In the first known example of ransomware hitting a U.S. election system, Georgia’s Hall County suffered damage to its voter signature database, slowing down verification of absentee ballots.
A Russian state-sponsored advanced persistent threat actor targeting state, local, territorial and tribal government networks exfiltrated data from at least two victims.
Researchers have developed a framework to identify the public health effects of self-driving vehicles.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds is coming under fire for using millions in federal coronavirus relief funds to pay for two IT projects that some consider unrelated to the pandemic.
A lack of awareness, skills and resources were behind states’ problematic PDF applications, a recent report revealed.
While a new bipartisan bill clarifies that governors can call on the National Guard to protect critical election infrastructure, some states have already activated guard units.
The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development has called on Google Cloud to help it expedite unemployment insurance claims processing.
Rural health collaboratives are relying more on self-reported data, which has its own limitations, but is certainly better than no data at all.
The low-cost solution could help cities keep e-scooter riders off city sidewalks where they endanger pedestrians.
The Department of Energy and the state of West Virginia have both signed on with Google Cloud to take advantage of its Google Cloud Platform and Google Workspace productivity and collaboration solution.