K-12 vendor breach spreads across New York State
The breach of K-12 software vendor Illuminate Education has now impacted at least 24 districts across New York, according to a report.
New York rethinks digital services as the pandemic wanes
New York CTO Rajiv Rao talks about digital services. Massachusetts CIO Curt Wood weighs in on modernization.
Sustaining improved public service delivery
New York Department of Labor and LexisNexis Risk Solutions highlight how to use automation and identity management to streamline services, improve security and reduce fraud.
New York dumps $62 million into emergency wireless tech for counties
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul released $62.5 million in funding for counties seeking to upgrade their outdated emergency communications tech.
New York State squashed 'uptick' in Russian cyber traffic, CIO says
New York CIO Angelo Riddick said the Empire State is investing in new cybersecurity precautions and sharing with its local governments.
New York opens joint cybersecurity center to serve state and city needs
Gov. Kathy Hochul suggested the opening of the Brooklyn facility was accelerated because of rising tensions between the United States and Russia.
New York makes vaccine pass available to VA patients
The change came after an executive order from Gov. Kathy Hochul that allowed the VA to share its COVID-19 vaccine records with the state.
New York State CISO Karen Sorady stepping down
Karen Sorady, the state chief information security officer, will step down after joining the state's IT agency in 2012.
States try to 'parallel' federal orders on cybersecurity, officials say
Federal directives on cybersecurity aren't mandates for states, but many try to follow their guidance anyway, speakers said during an ATARC event.