The state’s first Hacktober contest is officially over and was a resounding success, with more than 5,000 state employees taking part.
Emily McReynolds, with UW's Tech Policy Lab, talks about the “internet of things” at the 2016 National Cyber Security Awareness Month kickoff.
We live in an age where the smart toy your child plays with not only talks back, but can track usage, record everything it hears – and then store that information on the cloud.
The State Office of CyberSecurity, OCS, is here to ensure that you can go about your daily life without interruption.
That’s more complicated than it sounds.
We live in an increasingly connected world where the critical infrastructure we depend on – trains, planes, utilities and even the grocery store down the street – can be disrupted by a cyberattack.