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GTA Update features the latest on the state's use of technology
Deadline: March 25, 2022
The latest on GTA in the media
Through an agreement with GTA, the Georgia Department of Education is bolstering cybersecurity resources for Georgia schools, providing tools to pinpoint vulnerabilities and generate a cybersecurity scorecard each district can use to focus improvement efforts.
The Georgia Technology Authority recently used a simulated cyber attack to build the state's cybersecurity preparedness for real-life events threatening critical systems and infrastructure.
A Georgia project aimed at preventing unauthorized access to unemployment insurance has earned a first-place award from the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO).
Shawnzia Thomas, Chief Information Officer for the state of Georgia and Executive Director of the Georgia Technology Authority, was named to the Atlanta Business League's list of Top 100 Women of Influence for 2021.
Two Georgia initiatives were named finalists in the 2021 State IT Recognition Awards.