SACRAMENTO, CA – Today, the Assembly’s Banking and Finance Committee passed legislation by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles) and Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks) to protect children from identity theft, by a 12-0 vote.
In an effort to protect open space, the City of Moorpark wants more of the town’s areas to be included in the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy’s Rim of the Valley Trail Corridor expansion study.
Panelists will be asked to predict what’s in store for Conejo Valley businesses Fri., March 18 at the 2016 Economic Outlook Forecast Breakfast sponsored by Cal Lutheran and the Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks.
Assembly member Jacqui Irwin and local organizations will host the inaugural Women’s Leadership Forum to kick off Women’s History Month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sat., March 5 at Rancho Campana High School, 4235 Mar Vista Drive, Camarillo.
State Officials Heard Testimony from Agency Representatives to Establish Implementation and Accountability Standards for Recently Enacted State and Federal Cybersecurity Policies
SACRAMENTO – The Assembly Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection and the Assembly Select Committee on Cybersecurity held a Joint-Oversight Hearing today to review recent developments in cybersecurity and the State’s strategy to address the issue. In a year filled with high-profile security breaches in both the private and public sector, there was also significant legislation and Executive Orders at both the State and Federal level. The hearing considered the impact of these new policies on California state government and what steps can be taken to improve the State’s security posture.
“We want to identify issues with the State’s governance structure for cybersecurity, including risk assessment and management, incident response planning, and budgeting,” said Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks), Chair of the Select Committee on Cybersecurity.
Oxnard Police Chief Jeri Williams was nominated earlier this month for "Woman of the Year," a celebration sponsored by the California Legislative Women's Caucus.
(Sacramento, CA) – Following a series of private for-profit educational institutions closing down, the Assembly Higher Education and Veterans Affairs Committees held a hearing last July to examine ways that California could better protect veterans students, and in particular, students affected by their academic institution closing down.
Ventura County supervisors Tuesday called for a state review of autopsy standards after receiving a critical report on past practices in the county Medical Examiner's Office.