Mike Maxwell

Cybersecurity

The FBI’s CJIS Program and Two-Factor Authentication: A Match Made in Logic

by Mike Maxwell • 9 years ago

Every now and then, state and federal government agencies will collaborate on a project so sensible and logical, that it's hard to find much—if any—opposition.

Cybersecurity

The Art of Losing (Your Best Cyber Professionals)

by Mike Maxwell • 9 years ago

It’s not just up-to-the minute systems that states need in order to protect their critical infrastructure—it’s up-to-the minute professionals.

Commentary

How to spend your time on operations, not lawsuits

by Mike Maxwell • 9 years ago

State government organizations have a legal problem—and it’s not just the quantity of lawsuits.

Commentary

Are you coddling your mission-critical apps?

by Mike Maxwell • 9 years ago

Whenever I ask state and local government IT managers if they're using virtualization, the answer is “yes” nearly 100 percent of the time.

Commentary

Beautiful, Terrible IT Consolidation

by Mike Maxwell • 9 years ago

Depending on which state CIO you ask (or even which time of day you ask him/her), consolidation is either the best or the worst thing that's ever happened to government IT.

Cybersecurity

The Big Reveal: State Government’s 2013 Cyber Threat Levels Explained

by Mike Maxwell • 9 years ago

Each year, Symantec releases its Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR), which recounts—in exhaustive detail—a summation of the previous year’s cybersecurity actions, trends, threats, and opportunities.

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