Maryland will hire data and privacy officers, Gov. Hogan says
Gov. Larry Hogan also said the state will get guidance on data security from a "senior-level" National Security Agency analyst.
Maryland Gov. Hogan rallies governors to repair national infrastructure
The Republican will use his year leading the National Governors Association to advocate for repair of the country's aging roads, bridges and digital networks.
Maryland governor reorganizes state's cybersecurity policy
Gov. Larry Hogan used an executive order to codify the state's chief information security officer role and create a new statewide cybersecurity agency.
With text-to-911 system, Maryland takes first step toward digital emergency communications
The state has funded a two-year contract for a local company to shift Maryland into the digital era.
Maryland 'OneStop' portal gathers hundreds of licenses in one location
To simplify confusing processes and make state government run more efficiently, the office of Gov. Larry Hogan has announced a new website.
Artificial intelligence backs Maryland's $50 million smart traffic signal upgrade
The upgrade is expected to reduce travel times by up to 15 percent.
Baltimore Cyber Range opens with 'hyper-realistic' training platform
The new facility is part of Gov. Larry Hogan's effort to address a widening cybersecurity workforce gap.
Elections, retirements bring in new state CIOs in 2015
In a tumultuous year for state information technology, more than 20 states welcomed new CIOs due to changes from elections, retirements or resignations.