Robin O’Hara

Reporter who notified Missouri officials of website flaw did 'nothing out of line,' emails show

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As Gov. Mike Parson digs in against the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for finding a flaw on a state website, records show the paper followed the proper steps of vulnerability disclosure.

SBA’s CTO on how the agency is pioneering data usage for AI and cybersecurity

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Sanjay Gupta discusses the Small Business Administration’s short- and long-term goals as the agency continues to accelerate cloud-based service adoption at large.

California publishes 'road map' for next five years of cybersecurity

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State CIO Amy Tong said the plan is a "fundamental effort" to improve and standardize cybersecurity across a sprawling government enterprise.

AI use grew among states during the pandemic, NASCIO says

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The pandemic presented "the right business case" for AI in state government, Maryland IT Secretary Michael Leahy said in a new report.

Michigan cyber chief to also serve as state CIO

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Laura Clark, who was named the state's chief security officer in February, will get double duty as CIO, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said.

Louisiana taps income-verification tool to solve UI benefits woes

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Hundreds of Louisiana residents have downloaded the app to verify their income with the state in the past few weeks, the company said.

Colorado city says big autonomous-shuttle pilot is 'super valuable'

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After testing in the Denver suburb of Golden, the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance plans to expand its self-driving shuttles into two more cities next year.

It’s October. Are you aware of cybersecurity yet?

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Cybersecurity awareness month gets a ton of flak, especially from those working in cybersecurity. Does it need revision?

North Dakota hires former TransUnion executive as new data officer

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Ravi Krishnan, who has also been a data strategist, will succeed Dorman Bazzell, who was hired as the state's first data officer in 2018.

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