Closing the expertise gaps in state and local security
Expanding cybersecurity challenges and a shortage of talent make managed and professional services a strategic solution for government tech departments.
Virtual workspaces boost hiring capabilities says government CIO
Guy Cavello says the pandemic boosted secure remote work capabilities which can help agencies dip into a larger talent pool to fill IT skills gaps.
State workers more engaged with security since pandemic, CISOs say
"We have a heightened awareness of how important security is," Colorado CISO Deborah Blyth said during an online event about post-pandemic IT.
How to strengthen security concerns despite budget constraints
The coming year does not look promising for state budgets, but agencies can turn to managed services to lower costs and improve security.
Washington CIO says many probably won't return to office
During a CISA online summit, Washington state CIO Jim Weaver said 98% of his employees "love remote work or are fine with it."
Why a think tank is connecting cybersecurity volunteers with election officials
Maya Worman, executive director of the University of Chicago Harris School's Election Cyber Surge says the program aims to let election officials "know they are not out to sea."
Texas and New Jersey IT leaders praise benefits of RPA
State IT officials share strategies for deploying process automation tools and the gains they’re achieving using RPA to improve service delivery.
North Dakota covers schools' entry fees for national cyber competition
The state's IT agency will cover entry fees for up to 25 schools interested in joining the U.S. Air Force's nationwide CyberPatriot competition.
FCC’s CIO on embracing technology and agility during the pandemic
Francisco Salguero discusses AI, virtual desktop infrastructure and crisis plans that give the FCC’s IT team the ability to meet critical mission needs.