor.

San Francisco punts 'killer robot' question back to committee

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San Francisco will spend more time considering whether, and under which circumstances, the city’s police department may use its fleet of land-based robots to kill people.

Roads in Phoenix crumble after 'cool pavement' treatment peels off

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Roads in a Phoenix neighborhood are crumbling after rains caused the top seal coat of asphalt, called "cool pavement," to begin peeling off.

As Arizona prepares for new governor, its CISO focuses on Super Bowl

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Arizona CISO Tim Roemer told StateScoop that as Arizona prepares to inaugurate a new governor, it's also planning to host Super Bowl 57.

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