Statescoop TV

Improving security postures across New York's agencies

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CTO Rajiv Rao discusses how the state has benefited from greater connectivity and service delivery due to network modernization.

Pennsylvania embracing a geo-diverse network core

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CTO Jason Hebbe on the benefits of having geo-diverse redundancy in the state’s core network capabilities.

Expanding network capabilities in Georgia

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Georgia CTO Dmitry Kagansky on the state's emphasis on pushing broadband throughout and improving coverage with new technologies.

Texas Deputy CIO on the benefits of software-defined networking solutions

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John Hoffman says that SD-WAN offers capabilities to provide efficient and robust solutions across different agencies.

Why community is a key pillar of a defense-in-depth security strategy

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As sophisticated cyberattacks become more widespread, evidence points towards information sharing groups as a key defensive strategy, say CIS’ Randy Rose.

T-Mobile executive discusses strategies for investing in 5G

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To get the most value out of 5G investments, state leaders need to consider the different types of 5G connectivity, says T-Mobile executive Dave Bezzant.

How Massachusetts has enhanced its threat hunting analysis

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Assistant secretary for technology, security and operations and COO Sean Hughes on building greater security protections into the state’s network.

Oklahoma CISO discusses security and single identity strategies for citizen services

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Matt Singleton praises Oklahoma’s foresight into supply chain security and identity measures that are helping the state stay ahead of modern threats.

N.C. cybersecurity strategy leverages legislative and workforce development measures

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As a result of pandemic, the North Carolina has ramped up cybersecurity initiatives and workforce development programs, says Rob Main, the state’s chief risk officer.

Georgia’s CISO on strategies to overcome workforce gaps in security

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David Allen shares the state’s approach to expand its security workforce, including leveraging young talent out of school and partnering with third-party security providers.

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