How the pandemic helped election officials prepare for a flood of misinformation
Election security experts say months of extraordinary preparation during the coronavirus pandemic are paying off.
Want to collaborate on cyber? Just ask, city officials say
Getting state and local governments to work together is all about knowing who to call and being persistent about it, speakers said during an online conference.
San Jose, Calif., mayor says more collaboration needed for 5G leap
Sam Liccardo said cities need help from telecom firms and the federal government to avoid saddling citizens with the cost of 5G infrastructure.
New Jersey courts CISO attributes stronger pandemic cybersecurity to staff
Regular virtual check-ins with court staff have had the benefit of strengthening the state judiciary's cybersecurity hygiene.
One professor's obsessive quest to replicate the university classroom experience from his home studio
Hundreds of hours and tens of thousands of dollars later, business analytics professor Sean Willems' home studio is better than most, but he said it still can't match the quality of education offered in a real classroom.
The newest cohort of Presidential Innovation Fellows goes virtual
The 2021 PIFs will be working remotely. They were chosen with an added emphasis on attracting artificial intelligence talent to the federal government. They'll be working remotely.
Army piloting new talent management pipelines to guarantee career paths
The Army wants to retain its talented officers. So it's letting them have more predictability in their careers to keep them in uniform.
How a small group of Marines is advancing modernization with coding
The Marine Corps needs every manhour it can get. So a small group of Marines have come together to use software to make the corps more effective.
What, exactly, is a U.S. CTO?
A look back at the relatively short history of the White House's chief technology officer role and accomplishments of the first four people to hold it.
State workers more engaged with security since pandemic, CISOs say
"We have a heightened awareness of how important security is," Colorado CISO Deborah Blyth said during an online event about post-pandemic IT.