Outsourcing by companies has been an area of growth for many years, and the trend does not seem to be slowing down. For example, Gartner is forecasting a 17 percent growth in public cloud use worldwide in 2019. Leading the way is infrastructure-as-a-service or (IaaS) with an expected 27 percent growth alone.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has named DeAngela Burns-Wallace as the state's new Chief Information Technology Officer for the Kansas Office of Information Technology Services (OITS).
The Florida Department of Education (FDOE), in coordination with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, announced an integrated data repository and data analytic resource to improve school threat assessment teams’ access to timely information from a variety of data sources to identify, assess and provide intervention services.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced a series of legislative reforms to address gun violence and outlined further action to increase mental health prevention, identification, and treatment.
Visa Inc. announced that Paul D. Fabara will join Visa as Chief Risk Officer, effective Sept. 3.
Security professionals are often challenged by the view that physical security is a cost, more than a benefit. How can big data change that perception?
A new report reveals how CISOs are shifting priorities and security strategies to manage increasingly advanced threats with limited resources.
Parents of students in the Santa Fe, N.M. school district will have the final say on whether their children see an instructional video on strategies for surviving an active shooter situation.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) is calling for a total ban on the use of facial recognition software for policing, according to a "Justice and Safety for All" pledge he released.
A study from Southern Methodist University's Darwin Deason Institute for Cybersecurity found that hackers can figure out a person’s password by listening to them type on a keyboard