Reporter who notified Missouri officials of website flaw did 'nothing out of line,' emails show
As Gov. Mike Parson digs in against the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for finding a flaw on a state website, records show the paper followed the proper steps of vulnerability disclosure.
Missouri auditor finds cyber hygiene lapses across local governments
A compilation of 11 audits of local governments and courts found common lapses in cyber hygiene, including weak password practices and a lack of backups.
Report: Missouri has taken 'few steps' to improve outdated IT
Aging systems, vacant cyber roles and administrative shakeups have hampered the state's technology governance, according to a report.
Missouri governor accuses newspaper of 'hacking' state website
A St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter notified a state agency that it was exposing sensitive personal data. Gov. Mike Parson wants the paper investigated.
Missouri’s security chief steps down for role at WWT
After two decades with the state government, Meyer took a role as a consulting security architect for World Wide Technology's SLED practice.
Why government technologists love the Domino's pizza tracker
The ubiquitous pizza chain's customer-service app has become a model for state governments seeking to improve their digital services.
Kansas City expands civic engagement with data stories, virtual 'lunch-and-learns'
Officials said a pair of new initiatives are geared toward helping residents better understand the city's digital services and open data.
Missouri eyes IT overhaul with Rescue Plan funding
Chief Information Officer Jeffrey Wann said he wants to bring residents the same quality of service he gets when ordering from Domino's.
Missouri faced 'roadblocks' on data literacy during COVID-19
Missouri state officials initially struggled to adopt data-driven practices at the onset of the pandemic, but the tide has turned, Chief Operating Officer Drew Erdmann said.