Is our elections infrastructure ready for the November election?
Ben Spear with the EI-ISAC and Spencer Wood, CIO of the Ohio secretary of state's office, say the nation's elections infrastructure is ready for November.
Ohio's vulnerability disclosure program for elections indicates 'maturity'
The first-in-the-nation policy allows independent researchers to look for flaws in voter registration websites across the state's 88 counties.
Local government's open forums must persist during pandemic, say city leaders
As the coronavirus pandemic forces many government services online, technology officials cite concern that some transparency efforts could get left behind.
Ohio CIO says pandemic prompted statewide cybersecurity push
"It’s everyone’s, not just IT’s, burden to bear," Ervan Rodgers said during an online conference.
Ohio asks vendors to take pay cuts as pandemic crunches budget
The state is asking vendors, including IT suppliers, for 15% discounts as the economic fallout from COVID-19 pinches its finances.
Ohio gets $4.4M for autonomous trucking corridor
Together with the Indiana Department of Transportation, Ohio will test new AV tech on a stretch of Interstate 70 running between Columbus and Indianapolis.
As economies reopen, demands on state IT begin to flatten
State technology officials have been slammed with new projects to support other agencies during the pandemic, but two officials in Ohio said they're finally planning for life back in the office.
Ohio legislature moves to expand cybercrime enforcement
The legislation would greatly expand the definition of what constitutes a cybercrime and allow prosecution of unsuccessful hacking attempts.
Remote work to be a 'lasting feature' for state IT offices
Several state CIOs predict that widespread telework will linger in government long after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.