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'Adieu' to the CISO

Oklahoma Chief Information Security Officer Matt Singleton resigned Wednesday after more than three years in the role, the state Office of Management and Enterprise Services announced. The agency announced Singleton’s departure in a tweet: “Today we bid adieu to our cyber commander Matt Singleton!” the post read. Singleton was named CISO in July 2019, and during his tenure was responsible for writing the state government’s first cyber strategy, including implementing a third-party risk management program and adopting NIST frameworks. He also oversaw the completion of more than three dozen security upgrades over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Benjamin Freed has more.

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Eight states awarded for data-driven policymaking

Accelerating economic mobility, advancing equity and creating better living conditions for residents are goals that drive much of state spending, but how do states know if their investments are going to be effective? Increasingly, states are developing data-driven and evidence-based practices to determine where to get the highest returns on their investments, according to the nonprofit Results for America, which yesterday awarded eight states for their data-driven projects. Lindsay McKenzie reports.

Florida CIO works through 'organized chaos' of Hurricane Ian response

Since Hurricane Ian ripped through Florida last month, state officials have been working to assess the damage, restore critical services and help residents find missing loved ones. There's a heavy digital component those efforts, as state CIO Jamie Grant told StateScoop recently. Over the past few weeks, the Florida Digital Service has set up new websites to help residents find friends and family, and worked with the satellite internet service Starlink to restore connectivity in storm-damaged areas. “It’s kind of organized chaos,” Grant said. Ben has the story.

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