New York state
Outgoing New York CISO: 'It's certainly been a challenge'
New York CISO Karen Sorady, who's retiring after 32 years in state government, told StateScoop that changing perspectives on cybersecurity has been a focus of her work.
FireEye CEO: 'We are getting sucker-punched in cyberspace'
Kevin Mandia offered a blunt assessment of the cyberthreat landscape in an address to a conference hosted by New York State.
Why it's time for state IT to have a 'federalist moment'
Former New York State IT chief Jeremy Goldberg argues that the same principles of shared power that shape the U.S. political system can drive innovation.
Former interim New York CIO leaves state government
Jeremy Goldberg, a key technology adviser to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, served as the state's interim IT chief for about a year.
New York says pandemic-tech 'SWAT teams' saved it $14M
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said 7,300 tech-industry workers who volunteered to help the state address its pandemic-induced IT needs have completed about 40 projects.
New York launches IT 'SWAT teams' to aid pandemic response
The state is recruiting private-sector and education technologists to help with the IT workload created by the health crisis. Microsoft and Google have already volunteered.
New York CISO Deb Snyder retires from state government
Snyder stepped down in November after two-and-a-half years as New York's top cybersecurity official and 35 years total in state government.
New York state names new interim CIO
Jeremy M. Goldberg, who was most recently New York state's deputy secretary for innovation and technology, now serves as interim chief information officer.