Nevada launches new license plate to support STEM education
Those who purchase the new design will see their proceeds go toward nonprofits that advance technology and computer science training and education.
Nevada CIO Michael Dietrich steps down
After 18 months in the role, Nevada's chief information officer will become the chief administrative officer for the Greater Nevada Credit Union.
How Sparks, Nevada, is rethinking security after ransomware
Commentary: The city's IT manager recounts a 2015 cyberattack and how managed detection and response has transformed the city's security posture.
How Lake Tahoe is fixing its evacuation route bottleneck
With only six major routes in or out of the popular tourist spot, state and federal officials are convening to design a more resilient disaster plan.
Business group says it's building $7.5 billion 'smart city' inside Las Vegas
"Bleutech Park," backed in part by Cisco, claims it will include robotic security services, buildings made from "self-healing concrete" and an augmented-reality mode.
Nevada lawmakers approve four blockchain bills
New legislation is hoped to encourage innovative uses of the record-keeping technology by the public and inside government itself.
NGA selects six states for election cybersecurity policy academy
Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Minnesota, Nevada and Virginia will spend the next six months studying election security to come up with plans ahead of the 2020 election.
Nevada lawmaker proposes controversial 'textalyzer' bill
The bill would allow police officers to use a device to determine whether a driver was using a mobile phone at the time of a collision.
Blockchain investor wants to build a conceptual city in the middle of the Nevada desert
Jeffrey Berns bought 67,000 acres of land to build an experimental city in which every facet of life incorporates distributed ledger technology.