cybersecurity

Texas signals potential changes to cybersecurity policies

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A report from the Texas Department of Information Resources includes numerous recommendations it will make to the state legislature.

Arizona selects Tanium for 'whole-of-state' cyber program

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Arizona Chief Information Security Officer Tim Roemer said the new software will give him a better view of the threat landscape.

Maryland to train 100 state workers in cybersecurity

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"Everyone in IT has to be a cyber person," Maryland CISO Chip Stewart said of a program that will fund cyber training for 100 state workers.

MS-ISAC is a no-cost, community-driven approach to cyber threat prevention

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Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center offers U.S. state, local, tribal and territorial governments robust cybersecurity tools and resources

As workforce hits ‘crisis’ level, cyber leaders push forward

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On the Priorities podcast, NASCIO’s Meredith Ward and Deloitte’s Srini Subramanian break down the group’s biennial cybersecurity survey.

Modernizing password and secrets management to strengthen zero-trust posture

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IT leader Darren Guccione discusses the FedRAMP authorization for a modern password manager and secure digital vault cloud solution.

What small city CIOs have in common with big states

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On the Priorities podcast, Urbana, Illinois, IT Director Sanford Hess explains his approach to modernization in the central Illinois city.

Cybersecurity grants are 'at the goal line,' says New Hampshire CIO

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New Hampshire CIO Denis Goulet said he believes guidance for DHS cybersecurity grants is "close to the goal line."

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.

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