Cybersecurity attacks have been a part of the national security conversation since the beginning of the technological age. However, with a significant changes in 2020, we have seen more intrusions in the first half of 2020 than throughout all of 2019 (as reported by NETSCOUT). A new wave of highly sophisticated attacks has evolved with fear tactics and the change of work environments from offices to work from home.
State and local government CIOs are always looking for ways to be agile and innovative in the delivery of citizen services. Yet, developing digital initiatives and omni-channel experiences in response to constituent demand is a real challenge. Perpetual barriers to digital transformation like siloed systems and data, funding, and ongoing support for legacy systems all must be addressed. Low-code development can help, and many agencies are taking note.