ATLANTA Feb. 22, 2011 William Maxberry
University of Kentucky
"I look forward to the opportunity to assist LIGATT Security in achieving its company goals for the year 2011 and beyond," comments Maxberry.
From 1987-1995, Maxberry worked in White Collar Crimes, in addition to working on the Bank Fraud Squad, Government Contract Fraud Squad, and the FBI’s First Computer Fraud Squad. In more recent years, he worked on the Technical Squad, in the Counter Intelligence Department, and in the Engineering Research Facility (Laboratory Division). Gaining hands-on experience developing secure network designs, systems analysis/development and full lifecycle project management, led Maxberry to develop effective policies and procedures, as well as project documentation and milestones.
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