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November 26, 2012    /    by

Is BYOD Really Cheaper?

More and more companies and governments are implementing technology policies that allow their staff to bring your own device to work (or BYOD). But is BYOD really cheaper for governments?

November 19, 2012    /    by

My Best Advice After Petraeus Emails

Everyone is talking about the General David Petraeus scandal. But what I find most intriguing are the articles, blogs and opinions analyzing what all of this means for the rest of us who use technology with a special emphasis on redoubling efforts to protect email privacy. So here is my best advice.

November 12, 2012    /    by

Introducing the Michigan Cyber Range

I'd like to introduce our new Michigan Cyber Range which was formally launched on Friday, November 9, 2012.

November 4, 2012    /    by

Security News Roundup: S.C. Breach, Possible Executive Order and Perhaps a Cyber Treaty

We currently have several important security stories and not much public attention.

October 31, 2012    /    by

Tropical Storm Sandy Slams Networks

The impact of Tropical Storm Sandy is being felt far and wide.

October 23, 2012    /    by

NASCIO and Deloitte Publish New 2012 Cybersecurity Survey for State Governments

Day 2 at the NASCIO annual meeting, and one hot topic is the new Cybersecurity survey results that were released this morning called

October 22, 2012    /    by

NASCIO Conference Day 1

Here are some of my highlights from the first day at the NASCIO Conference in San Diego

October 19, 2012    /    by

NASCIO Annual Conference 2012

The National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) is holding their annual conference in San Diego this year from October 21-24, 2012.

October 18, 2012    /    by

Will Patch Tuesday Ever End?

Patch Tuesday is just around the corner, and I feel an urge to rant.

October 14, 2012    /    by

Iranian hackers blamed for massive new cyberattacks

Senior officials in the U.S. government believe that Iranian hackers are responsible for a new wave of significant cyberattacks. What does this mean?