Texas

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.

Texas by Texas platform saw unexpected growth

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On the Priorities podcast, Texas’ Jennifer Buaas says the state’s digital services platform is growing as more services come online.

Texas’ citizen services app to automate driving-test paperwork

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The Texas by Texas app is planning next year to automate the currently tedious paperwork process for attaining a driver's license.

Texas Deputy CIO on the benefits of software-defined networking solutions

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John Hoffman says that SD-WAN offers capabilities to provide efficient and robust solutions across different agencies.

Free Wi-Fi rolled out to 40,000 Fort Worth residents

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Using existing wired internet, Fort Worth has boosted free Wi-Fi access to residents in five underserved neighborhoods

Texas pushes citizen services growth with app

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On the Priorities Podcast, Texas CIO Amanda Crawford on the state’s citizen services app. New York CIO Tony Riddick on cybersecurity.

Texas school district fires employee after discovering crypto mining rigs

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The Galveston Independent School District's IT staff investigating network anomalies found crypto mining devices on six campuses.

Texas picks college campus for first regional SOC

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Angelo State University, in West Texas, will host what's eyed as the first of several regional security operations centers around the state.

State cyber leaders aim for more scrutiny of cloud vendors

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More states are developing their own certification models when considering the security of cloud platforms.

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