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The state of Texas gets a chief privacy officer after a massive data breach. Learn more in today's cybersecurity update
The heads of IT and information security were fired along with two other employees.
The cost of a Texas state comptroller office computer breach that exposed the personal information of 3.5 million individuals has cost taxpayers $1.8 million, with that figure likely to rise.
It was a terrifying scene in Fort Worth, Texas early Thursday.
Mother Nature is dealing climate forecasters a wild card: dust. Tons and tons of it. The amount of dust in the atmosphere doubled worldwide during the 20th Century, with one notable exception.
Learn all about Manor, Texas, a suburb of Austin that is using Gov 2.0 technologies in new and innovative ways to improve the quality of life.