New York

Giving states reliable, resilient and robust networks

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IT leaders from Georgia, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas share their insights on how modern networks support agencies and citizens.

Improving security postures across New York's agencies

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CTO Rajiv Rao discusses how the state has benefited from greater connectivity and service delivery due to network modernization.

Parking apps pushed by cities with broken parking meters

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Syracuse, N.Y. is the latest city to promote parking apps amid growing frustration with aging and unreliable parking meters.

New York's cybersecurity operations center rolls out endpoint service to locals

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Gov. Kathy Hochul announced a $30 million shared services program to help cities and counties detect network intrusions.

New York governor appoints state’s first ‘chief cyber officer’

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul named Colin Ahern, a former New York City cybersecurity official, as the state's first chief cyber officer.

New York CTO says building digital services 'cannot be disruptive'

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New York CTO Rajiv Rao said that while digital government is here to stay, it can't undermine existing vital services.

New York names homeland security director Chris Desain as new CISO

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Chris Desain, director of the cyber incident response team in the state's counterterrorism office, will lead statewide cybersecurity efforts.

Texas pushes citizen services growth with app

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On the Priorities Podcast, Texas CIO Amanda Crawford on the state’s citizen services app. New York CIO Tony Riddick on cybersecurity.

New York CIO has summer plans for state's new cybersecurity center

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Angelo "Tony" Riddick said the state's cybersecurity center in Brooklyn will be "developing and refining processes" this summer.

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