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Cloud security compliance must always be top of mind for state and local agencies to reap the benefits and security of cloud migration.
State CIOs imagine what technologies they would invest in if they had an unlimited budget.
Some states are old pros with the cloud, while others are still making progress on cloud migration. These tips can help make that process successful.
State CIOs and CISOs have worked with federal and local partners to bolster cybersecurity for the midterm elections.
NASCIO has embraced the model of "state CIO as a broker," in which IT leaders serve as brokers of services, not owners and operators of assets.
Minnesota CIO Johanna Clyborne says cybersecurity should be a bipartisan issue, and that increasingly sophisticated attackers do not care about party affiliation; they just want users' data.
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