North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has signed legislation that requires cybersecurity education for all K-12 students – making it the first state in the union to do so.
North Dakota Information Technology (NDIT) launched the first-ever state-developed digital credential application on August 24, coined with the term “digital wallet.” According to the press release, it allows users to present their high school transcript digitally. Students can have all their degrees, certifications, badges, and skills located in one accessible and secure application. “These digital […]
North Dakota Cybersecurity Chief Michael Gregg said his state has turned to automation and machine learning in order to keep up with the growth of its security toolset, which has grown by about 200 percent in the last year.
The Consumer Technology Association released the 2017 Innovation Scorecard, ranking states in four categories: Innovative Champion, Innovative Leader, Innovative Adopter, and Modest Innovator.
Taser International, a maker of stun guns and body cameras, met with police officials last week at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in San Diego regarding a drone armed with a stun gun.