Shila Thorson, a registered nurse and Ph.D. student, has been named as the new Health Information Technology Director for North Dakota.
Gov. Doug Burgum on Thursday signed Senate Bill 2110, a milestone that makes North Dakota the first state to authorize a central, shared service approach to cybersecurity strategy across all aspects of state government including state, local, legislative, judicial, K-12 education and higher education.
For the second year in a row, a combined cybersecurity team of Bismarck State College and University of Mary students placed 3rd in the North Central Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
In 1995, ARMA International created this month to bring about increased recognition and awareness to the profession. RIM Month also serves as a celebration of the great work information professionals bring to their organizations and the practices and principles that help manage and protect an organization’s most valued asset.
By Kelly Nagel, North Dakota Department of Health
In recent years, patients with mental illness presenting to emergency rooms in Stark County has increased. These individuals are commonly referred for treatment to the State Hospital or a private treatment facility as well as to committal court hearings, which results in round trip transportation sometimes hundreds of miles away.
North Dakota has received accolades as a great place to live, work and do business – our workforce is highly engaged, industries from agriculture and energy to the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) sector are thriving, and we have a phenomenal ecosystem of public and private sector partners committed to growing our state’s economy and supporting our students and workforce.
ITD team members Lucas Pippenger and Tony Aukland joined members of the North Dakota Army and Air National Guard in a Cybershield Gateway Exercise Event at Camp Rapid, Rapid City, South Dakota Feb. 21 - 24. The ND team members joined National Guard members from South Dakota and Colorado to prepare for Cybershield 2019 being held in April.
Gov. Doug Burgum today announced the state’s participation in an innovative, online cybersecurity competition and encouraged high school-aged women to explore their aptitude for cybersecurity and computer science by participating.
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.