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. Pokemon Go November 2021 events: Raids, Día de Muertos event and more - CNET

    A lot is happening in Pokemon Go in November 2021. Here are the biggest events.

  2. iPhone SE 3: All the upgrades we want to see in Apple's next affordable iPhone - CNET

    5G support, longer battery life and a newer processor are some of the features on our iPhone SE 3 wishlist.

  3. Grab two pairs of NFL or MLB gloves for just $15 shipped - CNET

    These logo-emblazoned utility gloves make an excellent (and useful) stocking stuffer.

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Security Week News

  1. TransUnion Acquires Identity Security Company Sontiq for $638 Million

    Chicago-based credit reporting agency TransUnion this week announced that it’s acquiring identity security solutions provider Sontiq for $638...

  2. Washington Secretary of State Appointed CISA’s Senior Election Security Lead

    The United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Tuesday announced the appointment of Washington Secretary of State...

  3. North Korean Hackers Targeting IT Supply Chain: Kaspersky

    The North Korea-linked state-sponsored hacking group Lazarus has started to...

  4. Fuji Electric Patches Vulnerabilities in Factory Monitoring Software

    Japanese electrical equipment company Fuji Electric has patched half a dozen types of vulnerabilities in its Tellus factory monitoring and operating product...

  5. SolarWinds Outlines 'Triple Build' Software Development Model to Secure Supply Chain

    When FireEye (now Mandiant) disclosed the SolarWinds breach in December 2020, the security world was forced to accept the reality that given the...

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