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Team North Dakota’s cybersecurity experts stepped out of their comfort zones – and normal cybersecurity protection roles – the last week in January during a two-day hacking demonstration at the Capitol. 

Gov. Doug Burgum, Chief Information Officer Shawn Riley and State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler today participated in the biennial K-12 Education Technology Showcase in the Capitol’s Memorial Hall. 

Gov. Doug Burgum, CIO Shawn Riley, and State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler will hold a media availability during the 2019 Education Technology Showcase at the Capitol Feb. 13, 2019. 

North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley will hold a media availability during a two-day hacking demonstration at the Capitol. State Information Technology executives and security experts, along with partners from Palo Alto Networks, will provide real-world demonstrations of methods used by hackers to attack devices and steal information.

North Dakota’s EduTech, the K-12 educational technology arm of the state’s Information Technology Department, has established formal partnerships with the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and Code.org®.

Tony Aukland’s title may be “Information Systems Security Analyst,” but it could also be “Chief Advocate” for the state’s cybersecurity mission.

A simultaneous, statewide Hour of Code involving nearly 100 schools will be held in North Dakota on Friday, December 7, in conjunction with Computer Science Education Week

BISMARCK, N.D. (Nov. 30, 2018) – North Dakota Chief Reinvention Officer Julie Cabinaw will be participating in a webinar on government innovation sponsored by GovLoop on Wednesday, Dec. 5.

Nov. 1 is Project Management DayPosted: Nov 5, 2018News

View Gov. Burgum's proclamation recognizing the significant contributions project managers make in our state.

New ND GIS Email ListPosted: Oct 25, 2018News

New ND GIS email list is arriving October 29!