WannaCry

BlueKeep vulnerability a 'bleak' situation for local governments, Tenable CTO says

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Local governments still running outdated versions of Microsoft Windows need to start installing patches regularly, says Tenable's Renaud Deraison.

160 Connecticut computers targeted by WannaCry Virus

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The DAS CIO does not believe any data was lost in the attack.

Before ransomware makes you want to cry, build bridges to protect your state’s IT infrastructure

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Commentary: A former Texas state chief information officer draws on her public sector experience to guide government leaders through incidents like the recent ransomware attack known as 'WannaCry.'

Procurement, cybersecurity, innovation top priorities under North Carolina's new technology chief

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After a few weeks as the state's leading technology official, Eric Boyette shares his outlook for North Carolina's IT future as one of opportunity and partnership.

WannaCry hits Chicago-area county, marking first confirmed government infection in U.S.

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Cook County, Illinois, reports its cybersecurity team is handling the situation and operations are stable.

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