Maximus announced that Tim Meyers has been named as the company’s new Vice President of Federal Cybersecurity.
In his new role, Meyers will be tasked with developing and managing the cybersecurity solutions across all of its federal clients.
“Tim Meyers has proven to be a valuable asset for the Maximus team, and we are thrilled that Tim’s new role will further our presence in cybersecurity for federal agencies,” said Teresa A. Weipert, General Manager, Federal Services, Maximus. “The tremendous growth within our federal segment has been driven by our ability to further expand our technology capabilities and solidify our position as an established leader in federal IT. Cybersecurity is woven into all of our programs, and we turn to Tim to lead our development of cybersecurity solutions as we continue to meet the most pressing challenges for federal agencies.”
Prior to his new role at Maximus, Meyers served for four years as a director of cybersecurity with the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) EDGAR project. In this role, Meyers led the agency through a shift in cybersecurity by adopting new methods for protecting and securing data. Previous to that, Meyers held leadership roles in cybersecurity with IBM and Accenture Federal.
“Cybersecurity has become a top priority for all federal agencies as it’s more critical than ever to ensure sensitive information and government networks are protected,” said Meyers. “At Maximus, we have a long, illustrious history of working with agencies to secure government’s most sensitive data, and we weave cybersecurity into everything we do. With the development of new, dedicated cybersecurity solutions, Maximus is making a statement about the importance of cybersecurity and our resolve to provide the absolute best cyber capabilities for our clients.”