New Mexico

New Mexico creates cyber planning committee as grant push begins

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New Mexico CIO Peter Mantos said his state is convening "the correct players" as it starts its application for DHS cyber grants.

A look at New Mexico CIO Peter Mantos’ top priorities

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On the Priorities podcast, New Mexico CIO Peter Mantos outlines his approach to the role. New Jersey’s innovation office turns to data.

New and familiar threats loom over midterms, election officials tell Congress

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Misinformation and disinformation continue to fuel both cyber and physical threats against election administrators, officials told Congress.

New Mexico’s new CIO says cybersecurity a focus amid state's broadband rollout

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As New Mexico strives to connect more of its rural residents with broadband, CIO Peter Mantos says a parallel cyber effort is underway.

New Mexico governor names Peter Mantos as new IT secretary

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New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham named Peter Mantos, an IT industry veteran, as the state’s new IT secretary.

New Mexico Supreme Court orders county commission to certify vote

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Judges ordered the Otero County Commission, which had cited falsehoods about voting equipment, to certify results of the June 7 primary.

New Mexico secretary of state sues county commission refusing to certify vote

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Commissioners in Otero County, New Mexico refused certifying the June 7 primary, citing unfounded claims about vote-tabulation equipment.

Months after ransomware attack, Bernalillo County, N.M., adopts cybersecurity policy

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Bernalillo County, which was hit with ransomware in early January, adopted a new cybersecurity policy, including multi-factor authentication.

New Mexico governor names cyber adviser, cites Russian threat

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Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham named Annie Winterfield Manriquez as her senior adviser for cybersecurity and critical infrastructure.

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