Colorado

Colorado has a new data-privacy law. But how to implement it?

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Businesses and nonprofits say more clarity is needed to implement the Colorado Privacy Act, which passed last year.

Colorado sets new digital strategy, targets 99% broadband access by 2027

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Colorado published a new digital strategy and broadband roadmap setting several five-year targets for technology access.

Colorado says website restored day after Russia-linked DDoS attack

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Colorado.gov has been restored following a denial-of-service attack carried out by a Russian-speaking group that calls itself Killnet.

Russian hacking group targets state-government websites in DDoS campaign

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The pro-Russia hacking group Killnet launched a series of DDoS attacks against U.S. state government websites, temporarily disabling several.

Colorado starts accepting tax payments in crypto

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Gov. Jared Polis said earlier this year that Colorado would start accepting tax payments in cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Etherum.

Deputy clerk charged in Colorado election-breach case pleads guilty, will testify against boss

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Belinda Knisely, deputy to Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters, admitted to her role in a breach that's highlighted insider threats against elections.

Ambiguous 'cybersecurity event' shuts offices in Colorado county

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Fremont County, Colorado, closed its government buildings last week after an apparent cyberattack that knocked out emails and websites.

Colorado to add 150 new connected vehicle devices to roadways

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Colorado awarded contracts to two connected-vehicle companies, furthering an initiative aimed at reducing congestion and improving safety.

Secretaries of State prepare for insider threats in elections

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On the Priorities podcast, Secretaries of State from Colorado and Ohio say insider threats are a growing concern ahead of the 2022 elections.

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