Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has designated October 2015 as "National Cyber Security Awareness Month" in Baltimore.
Published: October 05, 2015
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION
In our increasingly connected digital world, we have the power to innovate in unprecedented ways. With the advent of new and improved technologies, we must also keep pace with safeguarding our critical infrastructure networks that, although empowering, create previously unforeseen vulnerabilities. During National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we recognize the importance of remaining vigilant against any and all cyber threats, while recommitting to ensuring our people can use new digital tools and resources fearlessly, skil...
Published: January 23, 2015
[Baltimore, MD] —Today the Mayor’s Office of Information Technology (MOIT)announced that it is now a Champion of Data Privacy Day (DPD). As a DPD Champion, MOIT recognizes and supports the principle that organizations, businesses and government all share the responsibility of being conscientious stewards of personal information by respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust.
Published: September 08, 2014
BALTIMORE, Md. (September 8, 2014)— Today, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was joined by Laurie Schwartz, president of the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Inc., and officials from the Mayor's Office of Information Technology (MOIT) to announce that visitors to the Inner Harbor will have access to free wireless internet service.
Published: November 15, 2013
BALTIMORE, MD (November 15, 2013) – Today, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake highlighted Baltimore’s ranking as the ninth most tech-savvy city government in the country, according to the Center for Digital Government’s 2013 Digital Cities Survey. For the second time, Baltimore was placed in the top ten for its innovative and effective use of information technology to deliver government services. Baltimore, along with the other top 10 digital cities, will be honored today during the National League of Cities’ (NLC) annual conference in Seattle.
Published: July 17, 2013
BALTIMORE, MD. (July 17, 2013) – The City of Baltimore’s Chief Technology Officer Chris Tonjes and the non-partisan, non-profit OpenGov Foundation announced today the launch of BaltimoreCode.org, a free software platform that empowers all Baltimore residents to discover, access, and use local laws when they want, and how they want.
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