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Women in Security: Women to Watch

Lillian Ablon, information scientist, RAND Lillian Ablon does not sit still for very long. While holding down her full-time job as an information scientist at the non-profit RAND Corporation, she finds time to pen numerous articles on cybersecurity, testify before Congress and speak at Black Hat not to mention being a Def Con “Uber” Black…
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Women in Security: Women of Influence

These five women have exerted influence on a variety of cybersecurity issues — from policy, awareness training and legislation to R&D and regulatory compliance. Dinah Davis vice president, research and development, Arctic Wolf Networks When she started university studies as a math major 20 years ago at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada, Dinah…
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Women in Security – Veterans

These women started in different places and have been navigating the changing security landscape long enough to be considered veterans, navigating pitfalls and seizing opportunities as they’ve come along. Celeste Fralick chief data scientist and senior principal engineer, McAfee Even for the 1980s, Celeste Fralick’s first job in data science was a bit old-fashioned. At…
Executive Insight, Opinion, Women in Security

Including gender balance in security: The Journey of a CSO team

Over 40 percent of personnel on the Akamai InfoSec team are women. That’s in an industry where, depending on who you ask and how you measure, somewhere between 10percent and 15percent of entry-level positions are filled by women. And while I’d like to say that my team has always been this balanced in representation, it…
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Women in Security – Advocates

Women in the cybersecurity industry couldn’t thrive without advocates like the five women honored here. Nada Marie Anid vice president for strategic communications and external affairs, New York Institute of Technology The first female dean of the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, Nada Marie Anid has been a…
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Women in Security: Honorable Mention

Camille Jackson, information security analyst, Tenable Camille Jackson is a security analyst at Tenable who has 18 years of IT industry experience under her belt and has long been an advocate of early childhood exposure to STEM opportunities. Jackson worked her way up from tech support to working on a full-scale cybersecurity team and is…
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Women in Security: PowerPlayers

No doubt about it, these women, with their diverse backgrounds and different career trajectories, are powerhouses in the cybersecurity field. Dawn Beyersenior fellow, Lockheed Martin Dawn Beyer didn’t know it when she left her Florida home at age 17 some 30 years ago to go into the Air Force, but she was about to embark…
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