David Zeiler’s latest column for the Baltimore Sun looks at problems — especially from “cyber terrorists” — federal agencies could incur by using Windows-based systems and how Macs could seemingly do the job better. “Regardless of Microsoft’s progress on improving security, the federal government would be wise to look to diversification among operating systems as a basic defense against cyber terrorists,” Zeiler concludes. “Given OS X’s resistance to attack and high level of interoperability with Windows networks, Macs would be ideal for such a role.”