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Modernizing network capacity and security for the remote workforce

by • 1 month ago

The State of Oklahoma and the City of Philadelphia are using key partnerships to simplify network architecture and lower operational costs, shares IT leader Ben Caruso.

IT modernization moves forward in Vermont with $140 million

by • 2 months ago

On the Priorities podcast, Vermont CIO John Quinn outlines IT modernization efforts. Oklahoma CISO Matt Singleton weighs in on cyber grants.

'Anything's doable' in cybersecurity, Oklahoma CISO says

by • 2 months ago

Oklahoma CISO Matt Singleton spoke with StateScoop at the 2022 NASCIO midyear conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

Oklahoma tribe upgrades criminal justice IT in wake of Supreme Court ruling

by • 8 months ago

The Choctaw Nation is overhauling the software used by its tribal courts to give both the local government and its residents a more modern experience.

Enhancing cloud security to enable digital transformation

by • 1 year ago

Oklahoma CISO Matt Singleton and Splunk Chief Strategy Advisor Juliana Vida highlight how state agencies are enabling digital transformation using the cloud.

Oklahoma CISO says pandemic accelerated zero-trust implementation

by • 1 year ago

Matt Singleton told StateScoop his office, which is still 98% remote, has implemented 38 "significant" cybersecurity initiatives over the past 18 months.

How states are using data to manage cybersecurity risk

by • 1 year ago

States are increasingly using data to improve how they address their biggest problems, including their biggest problem: managing cybersecurity risk.

Oklahoma's new secondary data center can withstand a major tornado

by • 1 year ago

The new data center, located across state lines in a Dallas suburb, is designed to survive tornadoes as fast as 165 mph, officials said.

New software helps government fight COVID-19 vaccine misinformation

by • 2 years ago

New software from Granicus helps state and local agencies measure the efficacy of digital campaigns that encourage residents to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

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