Indiana 'very aggressive' on cyber partnerships with cities
A new information-sharing law and inclusion in an NGA policy academy will grow Indiana's "whole-of-state" approach, CIO Tracy Barnes said.
Indiana poised to increase cybersecurity info sharing among government
The state is expected to enact legislation that will require state agencies and local governments to report all cyberattacks to the Indiana Office of Technology.
States can play greater role in shaping grid cybersecurity, NGA says
Many states have created dedicated task forces and other bodies focused on protecting power utilities from cyberattacks, a new NGA report shows.
South Bend's former innovation chief returns for 'technified' community planning
The Indiana college town's former chief innovation officer, Santiago Garces, returned to run economic development after a stint leading Pittsburgh's IT efforts.
How Indiana's data-privacy policies prepared the state for COVID-19
Indiana Chief Privacy Officer Ted Cotterill said several years of transforming the state's culture of enterprise data-sharing paid off during the health crisis.
CIOs hope pandemic gives tech 'permanent seat at the table'
A group of state and city IT leaders said the pandemic's made their departments more important than ever.
Indiana to connect 10,000 homes with $51 million broadband fund
This second round of funding in a $100 million program has received $53 million in matching funds from 16 participating cooperatives and private telecom companies.
Indiana CISO Bryan Sacks resigned for private-sector job
Sacks departed the state government in March after a bit more than two years as Indiana's top cybersecurity official.
Indiana promotes interim chief data officer Josh Martin
Martin, who's been with the state since 2012 formally takes over the agency’s data initiatives, like efforts to combat COVID-19 and the opioid epidemic.