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12/15/2021
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The Cal State system CIO is retiring, but his music career is just taking off

Michael Berman, the chief information officer of the California State University system, announced on Tuesday that he will retire next spring. CSU appointed Berman as CIO in 2019 after he’d served two years as deputy CIO and chief innovation officer. He led IT operations for the system of 23 campuses serving more than 450,000 students and more than 50,000 faculty. After retirement, Berman plans to work as a higher education consultant and pursue a career as a singer and songwriter, he wrote in a Twitter post. Emily Bamforth has the details.


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A look back at the year in SLED technology

As the editorial teams at StateScoop and EdScoop look back on 2021, the biggest stories of the year are obvious: $65 billion in new broadband funding to close the nation’s digital divide, the continued grappling match between chief information officers and their legacy IT systems, and a still-tense operating environment, but one officials are increasingly less likely to describe as a “crisis.” There was no bright line separating 2020 and 2021, and many of the same trends should continue into 2022, but gradually, public-sector leaders have shown they’re becoming acclimated to new (and often remote) working environments, as well as the increased pace of work in a world after the coronavirus. Check out the entire Special Report.


A third-party vendor 'compromise' left GW Law students unable to access exam preparation materials

George Washington University’s law school is managing the fallout from a third-party vendor “compromise,” which left students unable to access materials and previous assignments during exams. Some take-home assignments could have been lost in the MyLaw platform outage on Friday, as well as some personal information like course schedules, the GW Hatchet, the independent student newspaper, reported Monday. Emily has it.


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Cloud threat report shows that supply chain threats taking on greater importance

Supply chain attacks in the cloud continue to grow; however, much remains misunderstood about both the nature of these attacks and how to defend against them. New research from Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 threat intelligence team indicates that IT leaders have a false sense of security around their supply chain and need to update key security practices. Read more in the report.


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