How DHS plans to improve state and local cybersecurity this week

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is expected to announce several changes, including a hike in the minimum amount that state and local government grant recipients must spend on cybersecurity.

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SolarWinds' Sudhakar Ramakrishna said his company is still investigating the scope of the attack.

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Tim Maurer has focused on cybersecurity in the international and financial services spheres.

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Overpayments, underpayments and 400,000 unread emails from citizens were among the findings of a recent audit of the Kentucky unemployment bureau.

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The deal is by far the biggest in Tyler's corporate history, and gives the civic tech vendor a doorway into statewide contracting.

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The National Cybersecurity Center is planning a 50-state (virtual) tour to help raise awareness of cyber hygiene and threats among legislators.

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The Colorado Digital Service, launched soon after the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, designed and procured tools critical to the state's response to the health crisis.

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Gov. Steve Sisolak voiced support for legislation allowing emerging-tech companies to develop land where they could assume the power of county governments.

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Early policies on student loan relief indicate a positive trend, one edtech leader told EdScoop, but some still seek "a general reversal from the last four years."

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Google Cloud's new suite of predictive analytics and logistics tools are designed to help state and local agencies manage their vaccine distribution plans.

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Paul Savory, who joined CSU Global last week as its new provost, told EdScoop that online education shows "huge potential for growth."

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