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<p>A leader in the North Carolina Department of Information Technology has been honored by NC TECH, a professional association dedicated to promoting technology and innovation in North Carolina.</p>
<p>Malicious emails sent to the state of North Carolina increased more than 60 percent during the days leading up to the landfall of Hurricane Florence, State Chief Risk Officer Maria Thompson said Thursday.<em></em></p>
<p>North Carolina&rsquo;s 911 Board has issued a set of guidelines and reminders designed to keep North Carolinians and the state&rsquo;s first responders safer during Hurricane Florence.</p>
<p>Drawing attention to information technology issues is often difficult, Tarte said. Most people are focused on education, health and transportation issues. He estimated the state spends about $2 billion a year on information technology.</p>
<p>Modern education, health and economic systems require digital technology, Gov. Cooper said Wednesday at the North Carolina Digital Government Summit. However, hundreds of thousands of people in rural North Carolina are being left behind because they lack access to reliable high-speed broadband service.</p>
<p>Western Carolina University has reached an agreement with Morris Broadband to expand high-speed internet service to rural, underserved areas of the Cullowhee Valley area near campus through the use of existing power poles owned by the university&rsquo;s electricity distribution service.</p>
<p>North Carolina has been selected as one of four states to be included in the National Governors Association (NGA) Policy Academy on Implementing State Cybersecurity.</p>
<p>Eric Boyette, secretary of the North Carolina Department of Information Technology and chair of the state&rsquo;s NC 911 Board, helped Richmond County open its new 911 center Wednesday.</p>
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