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TechShare.Court software has been in development for years and has yet to be launched; the county has spent more than $26.6 million on the effort and will spend more.
The sale of thousands of computers contained criminal justice data from the sheriff’s office and potentially information from other departments.
This type of drone control will enable police officers to follow movements without necessarily being on site, in turn covering larger distances during an incident or crime.
A feasibility study has been authorized; however, it doesn’t guarantee a new building, said one commissioner.
Officials confirmed digital evidence was lost; here’s a look at the process Dallas police use to manage and store video.
At least 13 homicide cases are impacted by the digital evidence lost from city of Dallas police data.
During a press conference about Laredo area needs, the representative said that more technology is needed for commercial bridge crossings and to cut congestion.
Using dark-web information, the group stole identifying information and used it to order thousands of driver’s licenses from DPS. The transactions went through due to a lack of credit card control at the online portal.
The school district is rolling out a program officials say will add another layer of security by using technology to allow parents and teachers to track students on school buses.
At a recent Public Safety and Homeland Security meeting, officials questioned the efficacy and cost of the ShotSpotter deployment.
Sul Ross State University will use $2.7 million to upgrade learning spaces, update equipment and supply laptops.
The Ector County Library used $548,100 to purchase the items to be made available to library users.
The city boasts several military sites with cyber capabilities, a large number of cyber workers and robust higher ed programming.
No ransom was paid in the weekend incident, which was limited in scope.
The governor has enlisted the state's public safety and technology agencies to assist others in efforts to keep TikTok off of state-issued devices.
The second-largest appraisal district is back online after a November attack, but lacks some services and data while tax season gets closer.
Bitcoin miners are not seeing the return they did two years ago.
The security software company will bring about 100 jobs to the Frisco area.
As the list of school districts that have fallen victim to ransomware attacks grows, North Texas cybersecurity experts say protecting school networks against online threats is an ever-evolving challenge.
An interlocal agreement with another agency was also recommended.
“Based upon the representations made by RDA Technologies regarding the information alleged to be contained on the devices purchased by the company, no Social Security numbers or other sensitive personal information was included,” the district stated.
The district’s technology director has reportedly been suspended for reporting the security breach to the district’s police chief.
One county is supplying residents with devices purchased via federal funds.
Several universities are removing TikTok from employees' government devices after Abbott ban.
The consolidated school district and county officials have FBI assistance in the matter.
Devices will be loaded with communication features.
The company wants to build a Texas plant, but also wants tax breaks.
Amid growing unease across state governments, state says no to the app on government-issued devices.
An Austin-based data center company continues to expand its footprint in the state.
Broadband access and budget revenue are among the report’s state performance indicators.