DENVER — Today, Governor Jared Polis kicked off Colorado’s celebration of the 19th annual national Cybersecurity Awareness Month by issuing a proclamation and video message encouraging all Coloradans to practice good cyber habits in order to be safe and secure online, whether on a desktop computer or mobile device.
Colorado Broadband Deployment Board Awards Historic $22.8M in Grants to Connect 4,267 Homes to High-Speed Internet
DENVER - Colorado’s Broadband Deployment Board (BDB), which operates under the Colorado Broadband Office (CBO), has awarded more than $22.8 million to 15 broadband projects that will connect 4,267 additional households to high-speed internet. This is the most funding awarded during a BDB grant cycle in the board’s eight-year history, and it moves the state closer to achieving its goal of connecting 99% of Colorado households to fast, reliable broadband by 2027.
Cañon City, CO - In collaboration with county, state and federal partners, the Governor’s Office of Information (OIT) has determined through its investigation that the recent cybersecurity event impacting Fremont County systems was the result of BlackCat ransomware, also known as ALPHV. Fremont County incident response efforts remain in full effect and significant progress has been made.
DENVER – Tuesday, myColorado™ - State of Colorado’s Official Mobile App™ - launched the new Affinity Icon for its Colorado Digital ID.
Polis-Primavera Administration Continues to Save People Money: Lt. Governor Dianne Primavera Joins FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks and Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser to Discuss Opportunities for Coloradans to Save Money on Internet
DENVER - Today, Lt. Governor Dianne Primavera joined Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Geoffrey Starks and Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser at an event hosted and led by the Denver Housing Authority to increase awareness of the $14.2 billion Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and help more than 600,000 eligible Colorado households save money on their monthly internet bills.
DENVER - Today, Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) Deputy Executive Director Julia Richman was recognized as one of the Denver Business Journal’s 2022 O
DENVER - State Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Ray Yepes has been named to Corinium’s 2022 Global Top 100 Leaders in InfoSec report. This second-edition report shines a light on the work innovative security and privacy professionals have achieved over the past 12 months to safeguard their organizations’ people, networks and data.