The Department of Homeland Security has declared October National Cyber Security Awareness Month to increase the understanding of cyber security practices and the role that each of us plays in keeping cyberspace safe and secure.
Some of the biggest threats to our cyber security do not rely on complex and high-tech viruses, but instead take advantage of our human nature. These threats can be disguised as emails or fake social network links that require us to give them our personal information and passwords.
This has been a transformational year on the way we do business, learning new things, diversifying our project portfolio and continuously innovating & adjusting to the ever changing world – such as network infrastructure building, enterprise mobility rollout, information / big data analysis, cloud computing, crisis responding, request for proposal review and social media interaction. Here are some of the positive highlights in 2013...
The Center for Digital Government (CDG) named the City of Roseville, California one of the top technologically progressive and innovative cities its size in the United States for 2013. This marks the third time in four years Roseville has finished as one of the top five highly ranked cities based on population in the CDG's annual Digital Cities Survey.
The IT Planning and Administration Team in conjunction with all City departments developed the the 2013-2015 Citywide Strategic Technology Plan. The City envisions and requires even greater use of innovative technology in the years ahead, and this forward-thinking Strategic Technology Plan will help guide many technology decisions in the future.
The City of Roseville, California has been recognized as the top digital city for its size in the United States by the Center of Digital Government and the National League of Cities.
The 11th-annual survey spotlights the municipalities that best show how information and communication technology are used to enhance public service. The City of Roseville placed first for cities with in a population ranging from 75,000 to124,999 citizens. The criteria used for evaluation include; IT Leadership, Strategies, Disciplines and Investments; IT Service Delivery, Responsiveness and Improvements; IT Innovation, Governance, Management and Funding; and Citizen Engagement, Open Government and Online Services.