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In New Jersey, data privacy starts with basic education
The state’s chief data and privacy officer says she’s doing a lot with privacy, but keeping data private starts with educating staff on the fundamentals.
For state governments, cybersecurity is getting more complex
State chief information security officers and homeland security advisers who spoke at a federal cybersecurity conference said their missions are widening.
New Jersey touts 'first' innovation training platform for state government
The Innovation Skills Accelerator will put state workers through a 10-course program to prepare them for deeper in-person training around topics including AI and blockchain.
Election officials say they're adopting a 'security first' mindset heading into 2020
The relationship between state and federal officials has improved, but there are still plenty of challenges in securing election systems across the country, speakers at an NGA conference said.
'Whole-of-state' approach on cybersecurity growing in popularity
State IT agencies play an expanding role in coordinating cybersecurity policy all the way down to the lowest levels of government, speakers said at a National Governors Association conference.
New Jersey launches data dashboard to share information on opioid addiction
The state's attorney general says the new tool is part of a program for law enforcement to take a more holistic approach to handling people with drug addictions.
States' spending on election security expected to pick up in 2019
States have only spent a sliver of their federal grant funding so far, but investment is expected to ramp up heading into the next presidential election.
To help government, GIS leaders must understand business goals
In this GIS Addressed podcast, two GIS experts encourage working closely with agencies, acting as an interpreter between the worlds of business and technology.
Paperless government could be coming to New Jersey
Legislation now making its way through the state Senate would establish a task force to evaluate whether a paper-free executive branch is feasible.