Information Technology

The City of Liberal Information Technology (IT) Department provides technical assistance to all internal and external departments within the City of Liberal organization. The IT department manages 150+ servers and workstations and currently has on staff 2 full-time employees.

Management Responsibilities Include:
  • Servers (Windows/Unix/IBM)
  • Workstations
  • Printer Support
  • Network equipment (Firewalls/Switches/Wireless Infrastructure)
  • Video Surveillance Systems
  • Web Site Administration
  1. Technology News
  2. Microsoft Security Notifications

Technology News

  1. Nick Saban is the reason you should watch the solar eclipse - CNET

    Commentary: Asked about whether his Alabama football team will be given time to watch the eclipse, the coach offers a fascinating reply.

  2. Politician disses Hawking's research analysis (it doesn't go well) - CNET

    Commentary: As the renowned physicist defends the UK's health services, a government minister says on Twitter that Hawking doesn't know good science when he sees it. Oh.

  3. Namecheap pulls the plug on neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer - CNET

    Webhost notes site's violent and anti-Semitic content in decision to become the latest to delete the hate site's domain registration.

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Security Week News

  1. Accused Yahoo Hacker to be Handed Over to U.S. Marshals

    A Canadian man accused of carrying out devastating cyberattacks on Yahoo waived his right to an...

  2. Decryption Key for Apple's SEP Firmware Posted Online

    What appears to be the decryption key for Apple's Secure Enclave Processor (SEP) firmware was posted online by a hacker going...

  3. U.S. Military to Create Separate Unified Cyber Warfare Command

    President Donald Trump ordered the US military on Friday to elevate its...

  4. Hackers Can Hijack Phones via Replacement Screens: Researchers

    Touchscreens and other components that are often replaced in smartphones and tablets can hide malicious chips capable of giving attackers...

  5. Patching Against the Next WannaCry Vulnerability (CVE-2017-8620)

    This month's Microsoft patch updates include one...

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