Analyze, coordinate, and implement information technology for Washington County
The Information Technology Department provides the technology leadership, system implementation, and ongoing support for a broad range of technologies used by county departments to provide quality services to our citizens, visitors, and businesses. We provide to other Washington County departments services for analyzing, planning, coordinating, developing, and implementing computer software and hardware, as well as, providing continued training and technical assistance.
Types of Support Provided
- Application Development, Implementation, Training, and Support Services
- Infrastructure Development and Support Services
- Enterprise Services
- Administration and Security
- Hardware Procurement, Implementation, and Support Services
- User Community Help Desk
Stop. Think. Connect.™ is the global cyber-security awareness campaign to help all digital citizens stay safer and more secure online. The message was created by an unprecedented coalition of private companies, non-profits, and government organizations with leadership provided by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG). NCSA, in partnership with the APWG, continue to lead the campaign. The Department of Homeland Security leads the federal engagement in the campaign.
Researchers say the Neptune, or Terror exploit kit has been spreading Monero cryptocurrency miners via malvertisements.
More than 500 Android mobile apps have been removed from Google Play after it was discovered that an embedded advertising SDK called Igenix could be leveraged to quietly install spyware on devices.
VoIP vendor Fuze earlier this year patched three vulnerabilities that exposed user account information and enabled unauthorized authentication.
Researchers at IOActive are sounding an early alarm on the security of industrial collaboration robots, or cobots. These machines work side-by-side with people and contain vulnerabilities that could put physical safety at risk.
Never share your passwords with others, including your supervisor or coworkers. Your password is a secret; it only works if only you know it. If anyone else knows your password, you may be responsible for their actions.
You can help improve broadband speed in New York State by taking the broadband speed test. Learn more about Broadband programs in New York State as well as the new Broadband For All Program.