Influential women are making their mark on how organizations secure their networks. Here are three worth knowing.
With the RSA Conference wrapping up just as International Women’s Day arrives, it’s worth taking a moment to recognize the vital contribution that women tech leaders are making right now to help organizations keep their data safe.
The three IT leaders below are among countless women striving to secure their networks from increasingly sophisticated hackers using the very latest attack methodologies.
Read on to learn about the focus of their efforts, and give a shout out to other women in IT you’d like to recognize @BizTechMagazine.
The chief security officer of Citizens Bank has much to protect: Hers is the 13th-largest retail bank in the United States, with 1,100 branches and more than $119 billion in depositors’ money. Ridgeway told us that staying ahead of hackers requires constant vigilance.
Holly Ridgeway Chief Security Officer, Citizens Bank
Liz Sturrock Vice President of IT, National Association of Realtors
Patricia DuBois Senior Director of IT, Orion Group Holdings