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The Security division of Maine OIT is here to proactively protect the information and assets entrusted to us by the people of Maine.
"Together, We Make IT Secure"
Intruders (also referred to as hackers, attackers, or crackers) target computers for a number of reasons, none of which are good. They steal information, corrupt data, damage assets and reputations in pursuit of their goals.
Unfortunately, hackers are generally cutting edge in their technology and are continually either discovering or creating new vulnerabilities and ways to attack. This makes a good security program and practices essential to the protection of information and equipment for anyone connecting to the internet.
Through this website, we will share some of our information and tools to help you proactively protect your information and assets whether you are a municipality, small or large business or individual.
- Supported Antivirus: AV Supported by Pulse Secure (397KB) (PDF, updated 10/10/19)
Versions of the Pulse Secure client currently being used 9.0r4(1731)
- PulseSecure 64bit client for Windows Users (19.81MB) (09/05/2019)
- PulseSecure 32bit client for Windows Users (19.27MB) (09/05/2019)
- PulseSecure client for MAC/OSX Users (18.35MB) (09/05/2019)
- PulseSecure client for MAC/OSX Users Zipped (18.23MB) (09/09/2019)
Newest versions of the Pulse Secure client currently being tested 9.0r5(1907)
- PulseSecure 64bit client for Windows Users (19.92MB) (09/18/2019)
- PulseSecure 32bit client for Windows Users (19.38MB) (09/18/2019)
- PulseSecure client for MAC/OSX Users (18.43MB) (09/18/2019)
- PulseSecure client for MAC/OSX Users Zipped (18.29MB) (09/18/2019)
Newest versions of the Pulse Secure client tested 9.1r3(1313)
- PulseSecure 64bit client for Windows Users (20.57MB) (11/13/2019)
- PulseSecure 32bit client for Windows Users (20.01MB) (11/13/2019)
- PulseSecure client for MAC/OSX Users (21.01MB) (11/13/2019)
- PulseSecure client for MAC/OSX Users Zipped (20.88MB) (11/13/2019)
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Links to websites containing information relating to current IT Security issues as highlighted by the Department of Homeland Security.
Can you name the threats to watch in 2018?
Nathan Willigar, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer 207-624-9882
David Riddle, Team Lead Infrastructure 207-624-9519
Chad Perkins, Team Lead Perimeter 207-624-8815
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Information Security Training for New Employees (video) This animation
presents basic sets of information security practice that a employee
must understand and follow.
Free online interactive information security training provided by the DoD
Multi-State Information Sharing & Analysis Center (MSISAC) Cyber Security Training Videos
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