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Back to school!

Wyoming IT leaders will head back to school next January, when the state's Enterprise Technology Services department develops a new executive leadership certificate at the University of Wyoming. Ten people will take the course, including CIO Bill Vajda. “We’re pretty good at the technology areas, but leadership skills are where we’re looking to go,” said Donovan Alonzo, the agency’s chief of staff. Emily Bamforth reports.

A Message From AWS Educate

With over 1,500 institutions and hundreds of thousands of students who use AWS Educate, we wanted to take you on a trip around the world and highlight how students are learning and innovating with the cloud. Learn more.

Shields are holding

The "Shields Up" campaign CISA started earlier this year was designed to help individuals and organizations defend against cyber intrusions, particularly from Russia as it threatened to unleash digital warfare in retaliation for U.S. support of Ukraine. In an op-ed for CyberScoop, CISA Director Jen Easterly and National Cyber Director Chris Inglis write that the effort has largely succeeded. But even as the mantra becomes a new normal, Easterly and Inglis warn that it's not sustainable forever, and could lead to vigilance fatigue — the opposite of what it's meant to promote. Read the column.

California sheriff to stop sharing license-plate data after settlement

The sheriff's office in Marin County, California, recently agreed to stop sharing license-plate and location data it collects with agencies from other states and federal authorities, like ICE, according to a legal settlement made public last week. The office had been sued by pro-immigration activists who argued that it was not complying with two California laws that restrict what immigration-related data can be shared with out-of-state agencies. Benjamin Freed had the story.


A More Purposeful Mission: The Army’s Multi-Cloud Approach

Raj Iyer, CIO for the U.S. Army, speaks on operationalizing cloud technology to connect data across weapon system platforms and achieve digital overmatch. Iyer also expects that unclassified and classified users across the Army will utilize 100% virtual desktop infrastructure in the next two to three years. Learn more from Iyer.

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