Rick Snyder

Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and ex-state CIO launch cyber firm

by • 3 weeks ago

Rick Snyder and former Michigan CIO David Behen are co-founders of SensCy, which is focused on small- and medium-sized organizations.

Michigan CIO Dave DeVries steps down as new governor takes office

by • 4 years ago

His time with the state caps a career of public service that included 30 years in the Army and work with the federal government.

Digital Acceleration partnership in Michigan is Cisco's first at the state level

by • 5 years ago

An expansive new economy-building partnership focuses on digital workforce, citizen-centric government and connected roadways.

Could a corps of civilian cybersecurity volunteers save state networks?

by • 5 years ago

In response to an ever-growing landscape of cyberthreats, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder formed a Cyber Civilian Corps. Now, one of the group’s leaders sees a national application.

Michigan aims to spur economy through student cyber competition

by • 6 years ago

The state is joining the nationwide effort to get kids involved in computer science and cybersecurity through a high school competition.

National Governors Association launches state cyber policy academy

by • 6 years ago

Five states are slated to participate in the workshop, which aims to help officials develop and implement comprehensive cybersecurity strategies.

Michigan unveils 'city' for testing autonomous cars

by • 7 years ago

As the demand for autonomous vehicles grows, a new initiative out of the University of Michigan aims to find a way to test them safely and efficiently.

Michigan gov. proposes more cybersecurity funding

by • 7 years ago

As attacks on Michigan's systems continue to rise, the governor included a significant boost to cybersecurity funding in his fiscal year 2016 budget.

Michigan health plan enrolls 85,000+ in first week

by • 8 years ago

The Michigan Departments of Community Health and Human Services kicked off enrollment activities to begin providing health care coverage to nearly half a million more Michigan residents April 1.