Washington, Pennsylvania consider blockchain for identity management
At the intersection of cybersecurity and citizen experience, IAM could be improved by blockchain, said two top technology officials.
Montana considering new phase of IT consolidation, CIO says
State CIO Tim Bottenfield said infrastructure consolidation is complete and now officials are now looking at applications and people.
CIO 'broker' role flavors all state technology trends in 2019
New survey results released by NASCIO this week show that the CIO's emergence primarily as a business partner has expansive implications for states.
To find top talent, Maryland IT bureau taps internship program
The Maryland Department of Information Technology is the first state agency to take advantage of the regional program serving hundreds of organizations.
Ransomware hits everywhere, but governments pay 10 times more
Between April and June, the average payment from government victims was $338,700, compared to $36,295 for all victims, according to cybersecurity firm Coveware.
States need cyber disruption response plans, NGA says
State governments need to assemble plans for treating cyberattacks more like disasters, a new paper by the National Governors Association recommends.
Civic engagement platform PopVox to expand to states
A platform that crowdsources opinions about federal legislation is preparing to launch state-level platforms — beginning with California and Tennessee.