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Maggie Amato is business information security officer at Salesforce.
Former HHS cyber leader, whistleblower speaks out for the first time about harassment

The story of Maggie Amato, now business information security officer at Salesforce, serves as a troubling reminder of what women in cybersecurity – any industry – can experience when people of power fail to address or acknowledge hostile behavior in the workforce.


Nicole Jiang, second from right, was the eighth employee at Abnormal Security (Abnormal Security)
Abnormal Security’s Nicole Jiang: Looking for team members with a CEO vision

Said Abnormal's director of product and design: “Everyone here should be the CEO of the product that they are responsible for,” Jiang said. “They should be the visionary for how we choose to innovate our solutions that will bring maximum value

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(ISC)2’s Dwan Jones on luring women to infosec
(ISC)2’s Dwan Jones on luring women to infosec

CRA’s Jill Aitoro spoke to Dwan Jones, director of diversity, equity and inclusion at (ISC)2, sponsor of the 2022 Women on IT Security program, about the two-way advantage that can come with diversity efforts by security teams.


Celebrating significant and consequential contributions to the field and community​, the SC Media Women in IT Security program honors leaders who have faced down the security challenges, shaped the industry, and made a positive impact on the advancement of cybersecurity in government or the private sector.

Honorees were unveiled digitally on September 12, 2022. We’d like to congratulate all women recognized.

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