Enhancing cyber posture with limited resources and budget
How SLED organizations can simplify and secure remote access, protect critical infrastructure and data, and reduce costs while reducing risk.
Ready or not, states are about to find out if their election security investments worked
State and local election officials have hired new cybersecurity personnel, purchased new hardware and software and even brought in the National Guard.
New York City child services gives new tablet computers to all child abuse investigators
More than 2,000 caseworkers will be equipped with Microsoft Surface Pro devices, which will give them access to critical files while in the field, the city says.
Former Texas IT director departs for University of Texas vice chancellorship
Stacey Napier will direct the University of Texas' government relations in her new role.
NYC's latest moonshot challenge targets cybersecurity for small businesses
The city discovered in a recent survey that small business owners are aware of cyber threats but are largely unequipped to address them.
A new interstate election security body is about to face its first major test
Ben Spear, executive director of the Election Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center, shares how the organization's first seven months have prepared the nation for Election Day.
Waymo to start testing driver-free cars in California
The Google spinoff is the first company to get a permit from the state to operate autonomous vehicles without a human behind the wheel.
FirstNet fills board with six new appointments
After recent leadership changes, the public safety network's governing body is full again.
Local governments hit FCC with three 5G lawsuits
Twenty-two West Coast cities and counties are challenging a recent federal ruling that restricts what municipalities can charge phone companies for installing next-generation wireless equipment.