IT teams need to augment their traditional responsibilities with digital service delivery capabilities to better support their departments and agencies.
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The two events of 2020 that had the biggest impact on Maricopa County’s information security program were the COVID-19 pandemic and 2020 election cycle.
In order to meet the next set of deadlines, agencies must complete Action 4, which requires agencies to assess the coverage, quality, methods and effectiveness of current staff data literacy and data skills.
By integrating OT and IT systems, agencies can create a flow of data from the enterprise out to the edge and see greater insights into their operations.
Like offensive lines create space for running backs to sprint into record books and quarterbacks to etch their name onto MVP trophies, government technology departments often lead agencies to their goals.
Agencies should fully understand how to embed information security into IT best practices and amongst all users to protect agency data.
State or local governments can turn to SOC-as-a-service to tap into a deep reserve of cyber expertise and threat intelligence.
In this post, we talk about what most people ignore — the risks of AI. Prior to deploying the technology across your organization, it’s critical to identify and understand these risks and have a plan in place to mitigate them.
There’s no doubt that the future will be augmented by AI, and organizations and society will benefit. Implementation is happening slowly — as it should. While AI offers promise, it’s not an endeavor to undertake without preparation.
In most IT contracts the first phase requires the contractor to develop a set of requirements. If the requirements weren’t known when the Request for Proposal (RFP) was written, how can we expect a valid bid in the contractor’s proposal?