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.
View Gov. Burgum's proclamation recognizing the significant contributions project managers make in our state.
New ND GIS email list is arriving October 29!