N.C. cybersecurity strategy leverages legislative and workforce development measures
As a result of pandemic, the North Carolina has ramped up cybersecurity initiatives and workforce development programs, says Rob Main, the state’s chief risk officer.
Georgia’s CISO on strategies to overcome workforce gaps in security
David Allen shares the state’s approach to expand its security workforce, including leveraging young talent out of school and partnering with third-party security providers.
Pennsylvania's CTO on ensuring network resiliency to support cloud strategies
Pennsylvania CTO on how the adoption of cloud computing impacts the state’s networking requirements and what value propositions to consider in network updates.
Georgia’s CTO on taking a cloud-first posture to minimize technical debt
The state is shifting its cloud posture after the expense and fragility of its VPN-approach to connecting to on-prem data centers reached a tipping point, shares CTO Steve Nichols.
Advancing AI/ML in state and local government
IT experts from Arizona and HPE discuss ways AI/ML are helping to advance the work of the Superior Court in Maricopa County.
North Dakota’s CTO, the right network capacity at the right cost
Duane Schell shares how the state has kept networking costs relatively neutral by adding more value to the capacities they are procuring.
Building the roadmap to IT network modernization
Copper River IT on ensuring state networks can properly and securely support IT efforts.
Modernizing network capacity and security for the remote workforce
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.
How modern identity platforms can help states blunt fraudulent claims￼
Modern identify and access management platforms can prevent bad actors from entering state systems — and streamline citizens’ experience, says a new report.