Jan 17

CalOES Seeks Contractors for MyShake Outreach, Feasibility Study Insider

Jan 17

Techwire Tech Notes: New Leaders, Talking Cloud, and Selfies Insider

Jan 17

San Francisco Debuts User-Centered Cannabis Application Portal

Using CityBase software, the consolidated city-county redesigned its whole application process around the user experience. It could be a template for future digital services.
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Jan 17

California’s Data Privacy Law Rippling Through Other States

The California Consumer Privacy Act is widely considered to be the first in a tide of similar state laws. That means companies will need to figure out how to comply with multiple laws and still do business effectively.
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Jan 17

Chief Deputy Director Sought for Key State Office Insider

Jan 16

In Budget, Newsom Proposes New Center for Data Insights at CHHS Insider

Jan 16

State Health Agency Recruiting for CIO/Deputy Director Insider

Jan 16

WWT Names Byrnes SLED Director for West

Jan 15

SoCal City OKs 5-Year, $8.3M Deal for Tyler SaaS ERP

Jan 15

L.A. County Sheriff Plans Deployment of New Booking Tools

Jan 15

L.A. County Tries to Right IT Gender Imbalance

A new Women in Technology Hiring Initiative in Los Angeles County is aimed at connecting at-risk and disconnected youth ages 14-24 with IT mentors and training to bolster its entry-level IT personnel.
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Jan 14

Key IT Positions in Recruitment by Governor's Office, Health Agency Insider

Jan 14

CDT Promoting Cybersecurity as Career Path for Girls

The effort, dubbed “Girls Go CyberStart,” is designed to encourage young women from ninth to 12th grades to pursue careers in the growing (and male-dominated) field of cybersecurity. It’s being led by state Chief Information Officer Amy Tong and by Brenda Bridges Cruz, deputy director of the Office of Professional Development within CDT.
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Jan 14

Which California Cities Spend the Most on IT?

Jan 14

Folsom Police Deploy App to Help with Vulnerable Individuals

The Vitals app will give police officers instant, critical information, including audio and video to show to the subject, on those vulnerable individuals who possess a Vitals beacon and come within 80 feet of an officer.
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Jan 13

Proposed CDT Budget Would Bolster Endpoints, Security Insider

Jan 13

Guidehouse Names Manager, IT Director for West Region Insider

Jan 13

CISO, Network Manager Roles Among State Job Openings Insider

Jan 10

Cybersecurity, DMV, Court IT Funding Among State Budget Highlights Insider

Jan 10

Oracle Promotes IT Veteran Olmeda to Regional Management Role Insider

Jan 10

Key IT Roles in Recruitment by State, County, Major City Insider

Jan 10

No Services Disrupted in L.A. County Phishing Attack

More than two dozen employees received an email in December containing malware, but Los Angeles County IT staff detected and contained it before the exposure of any residents' data.
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Jan 9

FI$Cal Responds to Critical Analyst's Report Insider

Jan 9

CalOES Leader Discusses Comm Network's Vulnerability

In testimony to state lawmakers, Mark Ghilarducci, director of the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, critiqued telecommunications networks after a lone downed cable snarled holiday air traffic.
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Jan 9

Cyberthreats Leave Ex-Utility Official Unfazed

The state's electrical grid may be a potential target for bad actors, but the former leader of a California utility said officials have spent years and a great deal of money hardening the system.
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