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New Report: Fewer, but bigger Washington data breaches in the last year

According to a new report from the Washington State Attorney General’s Office, the number of data breaches reported in Washington from July 2017 to July...Read More

Greater Seattle Partners to seek IPZ designation, more eyes on Washington AI

In his presentation to the House Technology & Economic Development committee on Tuesday, Dr. Joseph Williams shared that there are currently “179 startup companies operated...Read More

Wyman lauds Washington’s election cybersecurity at national conference

Secretary of State Kim Wyman led a seminar Saturday on best practices in election cybersecurity, detailing Washington's multi-tiered security approach....Read More

Gov. Inslee fields questions on head tax and ST3 lawsuit during aerospace press conference

Inslee answers questions on how Seattle's head tax and the ST3 lawsuit might impact Boeing's continued business in Washington....Read More

A conversation with Rep. Slatter on the Future of Work Task Force

From automation and artificial intelligence to the rise of the gig economy, the way we work is transforming in Washington....Read More

Washington State VR company creates school shooter simulation

One of Washington's leading game companies is releasing a virtual reality game that allows players to be active school shooters....Read More

Three stories on artificial intelligence that highlight the gap between policy and the marketplace

These three stories highlight how far behind our public policy discussions are relative to new technology, a trend likely to continue....Read More

Norwegian delegates visit Seattle to discuss electric ferry conversions

A Norwegian delegation visited Seattle last week to tour Washington’s ferry system and discuss opportunities for collaboration in the clean maritime transportation and shipping sector....Read More

Washington will receive $7.9 million to upgrade elections systems and enhance cybersecurity

Washington will receive nearly $8 million to upgrade its elections systems and bolster cybersecurity thanks to the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill that was signed...Read More

Lawmakers work to strengthen Washington’s election security

On Monday, the House passed a series of legislation to help ensure the security of Washington elections. Representative Zack Hudgins, Chair of the House State...Read More