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Georgia's evidence-free election fight

Georgia's two U.S. senators, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, yesterday accused, without evidence, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger of mismanaging the state's election and demanded his resignation. While all three are Republicans, Perdue and Loeffler claimed baselessly that Raffensperberg was botching the vote-tabulation process, which shows President-elect Joe Biden with a small but widening lead for the state's 16 electoral votes. Raffensperger responded that he has no plans to quit and defended his election oversight. Benjamin Freed reports.

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A quiet post-election for CIOs?

While 11 states held gubernatorial races last week, the results are not expected to result in much turnover for chief information officers. Party control changed in only one state — Montana, where CIO Tim Bottenfield has announced his impending retirement — while the other 10 were races won by incumbents or members of the current party in power. North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley said it's an "awesome thing" for his department that Gov. Doug Burgum will get another four years in office. Ben and Colin Wood have more.

Cyberattack on U. Vermont hospital

A cyberattack at the University of Vermont Health Network has forced one of the network’s hospitals to delay chemotherapy and mammogram appointments, making it the latest example of how cybercriminals can impact patient care, CyberScoop's Sean Lyngaas reports. While hospital officials specify the source of the attack, which began Oct. 25, it coincides with a recent wave of Ryuk ransomware attacks against the U.S. health sector. Read more on CyberScoop.


Using cloud to scale services and security

Microsoft’s Michael Mattmiller reflects on how agencies have leaned on cloud infrastructure and SaaS applications to scale services during the pandemic. He discusses Microsoft’s own lessons on agility to enable their remote workforce, and how those lessons have helped them gain perspective with their government partners in approaching key challenges. Hear more from Mattmiller.

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