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Michael Stevens
Government Market Segment Manager, IBM

Michael D. Stevens is the Government Market Segment Manager for IBM’s Information Management division. He has over 25 years of experience in marketing, consulting and software development, much of it with a focus on government. He has worked broadly with IBM’s software business, in a variety of marketing, product management and solution development roles. Previously, Michael worked for software companies Informix and Autodesk, along with several consulting firms and the U.S. Federal Government.

Enhancing Cyber Security with Analytics

April 22, 2013 | by Michael Stevens, Government Market Segment Manager, IBM
Cyberspace is today’s new battleground and cyber security continues to be a top imperative for both enterprises and governments. Recently, the U.S. Pentagon announced plans to boost their cyber security team amid a string of attacks, including one that wiped out more than 30,000 computers at a...

Facing the Challenges of Cyber Security

March 6, 2013 | by Michael Stevens, Government Market Segment Manager, IBM
Cyberspace is today’s new battleground, and cyber security continues to be a top imperative for both enterprises and governments. This is where big data comes in. IBM® Security QRadar® uses big data capabilities to help keep pace with advanced threats and prevent attacks before they happen. It...

Agile Government Summit

February 6, 2013 | by Michael Stevens, Government Market Segment Manager, IBM
Conference on how government can leverage innovative technology

Can Big Data Help Keep Us Safe?

January 30, 2013 | by Michael Stevens, Government Market Segment Manager, IBM
Government organizations use advanced analytics to predict threats

Big Data in Government: An Overview

November 26, 2012 | by Michael Stevens, Government Market Segment Manager, IBM
This is the first in a series of blogs that will explore the role of big data in government. Government’s huge variety of responsibilities including defense, national security, social programs, taxation, environmental stewardship and much more, both require and generate massive amounts of data. The...