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Election cyberattacks grow with each new candidate, Utah CIO says

by • 1 week ago

Utah Chief Information Officer Mike Hussey says the state is coordinating and practicing for cyberattacks against election systems, which are escalating.

Utah considering blockchain for vehicle title transfers

by • 2 months ago

State CIO Mike Hussey said the distributed-ledger technology can reduce time wasted by shuttling documents to and from the bank.

NASCIO honors Utah Gov. Herbert with Technology Champion Award

by • 7 months ago

The state leader was recognized for his broad contributions to IT in the public sector, including broadband, job-training and digital government initiatives.

Costly 2012 data breach showed Utah importance of tracking inventory

by • 7 months ago

The incident, which cost the state $10 million, led it to adopt a network-monitoring platform that controls which devices can log on.

For effective IT delivery, understand the business first, says Utah CIO

by • 8 months ago

Utah's Mike Hussey says he's working to reform the state's development process to one focused on business outcomes at the beginning of a project.

State CIOs need to change culture around data sharing

by • 10 months ago

On the latest episode of the Priorities podcast, Illinois CIO Jack King and Utah CIO Mike Hussey offer steps to better data use and sharing.

A Virginia agency built an escape room for cybersecurity training

by • 11 months ago

Its efficacy has yet to be proven, but officials say engagement and interest in the training material is way up.

Utah expands AI use with Google Home notary quiz

by • 1 year ago

The Beehive State continues to build on its reputation as a fervent supporter of artificial intelligence as it seeks new ways to ease the public's interactions with state government.

Collaboration gives state, local government advantage on cybersecurity

by • 2 years ago

The lack of competition between state and local governments gives them the unique position to share threat intelligence and data in a way the private sector cannot.

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