For remote learning in government, coronavirus cyber training could prove transformational
With the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework as a guide, agencies can not only identify skills gaps but explore new ways of instruction.
New York launches IT 'SWAT teams' to aid pandemic response
The state is recruiting private-sector and education technologists to help with the IT workload created by the health crisis. Microsoft and Google have already volunteered.
Digital medical licenses could help doctors practice across state lines
A company that digitizes professional licenses is offering states access to its software to validate medical licenses as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
States spend big on remote-working tech, brace for unemployment
As unemployment claims spike, some governments' systems struggle to keep pace with the heightened load.
Carnegie Mellon U. launches cybersecurity master's program in D.C.
The new program, headed by former U.S. Chief Information Security Officer Gregory Touhill, is designed to train a new generation of talent not only technically, but in business and management skills.
This team wants to teach your kids cybersecurity while they're home from school
This virtual school could keep kids engaged while coronavirus-related school closures skyrocket.
OpenStax makes its online learning tools free
On top of the publisher's already free catalog of textbooks, online homework resources are now free to teachers and students during the public health crisis.
LA hackathon for students moves online amid virus outbreak
The eighth annual LA Hacks event will adopt a virtual format for the first time this year to give students a chance to explore and create new technologies.
New York State launches digital services office
The New York State Digital Service will recruit cohorts of mid-career professionals in 18-month tours to improve government's digital services.
Coursera offers free access to universities closed by coronavirus
The dozens of institutions closing their doors in recent days in response to the public health crisis now have an additional resource to draw from.