When she stepped into the job of vice president of information security and privacy at Graham Holdings Company in 2003, Stacey Halota had to carve out new territory because her position had never existed at the corporate level before.
In 2010 Wendy Nather joined 451 Research as a senior analyst, and she now serves as research director for the information security practice covering many different areas, with a heavy focus on application security, security services and threat intelligence.
As chief policy officer of HackerOne, Katie Moussouris oversees the company’s philosophy and approach to vulnerability disclosure, advises customers and researchers, and as she puts it, “works toward the public good to legitimize and promote security research to help make the internet safer for everyone.”
It’s fair to say that Kristin Lovejoy understands IBM’s information security approach inside and out, largely because she helped shape both the corporation’s internal and customer-facing infosec strategy.
The use of social media spreads throughout the internet and cares little if the participants are Joe and Jane or the Massive Big Company. They’re all swimming in the same pond and they all are susceptible to breaches that involve social media use. And how do most people use social media? Mobile devices.