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Cybersecurity policy academy highlights importance of state-local collaboration
Four states that participated in a year-long National Governor's Association program are increasing their efforts to engage local governments on IT security.
Blockchain voting could grow beyond West Virginia
The company behind West Virginia's much-scrutinized blockchain-encrypted ballots for overseas voters says other states have expressed interest.
How skeptics called Big Telecom's bluff on broadband coverage maps
An unreliable map spurred an investigation that included one researcher who drove more than 7,000 miles, recruited a Bulgarian app developer, and forced the FCC ask a lot of questions.
West Virginia's new chief technology officer says he's taking a 'risk approach'
Joshua Spence, previously the chief information security officer, wants the state to make cybersecurity a bigger consideration before making big IT decisions.
West Virginia's Joshua Spence promoted to CTO
Effective immediately, the chief information security officer replaces John Dunlap, who retired quietly earlier this month.
West Virginia says 144 people voted using mobile blockchain app
Overseas residents like active-duty military members were able to cast their ballots in this year's election using the blockchain-backed Voatz mobile app.
Blockchain-enabled voting has started in West Virginia
The state's overseas voters started casting ballots using a mobile app that runs on the decentralized ledger last Friday.
West Virginia to offer mobile, blockchain-based ballots to its overseas voters in November
The state is expanding on a two-county test during its May primary, despite the misgivings of election security advocates.
West Virginia may offer blockchain-based ballots to all of its overseas voters this November
The state, which tested the technology in two counties during the May primary, is waiting on the results of a post-election audit, despite pointed critics of online voting.