State education leaders remain highly concerned about cybersecurity risks, according to a new survey from the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA).
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is adding new cybersecurity micro-challenges to its Cyber Careers Pathway Tool, which will give people interested in a career in cybersecurity the ability to interactively explore career pathways.
The state of Ohio is partnering with The Ohio State University, Columbus State Community College, and the Workforce Development Board of Central Ohio to offer free, broadband-related job training.
The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) has launched a new portal that local government entities can use to report cybersecurity incidents.
The nonprofit Center for Internet Security (CIS) has entered into a “strategic collaboration” with Microsoft to help bolster cybersecurity measures for state, local, tribal, and territorial (SLTT) organizations.
The President’s National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) made a broad call last week for the creation of a National Water Strategy to ensure the nation can deliver sustainable critical infrastructure systems that are responsive to cyber threats.
The Missouri Department of Social Services (DSS) is pushing state residents to monitor and protect their identities as the department continues to respond to a May 2023 third-party cyberattack.
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs sent a letter to Arizona Department of Education Superintendent Tom Horne requesting detailed plans for protecting the personal data of Arizona students and families following a data breach that impacted students.
Faced with increasing cyberattacks on K-12 schools, the Biden-Harris administration today unveiled several government actions to help bolster their cyber defenses, along with numerous commitments from private-sector organizations that aim for the same result.