Automated cyberthreat intelligence pilot reduced states' response times to minutes

States that participated in the pilot cut the time needed to block malicious domains from three days to three minutes.

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Kate Bender, Kansas City, Missouri’s deputy performance officer, said the pandemic last year confirmed the power of data in improving governance.

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Both men have experience responding to advanced Russian hacking activity.

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The nonprofit will receive additional support this year from the consulting group Ignite Cities, furthering its mission to close the gender and diversity gaps in the technology sector.

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San Antonio's CivTechSA will host two pitch competitions for K-12 students and college students this year to expand the city's technology workforce.

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Illinois will select a cohort of digital navigators in the new year to offer digital literacy and skills training in low-income and rural communities.

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Data governance, infrastructure and the workforce remain areas in need of improvement, said the chair of the federal CDO Council.

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The National Cybersecurity Center wants to help officials understand the vulnerabilities of the internet-connected devices that power smart-city programs.

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He led a team that reassured the public that the 2020 election was secure, despite President Donald Trump’s baseless assertions to the contrary.

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Statewide vaccine distribution plans will hinge on states' IT and data systems and whether residents trust their officials, according to a new report from the National Governors Association.

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Cybersecurity leads for the eighth consecutive year, while digital government, broadband and workforce issues also ranked highly as the health crisis continues.

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