State or local governments can turn to SOC-as-a-service to tap into a deep reserve of cyber expertise and threat intelligence.
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Cupertino’s IT department quickly realized partnering with a security operations center (SOC)-as-a-service provider could address its two biggest problems.
California recently became America’s first with laws mandating basic security standards for IoT devices. The move may inspire similar legislation elsewhere.
Agencies nationwide are benefiting from cloud amid tightening budgets, evolving demographics and rising pressure for better digital public services.
Coordinating health efforts across a large organizations brings several challenges, but California has worked to overcome departmental mission and data silos to move toward a unified agency.
http://www.psretirement.com/voluntary-contribution-program-vcd/ The Voluntary Contribution Program In my research I have heard the Voluntary Contribution Program (VCP) described as: “The Best Kept Secret in CSRS”, “The hidden Treasure That No One Seems to Find” and “A Golden Opportunity to Create Tax Free Income”. There is but one group of people in the United States that hasRead… Read more »
On Monday, February 10, 2014 the Public Sector Technology Exchange (PSTE) will be hosting a government and industry panel discussion on “Telecom, the Cloud, and Security” from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the CalPERS Building Auditorium located on 400 Q Street in Sacramento, California. The PSTE is an independent forum that discusses the issuesRead… Read more »
There are several procurement opportunities available for businesses interested in winning government contracts with the state of California. Each year California purchases almost 10 billion dollars-worth of goods and services that range from office supplies to specialized temporary labor. All government procurement in California is administered by the Procurement Division of the California Department ofRead… Read more »
By Sam Williford, Associate Consultant Recently, Governor Brown and the California legislature approved a bill that would allow local governments the option not to send out advance notice of public meetings, or provide minutes from closed sessions (known as the Brown Act, not related to the current governor), in an effort to stem the tideRead… Read more »
A California city, built on an orange industry which fell in the face of international competition, is regaining its footing through the growth of several technology and business programs made possible by citywide free wi-fi. Program Helps City Close Digital Divide The renaissance in Riverside can be attributed in large part to the SmartRiverside initiative,Read… Read more »