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Post-pandemic, state IT is in a ‘time for reflection and change’

by • 7 months ago

As agencies respond to the changes presented by the health crisis, state IT leaders are looking towards more innovative ways to approach business operations, two industry leaders say.

'Trust of citizens' is most important part of zero trust, Washington CISO says

by • 10 months ago

A more strenuous approach to security may ruffle feathers, but is worth pursuing, Washington CISO Vinod Brahmapuram said during an online event.

Enhancing the security posture for state and local government

by • 1 year ago

With ransomware attacks on the rise, state and local leaders need to look at modern identity and access management tools to mitigate identity-based security risks.

How Montana is navigating its 'work-from-anywhere' policy

by • 1 year ago

Montana CTO Matt Van Syckle said continued remote work will require new considerations of state government's software and cybersecurity capabilities.

Oklahoma CISO says pandemic accelerated zero-trust implementation

by • 1 year ago

Matt Singleton told StateScoop his office, which is still 98% remote, has implemented 38 "significant" cybersecurity initiatives over the past 18 months.

When the pandemic broke the traditional security model

by • 1 year ago

Why agency leaders need to reset their assumptions about authentication and look to a better model for security across their network.

New York City wants to implement zero-trust security across government

by • 2 years ago

After successful implementation internally, New York City Cyber Command wants to overhaul network security across a city government with more than 100 agencies.

Re-envision network security with an ‘inverted’ perimeter

by • 2 years ago

As the bulk of work flows increasingly outside traditional enterprise security barriers, agencies need to rethink network security paradigms.

How the pandemic messed up D.C.'s cybersecurity plans

by • 2 years ago

Facing budget constraints and a new cybersecurity model, Washington, D.C.'s CISO is bracing for an "interesting" 2021.