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