Gov. Kay Ivey has officially proclaimed October as Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the state of Alabama. OIT’s Cybersecurity division works diligently every day, through numerous resources, to protect and safeguard the state’s infrastructure, as well as Alabama citizens, from potential threats. OIT looks forward to sharing exciting announcements and advancements concerning cybersecurity in the weeks ahead!
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is excited to update the status of our statewide Voice over IP (VoIP) implementation project. The project consists of a network infrastructure upgrade, new VoIP phones, video, and collaboration software that will improve communication throughout Alabama state government. Phase I of the project is well underway, with OIT installing nearly 650 […]
Montgomery, Alabama –The state of Alabama Office of Information Technology (OIT) has joined forces with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to keep all Alabamians safe in times of emergencies. OIT has received FEMA approval to access the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS). This allows OIT to add this significant and important technology […]
Cybersecurity is on the tops of minds of many these days. Therefore, the Office of Information Technology invites you to the very first State of Alabama Cybersecurity Briefing on October 18. The event is set to be held each year as part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This event is open to all State Agencies, as […]
Sept. 10, 2018 (Hoover) – Acting Secretary of the Office of Information Technology, Jim Purcell, and Chief Information Security Officer Ryan Allen led a discussion Monday with a dozen students at Hoover High School concerning cyberbullying. The students, ranging from freshmen to seniors, held an open and honest dialogue concerning the personal experiences they have […]